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Legal Document Assistant
FAQs - Common Questions

Legal Document Assistants (LDAs) are professionals who assist individuals in preparing legal documents. We are not attorneys but can provide valuable services in document preparation. Here are some frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Legal Document Assistants and our document services. If you don't find what you're looking for, feel free to contact us.

What does a legal document assistant do?

A legal document assistant (LDA) is a non-lawyer authorized to prepare legal documents for people representing themselves in legal matters (pro per). We are trained to assist with the completion of legal forms and paperwork, but cannot provide legal advice.

What services can a legal document assistant provide?

A legal document assistant (LDA) is an authorized professional who creates legal documents for clients based on their instructions. LDAs assist self-help clients in handling their legal matters independently and cost-effectively, eliminating the need for an attorney. We specialize in various legal paperwork, including contracts, business filings, and estate planning. Review our Legal Document Services page for more information on the services we provide.

Can legal document assistant's provide legal advice?

No, legal document assistant's cannot provide legal advice. We only assist with the preparation of documents based on the information provided by the client. If legal advice is needed, the individual should consult with an attorney.

What are the benefits of hiring a legal document assistant?

Legal document assistants (LDAs) offer cost-effective expertise in preparing accurate legal documents, specializing in navigating procedures and customizing paperwork. We save time, provide accessibility for those without easy legal resource access, and assist in legal research. Though we cannot offer legal advice or court representation, LDAs efficiently handle routine legal tasks, complementing traditional attorneys while adhering to local regulations.

Is Newport Notary and Document Services, LLC insured?

Yes, we have professional liability insurance in place, providing additional assurance and protection for our clients.

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