What is Document(Legal) Drafting?
Legal drafting is a very structured method of writing that can prove intimidating to the uninitiated. A draft document is a product the writer creates in the initial stages of the writing process. we will recommend some sources that will help you excel in the legal drafting process. The first step in drafting any legal or law-related document is to fully understand its context, which includes studying the language used by the courts, attorneys, paralegals and/or legal scholars regarding the issue.
How long does it take to get the documents filed?
Not long at all! On average, your documents could be completed and filed in about a week or even less than 48 hours.
How long will it take to receive my final documents?
Your final documents will be completed within 3 to 5 business days (mostly completed the next day) after all questionnaires and all necessary information is received from you by our processing center. Delays in completing your documents will occur if all necessary information is not provided by you.
After receiving my final documents, what happens next?
In your final documents package, you will receive your requested documents which should be ready to file. You will simply need to review and sign the documents. If a document is required be notarized, it will be self-evident from the face of the document; fortunately, we have our own in-house Commissioners of Oath-Notary Public.
How does the process work?
After you sign the Service Agreement and choose the right document for your specific needs, our experienced Document Preparers will use the information that you provide to prepare a legal form that complies with your state guidelines.
Who prepares my documents?
Our team of experienced skilled Administrative Assistants, Documents Preparer’s will Paralegals will use the information you provide to prepare your documents. Your final documents will be in an approved form so that you may file them with the court in your case.
What is a Paralegal and what does a paralegal do for me?
- Assist attorneys during trials
- Organize case files and prepare trial notebooks
- Perform legal research on current laws and cases
- Prepare legal briefs
- Draft correspondence and legal documents
- Conduct client and witness interviews
- And a wide array of many other services……
Will I be able to speak with someone regarding my case?
Sure you will, our team of customer service representatives will be available to answer questions concerning our available documents and any related costs.
I thought I had to have an attorney represent me in court or for any type legal matter?
This procedure is called “pro se,” which means advocating on one’s own behalf before a court, rather than being represented by a lawyer. We can assist you with the preparation of documents that you may use in connection with your pro se appearance in court.
How can I find out if I need a lawyer?
If you think you have a legal problem, you should talk with an attorney to see if you need to get an attorney. Many private attorneys will meet with you once without charging you a fee. Before you meet with a private attorney, make sure you understand if the attorney is charging you for that meeting or not. You can also contact your local legal services program.
Do I need to hire an attorney?
To reintegrate, many legal proceedings do not require you to hire the services of an attorney. Often times, your situation can be resolved with legal document preparation services; whereas, a qualified paralegal or firm can handle that for you. On the other hand, you can choose to represent your (“In Pro Per”). We, Xclusively 4 U Document Services, as a Legal Document Services Firm have precise knowledge and experience to drafting and completing documents for you under legal guidelines and with your specific instructions.
How do I find a lawyer?
If you are looking for a private attorney, you may want to ask friends or family members what attorney they would recommend; additionally, we have a list of references we could refer you to if needed. Most local county bar associations have lawyer referral programs; you can contact your local county bar association to ask for the names of attorneys who handle the type of legal matter you have. These attorneys generally are not free or low-cost attorneys. If you cannot afford to hire a private attorney, you can contact your local legal services program. Look on this websites in Finding Legal Help or Avvo to locate your local programs.
What kind of cases do legal services programs handle?
Different programs handle different kinds of cases. You can check with your local program to find out what types of cases it handles. Legal Services can handles only civil cases, not criminal cases. Also, legal services can handles cases involving family law, landlord-tenant and other housing, consumer issues, education issues and government benefits.
Who can benefit from the services of a legal document assistant?
Everyone can benefit from the services of a legal document assistant at some time in his or her life. While dealing with a routine uncontested matter, you can use the help of a legal document assistant to complete forms correctly and to file those forms, saving you time and money.
What are the eligibility requirements for legal services programs?
Each program will have different eligibility requirements; you need to check with the program to find out its eligibility requirements. At Xclusively 4 U Document Services, the person who wants a paralegal lead case must meet financial eligibility requirements and some other requirements. Often the financial eligibility requirement is related to the Federal Poverty Guidelines.
What do Pro Bono and Pro Se mean?
Pro Bono” is when an attorney or legal services firm volunteers to handle a client’s case without charging the client any money. A “Pro Bono” organization is an organization that connects Pro Bono attorneys with clients who need legal help. “Pro Se” is when a person represents him or herself in a legal matter without the help of an attorney. A Pro Se organization/clinic is an organization that helps people represent themselves.
What if a legal services program will not help me?
You should check with all the legal services programs that are in your county to see if any can help you. If the legal services programs cannot help you, you can ask the court where your case is pending to appoint a lawyer to represent you. Especially in criminal cases, some courts are able to appoint an attorney in civil matters to a person who cannot afford to hire an attorney.
When should I seek legal advice?
Any time you think you might have a problem involving a serious legal matter, you should seek legal advice. Factually, all legal advice comes from an attorney-at-law and you should carefully choose one. This does not necessarily mean you will need to hire an attorney; however, if you don’t seek legal advice you can sometimes lose the ability to fix certain legal problems.