Sacramento Legal Documents
Specializing in Legal Document Preparation with Exceptional Customer Service at Affordable Prices
DIVORCE & LEGAL SEPARATION - CHILD CUSTODY
Filing for a separation or divorce is not a decision made lightly. We have the skill and knowledge to make certain that your family matter is handled professionally and efficiently.
With several years of family law document experience, we have the forms and information to guide you through the process.
Our legal separation and divorce prices are flat fees and cover all paperwork from the petition through the judgment.
In some cases a marriage settlement agreement or motion paperwork may need to be prepared and we will gladly prepare those documents for an additional flat fee.
CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY
We understand that Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a difficult and nerve-wracking experience. While we can’t give you legal advice or attend your trustee’s meeting with you – we can walk you through the process prepared and we are happy to do so.
A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a cancellation of many or all of your debts. Petitioners are required to complete two credit counseling courses approved by the United States Trustee. Debtors are also required to attend a creditor’s meeting on the date and time assigned to them by the Court. From start to finish -the process can take from four to six months.
Documents we need to prepare your paperwork:
Pay Stubs for the last 60 days
Last year’s taxes
A credit report (pull for free at www.annualcreditreport.com)
Any bills not included in your credit report.
POWER OF ATTORNEY - DEED TRANSFERS
A Financial Power of Attorney gives someone the authority to act on another person’s behalf to handle financial and business transactions.
An Advanced Healthcare Directive lets your physician, family and friends know your healthcare preferences, including the types of special treatment you want or don’t want at the end of life.
Interspousal Transfer Deed
Trust Transfer Deed
Revocable Transfer on Death Deed (TOD Deed)
Deed of Trust
WILLS & TRUSTS
Our Living Trust Package includes not only the Trust but a Financial Power of Attorney and an Advanced Healthcare Directive. We also have a section to list emergency contact information for key providers. We want our customers to include information that their loved ones would need if something should happen to them.
We can help you navigate the all of the forms for probate you will need after the death of a loved one. There are many of these forms that you may need to complete and sign, depending upon your situation.
We understand that every probate case is different and will help you with what you need to transfer assets of an estate to the rightful beneficiaries.
Small Claims/Civil Court
and MANY others
Notary public services available. Notary services are included for prepared documents.
For over twenty years we have provided quality services to clients by providing them with the professional care they deserve. Whether it's completing legal documents, filing the documents in court or providing attorney referrals when needed, you can be assured your current situation will be handled with care and kindness.
Many legal matters can be taken care of yourself with a little help with the relevant forms and papers.
Our office specializes in preparing legal documents at affordable prices. We offer flat rate fees for all of our services with unlimited email communications at no charge. We will prepare your documents and file your paperwork with the Courts to assist in making your current legal situation as stress free as possible.
Get in touch today to learn more about our Legal Document Services.
We are not attorneys and cannot provide legal advice. We can only provide self-help services at your specific direction.
LDA Registration - Sacramento County 2013-09 Exp. 05/08/24
LEGAL DOCUMENT ASSISTANTS - LDA
Who are Legal Document Assistants? (LDA)
Legal Document Assistants were once commonly known as Independent Paralegals. However, as of January 1st, 2000, only those Paralegals working directly for attorneys may now be referred to as Paralegals. Those formerly known as Independent Paralegals are now officially known as Legal Document Assistants (LDAs).
A NEW Profession in California For the first time, a new California law known as SB1418 authorizes non-lawyers to prepare legal documents for people doing their own legal tasks. Effective January 1, 2000, these non-lawyers, called Legal Document Assistants, may:
Distribute to their customers legal materials that have been published or approved by a lawyer
Prepare the customers’ legal documents under the direction of their customers
File the customers’ legal documents in the appropriate courts
LDAs are often trained in many areas and frequently specialize in multiple fields.
LDAs often have the same educational background as a paralegal and are REQUIRED by law to be registered and bonded in the county in which they have their principal place of business.
A Legal Document Assistant is NOT a Lawyer.
By law, they cannot give you legal advice or represent you in the courts in any matter.
If you need to consult with an attorney, your LDA will be able to provide you with a referral.
To qualify as a Legal Document Assistant, a person must:
Register in the County in which they work
Post a $25,000 Bond
Establish that he or she has a minimum level of experience and/or education
Every Legal Document Assistant is required to use a Contract. The Contract will provide appropriate notice to the Legal Document Assistant’s customers regarding the scope of the customers’ rights and the Legal Document Assistant’s duties. This Bill was passed for your protection.