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QWhere do I find a legit at home job for a legal assistant with 20 years experience and typing skills of 93 wpm?

I am a paralegal in North Florida and would like to make a legitimate work at home . I have 20 years experience in various areas of law , including criminal defense , insurance defense , creditor bankruptcy , civil litigation , commercial land use , contract law and inheritance law . Does anyone know of a legitimate work at home for my company ? My writing skills are 93 wpm and I have lots of experience in various software. Also a Notary .

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#1ZaneleAnswered at 2013-02-01 00:05:38
My wife is a paralegal and do medical transcription on the side because it has great writing skills . She makes an extra 30 grand a year from home. He got into this because one of his friends did this while she was a housewife. He decided to return to work and gave their customers . Just some thoughts for you because it has worked out great for us !
#2jess coleAnswered at 2013-02-26 10:36:31
You need to have a network to find a job like that ...... they are there but you will never find one on this site ....... sorry ........ I have hundreds of friends and associates . None of the boys / girls have ever made any money on these online companies . Had we would be talking about him and I would be in this ..... SCAM
#3antonneAnswered at 2013-05-11 17:08:24
If you are an expert typist - word processor and have recently visited the local city college or university library can be applied as a
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