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Divorce Legal Document Preparers

DIVORCE SERVICES

Are you looking for  divorce services and are tired of the high cost of using an attorney? Using a certified legal document preparer service for your uncontested divorce may be a more affordable option.  AZ Statewide Paralegal is certified by the Arizona Supreme Court to provide legal services to residents of Phoenix and its surrounding communities.

Our Divorce services save you thousands in legal fees

The divorce process is simple and hassle free.  Simply schedule a consultation with one of our certified legal document preparers either over the phone, online or in office.  We ask you all of the questions that we need answers to prepare your divorce documents from start to finish.  At the end of the consultation, we ask you to pay our fee plus the filing and service of process fees if required.  We then schedule your signing appointment in less than 1 week and you are on your way.  We track all of the deadlines and file the remaining documents for you at the appropriate times.  We send you a timeline letter so you know when the Divorce may be finalized.  All you have to do is sign!

NOTE: We cannot provide legal  advice and prepare your documents according to your direction.  However, we can provide options and inform you of the divorce process and we will proceed at your direction.  We will advise you to seek legal advice if at anytime you make it clear that you need some legal advice. We are here for you.
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Need help terminating child support? Statewide Paralegal in Phoenix!

Get started with AZ Statewide Paralegal in Phoenix

If your child is 18 years old and about to graduate from high school it’s not to early to prepared the documents required to terminate the Arizona child support order. We will prepare the documents and request that the termination is effective as of May 31, 2012 if your child graduates in May and June 30, 2012 if your child graduates in June.

No time to make it to the office?

No problem, give us a call and we can set up a phone consultation to gather the information and get you on your way to terminating the child support order.  The Order will get mailed to your employer who will be ordered to stop withholding money from your paycheck.  We take care of all of the paperwork. All you have to do is sign!

Need to add someone to the title of your property in Arizona? (520) 327-4000

How to add someone to the title of your property

A paralegal or Arizona certified legal document preparer can prepare the legal documents to add someone to the title of your property.  This type of property transfer can be done by having a quit claim deed, warranty deed, grant deed, or joint tenancy deed prepared. 

How to transfer title after death

We can prepare beneficiary deeds which will transfer property after the property owner dies.  Beneficiary Deeds are a great way to avoid the expensive costs of probate in conjunction with the property. During your lifetime you may sign a beneficiary deed that states that upon your death the property will transfer to whomever you name.  The beneficiary simply records your death certificate with the county recorder in the same county that your beneficiary deed was filed.

How to transfer ownership of real estate to a limited liability company, LLC.

We can prepare a quit claim deed or warranty deed to transfer ownership of your property to an LLC.  Click here to get started on your quit claim deed. Ask a licensed attorney about how asset protection, warranty deeds and LLC’S work together. Click here to start your LLC online.

Note: The above information is provided for your convenience. It is not intended to be legal advice of any kind. No attorney/client relationship is created by you reading this information. If you have legal questions, please contact an attorney.

 

Phoenix Paralegals (602) 253-1515 save you thousands in legal fees.

Divorce without an AttorneyPhoenix and Tucson locations

Save thousands in legal fees. If you are looking for a Phoenix paralegal for divorce, child support, custody, and more, AZ Statewide Paralegal has offices in Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona.  If you need to file in any county in Arizona, you can get started online or by phone.

Online consultations available

Click here to start your divorce case online.  Fill out our easy questionnaire, pay online, and schedule your signing appointment when convenient for you.  It’s that easy.

Arizona Certified Legal Document Preparers

You will be assigned a legal document preparer who will walk you through the process every step of the way.  Your assigned legal document preparer is available in person, by phone and online so you will never be alone.  We do all of the work for you. All you have to do is sign and appear in court, if a court appearance is required.  Ask us how to avoid a court appearance; you may qualify.

Note: The above information is provided for your convenience. It is not intended to be legal advice of any kind. No attorney/client relationship is created by you reading this information. If you have legal questions, please contact an attorney.

