Discover the top five benefits of using The Document People for all your legal document services.
- Our Living Trusts are prepared by an attorney. You can ask him legal questions, and even meet him in person for a consultation, if you need to; LegalZoom uses software.
- Do you need to transfer your property to your children? We prepare all the documents, take care of the notary, and record it for you. LegalZoom simply mails you the document. The rest is up to you. In some Counties there are strict requirements about the documents’ format, what kind of supporting documentation you’ll need, and even how to pay the filing fee. We take all the aggravation out of the process. LegalZoom leaves it up to you. Our fees are substantially lower than LegalZoom for deed preparation.
- When our customers start a Corporation or LLC, we encourage them to be their own agent for service of process*. In our mind, there is no reason to pay someone for something you can do yourself. Legalzoom routinely hires itself to provide that service, so their customers unknowingly pay exorbitant yearly fees without even knowing they don’t have to (we heard this story over and over again – they get away with it because it’s in the fine print).
- Stuck with a probate? Well, we can prepare all the documentation and follow your case from beginning to end. Legalzoom doesn’t even offer that service.
- Need to file a Fictitious Business Name in a rush? We can do it next day. LegalZoom takes weeks.
* The agent for service of process is the person – not necessarily part of the company – who will be served the papers if the company will ever be sued.
The Document People is a network of independently owned stores that share a common purpose: helping customers represent themselves. We are looking forward to offering assistance with your legal document filing needs. We serve Woodland Hills, Encino, The San Fernando Valley, Orange County and San Diego County
The information contained in this blog – including information of a legal nature – is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be construed as legal advice on any subject matter.