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Thank you for considering PLS to help you to prepare your paperwork. We guarantee that you will not be disappointed in the quality, convenience, and ease of our services. If you have any questions before, during or after the process, please send us an e-mail right away and we will get back to you.
For all uncontested family matters, name change, garnishments, probates and small claims court cases, our company uses the state or court mandated forms. For most matters, we will provide you with a questionnaire that, when completed, will tell us everything we need to know to fill in your paperwork. For matters in which there are not state or court mandated forms, we may send you a questionnaire or simply interview you over the phone. The documents will be e-mailed to you in draft for changes and/or approval. Once full payment is received, we will either e-mail or mail you the original documents along with a comprehensive guide that will tell you exactly what to do with them.
We are an uncontested legal document preparation service. The only requirement for using our services is that you and the other party, if applicable, agree on the issues. We are NOT attorneys and CANNOT give legal advice. Any advice given is based on life experiences, not an interpretation of the law. Our goal is to help you to help yourself.
BEFORE FILING ANY PAPERWORK PREPARED BY OUR SERVICES, WE RECOMMEND YOU SEEK ADVICE FROM LEGAL COUNSEL TO MAKE SURE ALL OF YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS ARE PRESERVED. We can refer you to reputable attorneys near your location who specialize in whatever area of law you are dealing with. We are a document preparation service and can only prepare legal documents at your direction. We cannot make decisions for you or suggest a course of action. All non-standard State forms we use are either supplied by an attorney or derived from other document preparation and/or sales companies. We will provide you with these forms to chose from and it is your decision to use them.
What we can do:
1. Provide and complete, at your direction, legal forms in any format;
2. Serve as a neutral mediator, arbitrator, conciliator, or facilitator; and
3. Give information in a general nature about the law and legal procedures.
What we CANNOT do:
1. Give advice or counsel to others as to their legal rights or the legal rights or responsibilities of others;
2. Select, draft or complete legal documents or agreements which affect the legal rights of an entity or person;
3. Represent or accompany you in court or administrative hearings; and
4. Negotiate the legal rights or responsibilities on your behalf.