Arizona Child Custody Paralegals in Phoenix and Tucson

Can an Arizona paralegal prepare child custody documents?

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If you have a current child custody order filed in any county in Arizona, and you are a parent that believes that it would be in the child’s best interest to modify the child custody order, a paralegal can prepare the legal documents for you so long as they have been certified by the Arizona Supreme Court and board of legal document preparers.

What information must be included in the paperwork for an Arizona Child Custody modification?

According to the Arizona Rules of Family Law Procedure, the court considers several factors when determining whether to even grant a hearing to modify child custody including but not limited to:

1) The wishes of the parents

2) The wishes of the child

3) The relationships between the child and family members

4) Which parent is more willing to encourage frequent and meaningful contact with the other parent

5) Whether a parent has used coercion or duress to obtain a custody agreement

6) The health and well being of all parties involved

7) Which parent has completed the required parenting class

8 ) If a parent has been convicted of false reporting of abuse or neglect

Can I modify Child Support at the same time that I modify Child Custody?

Yes, custody, parenting time and child support can all be addressed in one document and if a custody hearing is granted then all issues may be addressed at the same time in the same hearing.

Note: The above information is provided for your convenience. It is not intended to be legal advice of any kind. No attorney/client relationship is created by you reading this information. If you have legal questions, please contact an attorney

 

What is the difference between Guardianship and Conservatorship? What are their purposes?

There may come a time in someone’s life when they become incapacitated, due to medical reasons or physical injuries, and are unable to protect themselves or make reasonable decisions about their personal affairs. When this happens, a “guardian” or a “conservator” can be appointed to make these important life decisions for them. In general, both Guardianships and Conservatorships involve the appointment of a person, by a Court, to oversee some aspect of another person’s life. However, the power that the appointed “guardian” or “conservator” has over the incapacitated person, known as a “ward” in the context of a guardianship and “conservatee” in the context of a conservatorship, is different in scope.

Guardianship:

In Arizona, a guardian is someone the court appoints to make decisions for an incapacitated adult or a minor child. The guardian has similar powers that a parent has over their own minor child. For example, the guardian can decide where the “ward” will live, prevent the “ward” from selling certain property and tell the “ward” who they should ‘hang-out’ with. Conversely, the guardian has the obligation to make decisions to keep the “ward” safe and report to the court on the “ward’s” status.

Conservatorship:

In contrast, a conservator in Arizona only manages and protects an incapacitated adult or minor child’s financial affairs. The need to appoint a conservator may arise when the incapacitated person can no longer manage their own finances properly. This may happen when someone becomes elderly and begins to suffer from dementia or when they lose the mental ability to make important financial decisions after an accident. In such a situation, the person may forget to pay bills, may give away large assets without a good reason to do so, and be more vulnerable to predatory acts. Overall, it is the conservator’s responsibility to protect the person’s money and property from being squandered. From managing the conservatee’s bank accounts, paying their monthly bills and health care costs, and safeguarding their investments, the conservator has a duty to financially protect the incapacitated person.

Overall, in Arizona, a conservator protects a person’s estate (their financial affairs) while a guardian protects the person’s own self or body. For example, the conservator is allowed to take money belonging to the protected person in order to buy them food or pay for their housing. In contrast, the guardianship has the power to require a feeding tube be inserted in the protected person to provide nourishment as well as what kind of accmmodations the incapacitated person should live in. Often times these two powers overlap and it is not uncommon for one person to have the power of a guardian and conservator.

As you can see, both Guardianships and Conservatorships serve similar but different functions. It is important to remember that only a licensed Arizona attorney can advise you on whether you should choose a Guardianship or a Conservatorship. Once you have decided, an Arizona Paralegal can make the technical legal process easy.

For more information regarding how an Arizona paralegal can help you set up a Guardianship or Conservatorship, contact us at (520) 327-4000 or visit us online at tucsonprobateparalegal.com.

Note: The above information is provided for your convenience. It is not intended to be legal advice of any kind. No attorney/client relationship is created by you reading this information. If you have legal questions, please contact an attorney.