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Elevate your understanding of deposition preparation with a unique focus on Spanish-speaking clients in our latest episode. We promise you’ll gain valuable insights on the role of translators in this process, offering your clients a deeper layer of comfort and preparation. With firsthand experience from the field, we share how employing a translator for role play during deposition prep can drastically improve your client’s understanding and readiness, setting them up for success.

Venture further into the world of legal translation as we highlight the importance of hiring certified court translators. We unpick the ethical code they adhere to, nuances of regional dialects, and the potential risks of miscommunication. We also address the significant challenge of translation delays and suggest ways to keep this process as concise as possible. By the end of this episode, you’ll be equipped with a new perspective and practical strategies to effectively utilize translators in your deposition prep process, ensuring no stone is left unturned.

In this episode, you will hear:

  • How a translator can help Spanish-speaking clients prepare for deposition
  • The importance of hiring certified court translators
  • Ensuring confidentiality and comfort of clients
  • Understanding the importance of brevity to avoid delays

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If you have questions or a particularly challenging client preparation, email Elizabeth directly for assistance: [email protected].

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