Documents For Court
We provide THE BEST paralegal, legal document assistance, and conflict resolution mediation services throughout Southern California. Don't believe us, ask one of our customers... check out our Facebook page by searching "Documents For Court" for reviews. Also... we are registered and bonded AS REQUIRED by the State of California. We love helping people to become informed about the legal process by offering legal services that are affordable, fast, and by getting your legal issue(s) solved.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
We are fully mobile and make every effort to accommodate YOUR needs. The process in obtaining information, documents, worksheets, etc. are done via telephonic, electronic (email, text, fax, etc.) and/or in-person (e.g. Starbucks, your residence, and/or any other mutually agreeable location). We are also available "after hours" and weekends. Just let us know when and where you'd like to meet and we'll make it happen.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
The easiest way to see my experience and training is by visiting my LinkedIn profile by visiting linkedin[dot]com/in/dannydmartinez.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.
ALL of our legal document assistance services are "flat fee" based and court fee waivers are ALWAYS prepared at no additional cost. If you need attorney representation, use our relationships with local attorneys for a "limited scope representation" to handle your specific issue. Attorney "limited scope representation" services are ALWAYS "flat fee" based as well.
How did you get started in this business?
In 1999, I enlisted in the US Army as a military paralegal and I've been doing legal work in one capacity or another for attorneys, law firms, "self-help" organizations through the court, and self-represented litigants as a paralegal, legal assistant, and/or mediator ever since.
What types of customers have you worked with?
From soldiers, attorneys, law firms, "self-help" and self-represented litigants, I have helped just about anyone who needs some assistance with their legal issue(s). If I can't, I do everything possible to get you the help you need.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?
ALWAYS make sure that your legal document assistant is registered and bonded. This registration and bonding REQUIREMENT was created by the State of California to protect you.
What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?
Is your "legal document assistant" provider registered and bonded? Has the registration, bonding and/or background check been verified (aka "Credentials" - "Professional License" on Thumbtack)? If it doesn't indicate as such on Thumbtack... BE CAREFUL! Are they available beyond the "normal business hours"? Is there a "Fee Agreement"? Does it fully disclose all terms & conditions? Do they have relationships with local attorneys if the case requires attorney representation? How are services charged (fees, costs, hourly, flat fee, etc.) and are payment plans offered?