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Technically, the definition of a paralegal is someone who prepares legal documents under the supervision of an attorney. Although the name of our business is Statewide Paralegal, we are Arizona Certified Legal Document Preparers, certified to prepare legal documents by the Arizona Supreme Court. We are required to participate in at least 20 hours of continuing legal education every 2 years and must meet strict experience and education requirements to remain certified. Although I do not prepare legal documents under the supervision of an attorney, I am married to an attorney so you could say that I am ALWAYS supervised by an attorney! Give us a call (520) 327-4000 or visit our website www.azstatewideparalegal.com.
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Can I use a paralegal for an uncontested divorce if I live in Phoenix, Arizona?
Paralegals in Phoenix, Arizona and Tucson, Arizona have been preparing divorce documents without an attorney for years. An uncontested divorce means that the opposing party has not prepared and filed a Response to the Divorce with the Superior Court including paying the required filing fee. In Pima County, Arizona, the Superior Court requires that the filing fee be paid to the Court when the Response is filed.
If I file the Response for my Divorce but do not pay the filing fee will it still be filed?
If the filing fee is not paid the Court will not consider that a Response was filed and the Petitioner can proceed with filing an Application for Default. A default Decree may be entered by the Judge in the Petitioner’s favor. The bottom line is that the Respondent must pay their filing fee. Tucson Divorce Paralegal.