Document Assistance

Immigration Paperwork 

Need assistance with immigration paperwork? We help families and individuals in preparing the paperwork required for Temporary/Permanent Resident Cards, family-based Petitions, Fiance Visas, Naturalization, and more.  Experienced in all the most common forms, I-90, N-400, I-130, I-485, etc. 

Business Services

Starting a new business? We can help you with the necessary paper work and filing. C Corporation, Sub Chapter S, or LLC. Once you decide on the type of entity, we will confirm name availability, prepare the forms and file it the same day. In addition, we can obtain your Federal I.D. number and file your Sub Chapter S form with the IRS. 

Services

Family Services 

Getting a divorce is an overwhelming and emotionally draining experience. It can also be time consuming and expensive.  Many couples can avoid hiring an attorney and file pro se (yourself). That's where we come in. Along with a sympathetic ear, we can get you through this process by helping you complete all the necessary forms and paper work, so you can focus on starting a new life. If needed, we can assist with other related matters such as modifications, alimony, child support and more.
Real Estate
  • Closings

  • Contracts
  • Evictions
  • Quit Claim Deeds


Notary Services
  • Marriages

  • Real Estate Closing
  • Mobile Notary


Other
  • Immigration/Citizenship Forms

  • Senior Citizen Assistance
  • Attorney Retrieval Services
  • Court Filing
Business
  • Attorney Retrieval Services

  • Collections ​
  • Contracts & Agreements
  • Partnership
  • ​Corporations 
  • LLC / FEI Number
  • S Corp Filing
  • Fictitious Name Filings
  • Copyright & Trademark Applications
  • Landlord - Tenant
  • Notice to Owner / Liens
  • Small Claims & Quit Claim Deeds
  • Record Keeping & Organization
  • ​Virtual Assistant​

Legal document prep for the following:

CALL US  561-265-2702
Family Services
  • Divorce

  • Motions
  • Modifications
  • Alimony & Child Support
  • QDRO's  (Retirement Pensions)
  • Paternity
  • Adoption


Wills & Trusts
  • Probates

  • Revocable Trusts

  • Wills
  • Living Wills
  • Power of Attorney
  • Health Care Surrogate

Power of Attorney, Wills & Trusts 

Like many things in life, we often don't think about these things until it's too late. A Will is necessary if you want to specify how your assets are distributed and to whom. Parents with minor children name a guardian to care for their minor children if both parents are unable. Trusts are created to avoid probate and keeps your assets private, therefor, no court hearing. Contact us to learn more. Every adult should have a Power of Attorney, appointing a designated person to handle financial decisions on your behalf if you are unable.