Speedy Legal is unique in many ways. We have Paralegal/Legal Document Assistants (LDA’S) that fit YOUR needs for your issues. Our independent contractors specialize in each area of law, separately. Example: Probate Paralegal/LDA works in the probate department, Family law Paralegal/LDA works in the Family law department, etc..
Our First Lead Legal Document Assistant has a Bachelors of Arts degree in Paralegal Arts, Paralegal Studies Certificate, Associate of Arts in Legal Administration, and Associate of Science in Legal Office Administration, all from an ABA accredited college. She is also a member of NALA (National Association of Legal Document Assistants).
As Speedy Legal changes over time to better help our clients and excel, we look at the benefits of expanding. Welcome new members of our Speedy Legal family!!
Pursuant to §6401(b) A Paralegal, acting independently of an attorney, must register as a Legal Document Assistant if performing these services.
Legal document assistant: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A legal document assistant, or LDA (also commonly known as "document technician", “legal document preparer,” “legal technician,” “online legal document provider” and “legal document clerk”) is a non-lawyer authorized to assist with the preparation of legal instruments. The profession is similar to a paralegal.
A Legal Document Assistant is an American phenomenon created in response to the most strict licensing laws for attorneys in the world. The job was created by using the doctrine of pro se to enable someone to help another prepare a legal document. Except for Louisiana and Puerto Rico, in the United States only an attorney can advise and draft a legal document for another. With the self-help pro se concept and stock legal forms the Legal Document Preparer profession was born.