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We are registered legal document assistants (LDA's) in Sonoma County providing paralegal services for Santa Rosa and the surrounding area. We offer legal services for preparing, filing and serving legal documents throughout all of California for a wide range of self-help Family Law matters (Divorce, Custody, Support, Visitation, Parentage, Adoptions, Legal Name Changes, & More. In addition to our Divorce and Family Law services, we also specialize in Estate Planning and Probate matters. Our office is based out of Santa Rosa, CA. Our firm offers the flexibility of virtual or in-person appointments with night and weekend availability. Most services can be completed without ever coming into the office. We strive to make your experience as convenient and pleasant as possible!
Many routine legal documents can be prepared without an attorney by using paralegal services. Attorney's often charge $350 - $400 per hour or more. We at A+ Legal Document Assistants provide paralegal services to prepare legal forms with the same quality & accuracy you would get from an attorney but at affordable flat-rates saving you thousands.
Legal Document Assistants were once commonly known as Independent Paralegals. Effective January 1, 2000, these non-lawyers, are now officially known as Legal Document Assistants (LDAs). 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..CALDA
We are not attorneys and therefor cannot offer legal advice or represent you in court. We can only prepare documentation at your specific direction to assist you with your self-help services.
The information presented on this website is general, factual, published information obtained from court provided self-help legal publications, legal statutes, or other sources believed to be accurate and reliable. This information should not be considered legal advice as it is general in nature.