If you need to file legal documents in the state of California, LegalDoc-prep can provide expert legal documentation preparation services for just about every situation. We can save you up to 90% of an attorney’s fees to prepare the paperwork you need. From start to finish, we can both prepare the documents, as well as guide you through the legal process as quickly and painlessly as possible. If you have a legal need that you don’t see below, please contact LegalDoc-prep to see how we can help.
Following are some of the Legal Document Preparation Services we provide:
- Annulment of marriage – In California, an annulment is a process of obtaining an order that the marriage never existed, and restores the parties to single status. The grounds for annulling a marriage may include: Incest, prior existing marriage or domestic partnership, unsound mind, fraud, or force.
- Legal separation – In a legal separation, the parties remain legally married, but all issues pertaining to property, debt, children and support are resolved. Unlike in a divorce, the parties are still eligible to retain certain benefits that would otherwise be lost.
- Establishing paternity – This process determines the legal father of a child, if the parents were not married when the child was born. Establishing paternity creates a legal relationship between father and child and confers legal responsibility for child support.
- Change legal name for adults and minors – With a court order, you can change your legal name or a minor’s name on government-issued identification documents, such as driver’s license, passport, and social security card.
- Establish or change trustees – Most trusts name the successor trustee when a trust is established. If you need to change or add a successor trustee, you can do so by amending the document.
- Transfer deed – This document allows you to add or remove a person from your property title, gift your property to family, or place your property in a living trust.
- Establish a conservatorship – This document asks a judge to appoints a responsible person or organization to care for another adult who cannot care for himself or herself or manage his or her own finances.
- Establish a Guardianship – This legal process appoints a “competent adult” or guardian to be responsible for the care, custody and control for a ‘”vulnerable or incapacitated person,” such as a child.