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Legal Photocopying

What is legal photocopying?

Photocopying is a process used to scan documents into a computer for digital use and organization. Legal photocopying can be used to preserve any document that you have legal rights to scan or that you yourself are the creator of. This method is valuable and allows easy access to information digitally. However, make sure your legal service allows it as some may prefer hardcopy documents. Photocopying and archiving can involve digital uploads to either an online platform or server, or onto a drive or storage disc until future need.

Who uses photocopying?

Law firms often use legal photocopying to organize their case documents in an orderly and systematic way. Many firms obtain cases every year having archived records is very important in order to keep any information organized and together for possible future use.

How does photocopying help lawyers?

Lawyers use legal photocopying to copy a large number of documents and add it into their system in order to organize and locate information easily. This process is a valuable resource for law firms to keep track of documents, replacing legal binders that could have numerous files lawyers would have to search through to grab information needed. Legal photocopying can ease the burden and time for research.

Why should you use photocopying services?

Photocopying services are great if you need to copy a large amount of paperwork to be organized for potential research or archived but kept in the system for possible later use. It’s also a great resource to ensure information is secured and not lost when moving or storing physical files.

What is illegal photocopying?

If you do not own or did not create a photograph or artwork that you want to copy, then you do not have legal rights to do so. You must have written permission from the owner of the work in order to legally copy it. is a trusted network of local, pre-screened process servers and legal support professionals. To find a professional process server that can help you with legal photocopying services, please do a search for a city or zip code.