What are some of the advantages of using an LDA?
Legal Document Assistants (LDAs) are trained professionals who assist self-represented persons prepare and file court documents. Like paralegals, LDAs have training and educational requirements. Unlike paralegals, who are prohibited by Business & Professions code section 6450 from assisting or contracting with consumers directly, an LDA works for the public. LDAs are required to be bonded and must register with the County Clerk in the counties in which they do business. LDAs are prohibited from giving legal advice, however they are expressly authorized by the Business and Professions Code 6400 et seq. to provide attorney-prepared or attorney-approved information to consumers so that consumers can make their own intelligent legal decisions.
Self-help Legal Information
Legal information and materials written and approved by the Court. This info will assist you in making the best decision possible.
High Quality & Efficient Document Preparation
Get it done right! It is important that all legal and business related documents are completed right to avoid processing delays.
Navigate the Legal System with Ease
Don't get stumped by legal jargon. The court system can be daunting. We are here to walk you through the process.