We can schedule an appointment to go over the document preparation process. There is a $50 consultation fee for the first half hour which can be credited towards document preparation services. Book online today to select at time that best works for your schedule.
TYPES OF LEGAL DOCUMENTS WE PREPARE:
DOCUMENT PREPARATION SERVICES
Our services are specially designed for people representing themselves in a legal matter and are seeking an inexpensive, affordable alternative for professional self-help legal document preparation.
OUR PROCESS (Gather Information, Prepare, Sign, File & Serve)
The first step in the legal document preparation process is getting some basic information regarding your case. You can text, email or call us with your information, whichever is most convenient for you. Once the case information is collected, we will prepare your legal documents then submit them to you for approval. If everything is satisfactory, we will sign the documents, then file with the court and serve by mail when requested.
FLAT FEE SERVICE
We charge a flat fee for services. Standard itemized services include:
Electronic copies of the court endorsed documents filed are emailed to clients for easy access. So no need to stress if you misplace a document or wait in long lines at the courthouse to obtain another copy.
Legal Document Preparation
The document preparation process for a typical legal matter, such as a divorce or motion for custody, usually constituents of a three phase process.
1. Preparation, Review and Signing Documents:
Once payment is received, we will begin by preparing the court documents based on the information contained within the questionnaire(s) and/or any additional supporting documentation provided.
Draft documents will be email to you for review and approval. If no revisions are needed, we will proceed by signing the documents. Documents may be signed either in the office or digitally via Adobe Fill & Sign. (Its Free)
2. Court Filing:
Once the documents are signed, they will file the documents at the courthouse. Copies of the filed/endorsed documents will be return to you via email. Hard copies will be available for pick or can be mailed, whichever is more convenient for you.
3. Serving the Other Party:
Service by Mail is included with the document preparation service. If you wish to have the other party serve personally, we can also assist with this service at additional cost. Rates and fees are listed on the Process Service page.
If you prefer, someone you know can serve the documents on your behalf. The server must be over 18 and not one of the parties in the action.