by Patricia Glover, Advanced Certified Paralegal, Notary Signing Agent, Certified Legal Document Preparer
In 2003, the Arizona Supreme Court initiated the Legal Document Preparer program, which allows non-attorneys to prepare legal documents without the supervision of attorneys. This licensure allows qualified candidates to significantly reduce costs and pass those savings onto clients
A recent study found that 75% of all Arizona court cases involve at least one self-represented person, but the legal system can be overwhelming and confusing. Licensed LDPs can help you navigate the court system, prepare a probate-avoidance (asset protection) estate plan, or start a new business at a lower cost than hiring an attorney.
The team at Glover Court Solutions & Estate Planning, consisting of three Certified Legal Document Preparers, has a combined experience of more than 45 years.
Services include estate planning (wills and trusts); deed and title work; business and 501(c)(3) formation; family law assistance (custody, divorce, support); probate assistance (informal probate, guardianship, conservatorship); process serving; and mobile notary services.
Consultations are free, and although Glover Court Solutions & Estate Planning cannot give legal advice, they can provide general legal information to help you navigate your legal matters.