Legal Document Services

What can we do for you?

  • Explain the entire court process — start to finish.
  • Prepare your forms based on your instructions.
  • File your documents with the appropriate court (filing fee required).
  • For documents that can be served by mail, we can perform service and file your completed Proof of Service form with the court. No additional fee is required.
  • Provide follow-up assistance as needed.

Legal forms can be very confusing and overwhelming, even when using self-help books or internet resources. Incomplete forms or an unclear understanding of the documents and process can delay your case. Avoid the hassle and stress of completing forms on your own – let Integrity Document Services help you with preparing documents. We can even explain what the next steps in the court process are and what additional documents you may need.

Some of the Case Types and Services we assist with are:

  • Divorce / Legal Separation / Nullity
  • Emergency Hearings
  • Establishing Paternity
  • Child Custody and Visitation
  • Child and Spousal Support
  • Guardianship of the Person
  • Restraining Orders
  • Name Change
  • Name Restoration After Divorce
  • Emancipation
  • Limited Conservatorship of the Person
  • Small Claims
  • Fax Filing Services
  • Notary Public

We do provide help in additional areas. Please contact us if you need assistance with legal documents that are not listed above.


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.

Most cases are charged a flat fee whereas other services may be charged at an hourly rate.

As LDAs, we can tell you what you could do, not what you should do.

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.