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Frequently Asked Questions About Hiring Writers

Hiring a full-time legal writer costs between $18 and $27. Additionally, you have to pay for the employee’s payroll taxes and benefits. Hiring a freelance legal writer often costs less in the long run because you pay per word. An experienced legal writer will typically charge about 10 to 15 cents per word, depending on the topic.

You can find a reliable legal writer by joining a content-provider platform. Most platforms vet their legal writers by reviewing their published articles and tracking their performance. When you join a writer’s community, you can browse profiles to read client reviews, author biographies, writing samples, and other information that will help you choose the right person for your job.

Most people look for legal writers who can make complex topics easy to understand. Legal writing often uses vocabulary that the average person never encounters. Content writers can turn complicated laws into clear writing that anyone can understand. Also, look for a writer with a proven history of meeting deadlines and following project guidelines.

You don’t have to hire a legal writer who works as a lawyer. In fact, many lawyers hire legal writers to create content for their social media profiles, websites, blogs, and newsletters. Lawyers don’t have time to serve their clients and blog posts. It makes more sense to hire someone with excellent research and writing skills.

Hiring a legal writer can benefit your business in several ways. If you manage a law firm, excellent content can bring more traffic to your website. As more people visit your site, your firm should get more clients. If you have a business that makes money from advertising, you can increase your ad revenues by hiring a legal writer with SEO experience. As your page rankings improve, you will make more money from the ads on your site.

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Search top legal writers to write high-quality content for the legal industry. As a Scripted member you will be able to reach out to them directly, negotiate price, and start short or long-term assignments with ease.

Jennifer Cameron
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Jennifer "J Lynn" Cameron is a full-time freelance writer and editor living life in the Midwest. Since 2010, she's been delivering quality content for clients in the marketing, sales, accounting, finance, and eCommerce spaces. A consummate professional and definite nerd, she's a research genius and voice-matching master. The editor in her loves hunting for mistakes and typos in content. She loves it even more after she's had her first cup of coffee.   When not writing full-time, she dreams of seeing the sky from Machu Picchu's summit.   
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Alexandra Carter Bower
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I am an experienced journalist who has transitioned from nearly a decade in TV news to creating content, including blog posts, press releases, and other communication materials for a wide range of clients. I have experience writing blogs, articles, and press releases for several industries, including, but not limited to, health and wellness, beauty, law, and politics.
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Curtis Fease
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After writing as a hobby during high school, Curtis transitioned to journalism and professional copywriting. He earned a degree in psychology and another in criminal justice from Augusta University in 2010. He went on to gain an MPA degree and graduate certificate in disaster management. These degrees were research-intensive, and he participated in several out-of-state conferences where he presented original research. This experience helped to craft impeccable investigative and analytical skills. Since that point, he's written everything from legal articles to eBay purchasing guides.
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Why hire a bankruptcy writer?

Bankruptcy is a life-changing process that should be covered by an empathetic specialist. As such, writers should understand the series of emotions of uncertainties that often result from bankruptcy. Additionally, writers should be well-informed of bankruptcy laws and the financial consequences that follow. Some writers may share useful information from past cases of bankruptcy to help readers cope with their situation.

The ideal individual should preferably come from a background in finance or business law. Former bankrupts may also share their personal journey toward discharge. Specialist writers are equipped with the skills to cover all aspects of bankruptcy, from the initial legal actions of creditors, up to the road toward financial recovery.

Also, it is important for writers to explain post-bankruptcy processes, a topic that is seldom discussed due to its sensitive nature. This may include the transfer of property rights, credit scores, and effects on future employment. The writer should have the confidence to provide a complete picture of bankruptcy toward achieving the most favorable outcome.

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