The information and resources on this page are intended to help you understand some of the risks associated with providing limited legal services and how you can reduce your vulnerability if you work on an unbundled basis for a client. Confirm the extent of limited preservation in writing: Rule 3.2-1A.1 states that “when a lawyer provides legal services to a limited extent, he confirms the services in writing and provides the client with a copy of the written document if feasible.” The written vote of the interviews and the agreement with the client on the limited limits of scope; This will help the client understand the service`s constraints in delivering and documenting the extent of conservation if it is called into question at a later date. Rule 3.2-1A.2 specifies a few limited exceptions to the writing requirement for the limited validity range. This article describes a lawyer`s professional obligations in reviewing the provision of unbundled legal services to a limited extent and outlines to lawyers the practical ways to assist them in providing such services. If your client receives additional assistance after the end of the case, you should, if necessary, clean up a complete or limited new preservation. Be careful with communication when opposing counsel act on an unbundled basis: the comment in point 3.2-1A.1 states that “a lawyer who performs legal services to a limited extent should think about how communications should be handled by an opposing lawyer in a case.” It is recognized that, in an unbundled context, a lawyer handles opposing legal assistance in the context of limited and direct retention of a client in cases outside the storage area. Rule 3.2-1A.1 contains specific instructions on how to communicate with consultants and opposing clients in an unbundled context. Keep in mind that rules and court procedures still need to be changed to address some of the issues raised in the context of dissociation (e.g. B communication with lawyers who deal with only a few issues in a single case; Dealing with a client in case of disability or outside the recordings; or ghostwriting of memories).