Unbundling refers to the practice of breaking legal representation into separate and distinct tasks. Think of unbundling as an a la carte option for legal services, where, instead of handling an entire case from start to finish, a lawyer may handle only certain parts. For instance, a lawyer may provide legal advice and prepare pleadings, while a client handles all other tasks in the case, including filing court documents and appearing at hearings.

LINK: https://www.americanbar.org/content/dam/aba/administrative/delivery_legal_services/ls_del_unbundling_fact_sheet.authcheckdam.pdf

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