As consumers increasingly turn to prepaid legal plans that offer help with certain legal problems for a monthly or an annual fee, solo practitioners and small-firm lawyers are finding the steady income a fair trade-off for the lower-margin work.

Lawyers say they’re drawn to prepaid legal services work by the fairly predictable income, the steady stream of clients and the chance to convert plan members and their friends and family into higher-margin clients.

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