Our professional Austin Deposition Services transcribe audio and video depositions, hearings, court transcription, as well as legal documents and various other litigation services for the legal communities in the Austin Metropolitan Area.


We transcribe audios and videos at 98 - 100% accuracy, all done virtually.  This coupled with our legal and medical expertise gives us the ability to produce legal documents and transcripts that are "court ready", making us a natural fit for meeting your deposition and transcription needs.  Offering a variety of viable cost-effective, virtual solutions that would address your legal requirements is one of the many benefits of partnering with a legal transcription service. Outsourcing your depositions is also another one of our many Tips for Saving on Deposition & Court Transcription. Contact our Austin Deposition & Court Transcription today for further details.    

What We Offer

Austin Deposition Services Include:

  • Hearings
  • Petitions
  • Appeals
  • Witness & Victim Interviews
  • Witness Statements
  • ​Interrogatories
  • Court Arguments

Court Transcription

  • Court Hearings
  • Briefs 
  • Pleadings 
  • Meetings 
  • Bankruptcy Procedures 
  • Court Trials​​

Dictation Options

  • Digital Dictation - MP3, Wav. files, etc.
  • Video 
  • CDs
  • Cassettes - micro & regular
  • Video-to-Audio Conversion


Methods of File Transfer

  • FTP site - (Secure & HIPAA compliant)
  • DropBox.com
  • Secure email 

**Complimentary Services

  • Conference Room Reservation (the cost of room paid by client)
  • Reserving Videographers & Interpreters (cost paid by Client)
  • Travel arrangements (for Depositions) 

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More About Austin, Texas

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A Few of Austin's Attributes

 People are drawn to the Texas capital's music, outdoor spaces and cultural institutions. Austin was established along the Colorado River on the edge of the Hill Country in 1839. Originally named "Waterloo," Austin remains rich in history, from the bronze statue of Stevie Ray Vaughan that greets visitors near the river, to the stately Capitol that anchors downtown, to the LBJ Presidential Library at the University of Texas at Austin.