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Hyatt Legal Plan

 


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Covered Services

Attorney fees for the following personal legal services are fully paid by the Hyatt Legal Plan when you use a plan attorney (an attorney who is a member of the Hyatt Legal Plan network). There are no limits on the number of times you may use the plan, and there are no dollar limits on your use of a plan attorney for the following covered services:

Consumer Protection
Consumer Protection Matters
Small Claims Assistance
Personal Property Protection

Debt Matters
Debt Collection Defense
Personal Bankruptcy
Identity Theft Defense
Tax Audits

Defense of Civil Lawsuits
Civil Litigation Defense
Administrative Hearings
Incompetency Defense

Document Preparation
Affidavits, Deeds
Demand Letters
Mortgages, Notes
Document Review
Elder Law Matters

Family Law
Premarital Agreement
Uncontested Divorce
Protection from Domestic Violence
Adoption
Uncontested Guardianship
Name Change

Real Estate Matters
Sale or Purchase of Your Home
Refinancing of Your Home
Tenant Problems/Eviction Defense (where you are the Tenant)
Home Equity Loans
Boundary or Title Disputes
Property Tax Assessment
Zoning Applications
Security Deposit Assistance (for Tenant)

Traffic Matters/Criminal
Juvenile Court Defense
Restoration of Driving Privileges Traffic Ticket Defense (excludes DUI)

Wills and Estate Planning
Wills and Codicils
Living Wills
Powers of Attorney
Living Trusts

Immigration
Immigration Assistance

Legal services that are not covered
The plan does not provide any benefits (including consultations) related to the following:

Employment-related matters, including company or statutory benefits
Matters involving the employer, MetLife® and affiliates, and plan attorneys
Matters in which there is a conflict of interest between the employee and spouse/domestic partner or dependents, in which case services are excluded for the spouse/domestic partner and dependents
Appeals and class actions
Farm and business matters, including rental issues when the participant is the landlord
Patent, trademark and copyright matters
Costs and fines
Frivolous or unethical matters
Matters for which an attorney-client relationship exists prior to the participant becoming eligible for plan benefits