Braxton Legal Services, LLC provides legal research and brief writing, as well as comprehensive appellate brief services and general litigation support. We can draft any type of pleading or discovery you require. We also provide legal blog content for attorneys that do not have the time to blog. If you need any help in these areas, or if you need other types of litigation support in order to meet deadlines when time is limited, let us know.

Legal Research

Comprehensive and reliable legal research

Brief Writing

Persuasive and legally sound motions and briefs

Discovery Practice

Drafting requests and document review

Appellate Briefs

Brief writing and formatting at any level of appeal

Blog Content

Customized blog content on any legal topic


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Joshua Wrady
Josh Wrady, Esq.
Wrady & Michel, LLC
Toni Braxton worked with me on a complex class action involving allegations of discriminatory hiring practices. She did an excellent job organizing and analyzing a massive amount of discovery responses and researching and writing various motions and briefs which was crucial to achieving a meaningful result for our African American clients. I would never hesitate to work with her again or to recommend her to other lawyers or prospective clients.
Thomas F. Campbell, Esq.
Campbell Law

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