In 1969, an Oklahoma insurance salesman named Harland Stonecipher was in a car accident. Even though he was not at fault, Harland had trouble paying the expensive legal fees from the accident. He did not want others to be caught in the same financial predicament. Three years later, Harland became the founder, chairman, and Chief Executive Officer of Pre-Paid Legal Services, Inc.
Harland pioneered the idea of a proprietary network of law firms that makes legal representation accessible and affordable. For 40 years, Harland led his company from a one-room operation to being listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 1999. Today, this vision of affordable quality legal services is known as LegalShield. Although Harland passed away in November of 2014, LegalShield is stronger than ever, with over 1.7 million members and 39 provider law firms.
I originally joined LegalShield because I wanted to get my will completed. However, I have kept my membership because of the value it provides. I feel good knowing that if I have a legal question or if I need help with a legal document, I can contact LegalShield. I would highly recommend this company, and in fact, I have referred some of my friends and family members.
Testimonials are from LegalShield members who may also be LegalShield independent associates. An associate is an independent contractor. The outcome and experience of any individual member will vary dependent on the facts and applicable law.
At LegalShield, we’ve been offering legal plans to our members for more than 48 years, creating a world where everyone can access legal protection—and everyone can afford it. Unexpected legal questions arise every day and with LegalShield on your side, you’ll have access to a quality law firm 24/7, for covered personal situations.
From real estate to speeding tickets to Will preparation, and beyond, we’re here to help you with any personal legal matter—no matter how traumatic or how trivial it may seem. Because our dedicated law firms are prepaid, their sole focus is on serving you, rather than billing you.