This service is tailored to your needs, so our network of lawyers is available in person, by phone, email and online, so you can easily communicate with a lawyer or plan your next move. MetLife Legal Plans makes it easy to get the legal help you can get by offering: Choose whether you want to make a will online, in your spare time, in just 15 minutes, or consult a lawyer. We help you prepare and file your estate planning documents. If you are currently a member and need legal assistance, you can: Our plan covers a wide range of different legal issues and there are no restrictions on how often you can use your plan. The plan also includes unlimited initial consultations with a lawyer, as long as it is not an excluded issue. MetLife Legal Plans offers a range of plan options, including customized legal plans for employers with more than 3,000 eligible employees. The legal plan offers a consulting advantage for most personal legal matters. In addition, many personal legal issues are fully covered. For a list of services fully covered by your organization`s legal plan, please register or call the Customer Service Centre at 800-821-6400.
The following matters are excluded from all plans: Felicia Surtel, Chief Financial Officer, oversees the accounting, financial planning and reporting of MetLife Legal Plans, as well as strategic business planning. Felicia joined MLP in 2016 as Head of Finance and Corporate Planning and Strategy. Previously, she held several leadership positions at MetLife, leading the spend planning, financial analysis and reporting, and ROI teams. Get to know, update or create estate planning documents Our goal has always been to provide affordable, high-quality legal aid and to make it easy for you to get that help. We offer access to lawyers for all of the above issues and more for a low monthly fee with no waiting, deductibles, co-payments or claim forms if you use a network lawyer for a covered matter. Our lawyers will guide you from start to finish, no matter how long it takes to resolve your issue. Plans juridiques du groupe de MetLife Legal Plans, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. In some states, group legal plans are provided by insurance coverage signed by the Metropolitan General Insurance Company and Affiliates, Warwick, RI.
Not all services are available in all states. No services, including counselling, are provided for: 1) employment-related matters, including benefits or benefits; (2) matters involving the employer, MetLife and affiliates and plan lawyers; 3) matters where there is a conflict of interest between the employee and the spouse or dependants, where services to spouse and dependants are excluded; (4) appeals and class actions; (5) agricultural and commercial matters, including rental matters, if the participant is the owner; (6) patent, trademark and copyright issues; (7) costs and fines; (8) frivolous or unethical matters; 9) Matters in which a lawyer has a relationship with the client before the member becomes entitled to benefits under the plan. For all other personal legal matters, an advisory service is provided. Additional representation is also provided for certain cases. For more information, see your plan description. MetLife is a registered trademark of MetLife® Services and Solutions, LLC, New York, NY. Yes, MetLife Legal Plans encourages members to use the plan to resolve as many legal issues as possible, even if they are pre-existing issues. The only pre-existing issues that are not covered are those for which you retained a lawyer before you were eligible for plan benefits. Roger Elder is General Counsel of MetLife Legal Plans. Prior to joining MetLife Legal Plans, Roger was Senior Counsel at MetLife, where he focused on insurance regulation, customer and supplier contracts, bankruptcy and data protection law. Roger received his bachelor`s degree in elementary and early childhood education from Temple University and his juris doctor from the University of Houston.
Contact your organization`s performance administrator for full plan details. Full coverage for over 60 legal issues, including: Legal problems arise when you need to get married, have a baby, buy a house, lose a loved one, or have legal documents drafted.