A legal document assistant, or LDA, is an experienced professional who is authorized under California law to prepare legal documents for consumers at the direction of the client. An LDA is not an attorney and cannot provide legal advice or represent a client in court. The legal document assistant fills a critical role in our judicial system, enabling individuals to represent themselves in their own legal matters, with the help of a qualified professional legal document preparer to ensure their papers are properly prepared, filed and served.
Legal document assistants are registered with the County Clerk in each county where they conduct business. Upon registration, the County Clerk issues each LDA an identification card. To ensure your LDA is registered and bonded, either ask to see the LDA identification card, or check with your local County Clerk. Additionally, the California law requires the legal document assistant’s registration number, county of registration and expiration date to be included on all advertising, stationery and documents prepared by the LDA.
Appointment Letter, Completion of Probation Letter, Employee Termination Notice, Employment Contract, Job Offer Rejection Letter, NDA for Employees, Offer Letter, Resignation Letter, Consumer Complaint Letter
Account Opening Resolution, Cheque Stop Payment Letter, Promisory note, Section 138 (Cheque Dishonor Notice)
Resignation of Director resolution, No Objection Certificate (for address proof), Pvt Ltd Company to LLP resolution, Resignation of Director resolution, Shareholders Agreement
Extension of Agreement, Independent Contractor Agreement, Memorandum of Understanding, NDA for Third Party
Bill of Sale, Direct Selling Agreement, Estimate Sample, Final Invoice, Purchase Order, Statement of Work
Lease Deed – Residential, Lease Deed – Commercial, Notice to vacate Tenant
Legal Notice, Power of Attorney, Right to Information, Service Level Agreement, Termination of Agreement
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