Probating an estate on your own saves you from paying thousands of dollars in attorneys fees. However, it's not necessarily easy to do totally by yourself. Instead, when you hire A People's Choice to help with your DIY probate, you can be confident in the outcome. Read on to learn more about our services and how to start your probate today!
While much cheaper than hiring an attorney, probating an estate completely on your own is a daunting task. However, "doing it yourself" doesn't mean you're alone. Instead, consider hiring a legal document assistant such as A People's Choice. Our full-service and document-only options provide budget-friendly choices for executors of estates. Read on to learn more about how to do probate with A People's Choice!
Being appointed executor of an estate can put you in a stressful situation, but luckily there are a plethora of options out there to help simplify the process! For example, in this blog post we've outlined our top tips and best kept secrets for executors of estates. Plus, we provide hands-on legal document assistance so you don't have to hire an expensive attorney! Reach out today for more information about how we can help.
California probates completed by attorneys almost always come with statutory fees based on the size of the estate. Therefore, anyone looking for a cheaper way to file probate on a friend's or family's estate should look into working with a legal document assistant. Contact A People's Choice today for more information on how we can help you complete the probate process for a flat fee.
Hiring an attorney for a routine legal matter can cost you thousands of dollars of unnecessary costs. Luckily, A People's Choice has over 30 years of experience assisting clients with divorce, probate, adoption, and a plethora of legal proceedings. Read on to learn more about how you can hire an experienced registered legal document assistant and avoid hiring a costly attorney.
Family members often believe that they have to hire a probate lawyer in California to probate their loved one’s estate. However, A People’s Choice has helped countless individuals probate their loved one’s estate without a probate lawyer in California. Read on to learn more secrets probate lawyers in California don't want you to know.
What is a legal document assistant and how does it compare to a paralegal? Believe it or not, hiring a legal document assistant can help you save thousands of dollars you would otherwise waste on an attorney! To help you determine which process is better for you, we've outlined from A to Z everything a legal document assistant can do.
Paying attorney fees in probate can be costly. Fortunately, if probate is required, there are low-cost options other than using an attorney to get through the process. Read on to learn more about how attorney fees are calculated in probate and whether you can avoid them.
Probate is the process through which the court settles the financial affairs of a recently deceased person. The process can take 2-12 months, and most people do not need to hire a lawyer to get through it. Some people choose to hire an expensive lawyer and then work with the attorney's California probate paralegal. But there is another choice. Hiring a registered legal document assistant (LDA) for help with your probate forms is a better idea that will save the estate thousands of dollars!
Being the personal representative of an estate is a big responsibility. When a parent or family member has passed away, you may think you need to find a probate attorney to settle the estate. Lawyers’ services can be expensive, though. After talking with a probate lawyer, however, you might decide that a better choice is to hire a registered legal document assistant to prepare your probate forms. Here's what you need to know.