In today’s fast-paced world, keeping track of the law can be a cumbersome affair. If you are unsure how to proceed regarding your legal matters, it is crucial to have an ally to support your legal inquiry. That’s where Seth Usifo Nwosu Incorporated d/b/a SUN INC comes in.
SUN INC is a provider of non-attorney alternative legal services. Thanks to our skill, knowledge, and experience, we can assist you in a variety of legal matters. From document preparation to subject matter consulting, we make it easier to navigate the law and exercise your rights. Request a consultation today and learn what we can do for you.
The laws of the land are designed to protect people. An unfortunate fact of the matter, however, is that many who lack access to the resources or time to exercise their rights can be adversely effected by a system that is supposed to protect them.
Therefore, we work hard to ensure legal services are affordable and accessible to all. As a freelance paralegal, we provide services to clients at a fraction of the price. Our areas of focus include:
Legal Nurse Consultant
We are a multifaceted team of legal assistants who have many areas of practice. Request a consultation today to learn what we can do for you.
Everyone, at some point in their life, will need legal services of one sort or another. Divorces, wills, probate, evictions, lawsuits, criminal defense, the list goes on. Not everyone can afford these services when the need arises, though, and this can lead to catastrophic results. Enter MLS, CP, Legal Consultant Seth Usifo Nwosu, who, together with his wife, Dr. Cambria J. Nwosu, DNP, RN, formed Seth Usifo Nwosu Incorporated (SUN INC), to offer affordable legal services and Legal Nurse Consultant (LNC) services to those for whom attorneys or thorough medical record interpretation is out of reach. The couple, who have successfully operated under SUN INC in New Jersey and Arizona, have recently expanded their service area to include California, Florida, and Nevada.
The pandemic has left the world reeling financially in both the personal and business sectors. Americans are increasingly struggling to put food on the table while businesses grapple with staffing shortages and mass resignations. This has created both an ever-growing need for affordable solutions and an expanding outsourcing market for entrepreneurs like the Nwosu’s. Founded in March 2008, Mr. Nwosu coined the acronym SUN INC as an ode to his first, middle, and last name and his African heritage. Over the years, SUN INC has morphed into a tech-based legal service corporation by providing access to high-quality, affordable legal services remotely, without face-to-face contact with its clients. SUN INC’s virtual legal service business model allowed them to remain open and expand operations throughout the pandemic, avoiding COVID-19 restrictions while maintaining operability.
“SUN INC was created as a result of the marketplace’s lack of access to quality and affordable legal services.”
The Nwosu’s explain. “SUN INC is not legal aid, nor is it an attorney law firm. SUN INC exists as an alternative between legal aid and private legal counsel servicing those that cannot afford an attorney and those that do not financially qualify for legal aid.”
Article on "Reflections (and a Few Tips!) On Studying International Law Abroad" Feb 17, 2022 • Publication (Peer Reviewed) Description: Reflections (and a Few Tips!) On Studying International Law Abroad Seth U. Nwosu, Reflections (and a Few Tips!) On Studying International Law Abroad, American Bar Association (Feb. 17, 2022, 5:00 PM)
Article on "Five Alternative Legal Careers Beyond Courtrooms and Conventional Clients" Aug 19, 2020 • Publication (Peer Reviewed) Description: Five Alternative Legal Careers Beyond Courtrooms and Conventional Clients Seth U. Nwosu, and Rachel Scarafia, Five Alternative Legal Careers Beyond Courtrooms and Conventional Clients, American Bar Association (Aug. 19, 2020, 5:00 PM)
Self Published - Publications
Manuscript on "The Implications of International Contract Enforcement as it Relates to the COVID-19 Global Pandemic (UNOFFICIAL – NONPUBLISHED UNIDROIT MANUSCRIPT)" Apr 30, 2021 • Publication (Self-Published) Description: The International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT) Seth U. Nwosu, The Implications of International Contract Enforcement as it Relates to the COVID-19 Global Pandemic, Seth Usifo Nwosu Incorporated d/b/a SUN INC (Apr. 30, 2021, 5:00 PM) See Publication
Written Decisions - Publications (Assisted in the preparation of the following decisions/rulings/orders for the judges’ use)
Under Advisement Ruling on CV 2011-056397 for Motion for Summary Judgment Aug 13, 2013 • Publication Description: Superior Court of Arizona – Northeast Regional Center Seth U. Nwosu, Under Advisement Ruling on CV 2011-056397 for Motion for Summary Judgment, Superior Court of Arizona – Northeast Regional Center (Aug. 12, 2013, 8:00 AM) See Publication
Minute Entry on CV 2009-053292 for Motion to Suppress Joint Pretrial Statement for Untimely Disclosure Aug 12, 2013 • Publication Description: Superior Court of Arizona – Northeast Regional Center Seth U. Nwosu, Minute Entry on CV 2009-053292 for Motion to Supress Joint Pretrial Statement for Untimely Disclosure, Superior Court of Arizona – Northeast Regional Center (Aug. 12, 2013, 8:00 AM), See Publication
Ruling on CR 2012-152179 for Motion to Suppress Evidence Jun 17, 2013 • Publication Description: Superior Court of Arizona – Maricopa County Seth U. Nwosu, Ruling on CR 2012-152179 for Motion to Supress Evidence, Superior Court of Arizona – Maricopa County (Jun. 17, 2013, 8:00 AM), See Publication
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Arizona: Not authorized to perform the following state-related legal services in Arizona: prepare or express legal opinions; represent a person or entity in legal proceedings; prepare documents for filing with any court, tribunal, or agency; negotiate legal rights; or, prepare documents intended to affect or secure legal rights, except as authorized by Arizona Supreme Court Rule 31.3.