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Legal Document Assistants
A Legal Alternative for a New Economy
For more information about
Legal Document Assistants
please visit the
California Association of  Legal Document Assistants (CALDA).
Click the CALDA logo.

Financial Powers of Attorney

Conservatorship/Guardianship

Medical Power of Attorney

Medicare/Medi-Cal/Dissability

Trusts

Domestic Partner Agreements

Elder Care Agreements

Unlawful Detainer/Evictions

Elder Restraining Orders

Temporary Restraining Orders

Insurance Issues & Disputes

Divorce
What types of situations can an LDA assist you?
Please contact us for a full list of services.
We are not attorneys.  
We can only provide self help (pro per) services at your
direction.  
For legal advice contact your attorney.

We would be happy to direct you to a qualified
Elder Law Attorney.

    Legal Document Assistants (LDA) were once commonly known as Independent Paralegals.  
    As of January 1, 2000, a new California law known as SB1418 authorizes Legal Document Assistants
    to prepare legal documents for people doing their own legal tasks.
    Only those Paralegals working directly for attorneys may now be referred to as Paralegal.  Although
    some Legal Document Assistants also work for attorneys and then are considered Paralegal.
    Legal Document Assistants are required by law to be registered and bonded in the county in which
    they have their principal place of business.
    Legal Document Assistants provide an affordable legal alternative by assisting people with their self-
    help (pro per) legal needs.

Our Legal Document Assistants
provide services in
Family and Elder Law.  
And while the lawyers argued
the King's paralegals got all
the work done.

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for further information about
Legal Document Assistants
in California and other States.