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Frequently Asked Questions

Please read through our FAQs for quick answers to some common questions regarding our services. If you don't find what you're looking for, go to our contact page for our phone number, email address, location, and business hours. You can call or email us anytime, or you can fill out the leave us a message section at the bottom of the contact page and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.

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  • What is a Legal Document Assistant?(back to top)

    Legal Document Assistants (LDA) are licensed and bonded professionals who can assist individuals who are representing themselves in legal matters by ensuring that their papers are properly prepared, filed, and served. Legal Document Assistants were once commonly known as Independent Paralegals.

  • Are you attorneys?(back to top)

    We are not attorneys. We cannot represent you in court or advise you of your legal rights or the law. We can, however, assist you in the preparation of legal documents at your direction.

  • Why would I use an LDA instead of an attorney?(back to top)

    Attorneys play an important role in our legal system, but in some cases their cost can be high and/or unnecessary. And self-representation can be overwhelming. If a person decides to represent themselves, the knowledge and experience of an LDA can be a valuable asset in understanding the process and the preparation of documents. An attorney may charge a significant fee to prepare your documents. Because we are LDAs, not attorneys, our fees are significantly lower.

  • How much will this cost?(back to top)

    An attorney may charge a significant fee to prepare your documents. Because we are LDAs, not attorneys, our fees are significantly lower. Most cases are charged a flat fee whereas other services may be charged at an hourly rate.

  • My question isn't on the list. How can I reach you?(back to top)

    Go to our Contact page for our phone number and email address. You can call or email us anytime, or you can fill out the Leave us a message section at the bottom of the contact page.

Integrity Document Services is not a law firm. We are not attorneys. We cannot represent you in court or advise you of your legal rights or the law. We can, however, assist you in the preparation of legal documents at your direction.