It’s not every day you need legal assistance. But when you do, you have an affordable way to get help when you need it. The attorneys at MetLife Legal Plans can help when you’re buying a home, planning for your family’s future, caring for aging parents, and other key moments in your life.
You don’t want to spend a fortune for legal advice when you need it. The legal services administered by MetLife Legal Plans (a MetLife company) offer a network of attorneys who can help you and your eligible family members with a number of matters, including:
Marital issues: Prenuptial agreements, name changes, updating or creating estate planning documents
Family matters: Wills and estate planning documents, school and administrative hearings, adoptions
Sending kids off to college: Security deposit assistance, reviewing leases, student loan debt assistance
Buying, selling or renting: Reviewing contracts and purchase agreements, preparing deeds, attending the closing of a home sale
Caring for aging parents: Reviewing Medicare/Medicaid documents, nursing home agreements, and estate planning documents
Identity theft issues: Attorney consultation regarding potential creditor actions, assistance with contacting banks and creditors, attorney defense for identity theft issues
If you use a network attorney, you don’t pay any fees, deductibles or copays. For a complete list of network attorneys and covered services, visit MetLife Legal Plans or call 800-821-6400.
Things to Consider
When deciding whether to enroll in legal services, be sure to consider the following:
Cost per paycheck. If you expect to need legal services, the cost of legal services coverage could be less than if you paid an in-network attorney directly. You’ll be able to see the cost per paycheck when you enroll through Benefits In-Site during Annual Enrollment.
Network. The MetLife Legal Plans national attorney network has more than 13,000 attorneys across all U.S. states and territories.
Your personal situation. Think about your expected legal needs. For example, do you plan to purchase, sell or refinance a home? Or do you need help preparing a will or trust? If you answered yes to either question, having legal services coverage could give you peace of mind.