Our ultimate goal and passions are helping clients navigate the legal red tape and to meet the ever-shifting needs of people, communities and culture.
We’ve designed and implemented innovative digital legal document solutions while continuing to increase our expertise to better serve and expand relationships with our clients.
stands out from the rest
01/ Flat Fees
One flat fee gets you what you need. No hidden fees or charges.
02/ Free fee waivers
If you qualify for a Fee Waiver to waive Court fees, we will prepare your waiver at no additional charge.
03/ Easy Process
We’ve created our process with our clients in mind, for faster results. Interview, questionnaire, drafts and you are ready for filing or notarization!
04/ Flexible Payments
Flexible payment plans available. We always work with our client’s to ensure their needs are met.
We’re legal industry professionals whom have been in the field for over 12 years working indepth with small to large California law firms.
06/ Partner Attorneys
We work closely with reputable law firms and attorneys to provide discounted consultations, document reviews and representation, should the need arise.
good at what we do
Years of experience
Type of documents we prepare
What is it?
LDA vs. a Paralegal
A paralegal, by law, cannot do work for the general public on their own. Paralegals cannot accept fees for services or independently prepare documents for consumers/the general public. A paralegal works under the direct supervision of an attorney and cannot provide any services directly to the public, or to an attorney’s client unless the attorney has specifically instructed the paralegal to do so. In terms of an education difference between the paralegal and a legal document assistant, there may not be a difference depending on the paralegal or legal document assistant you are working with. They both require a certain amount of legal education and most individuals have degrees backing them. Individuals whom draft legal documents and represent themselves to the public as a paralegal without working under the direct supervision of an attorney are breaking the law. This is called the unlawful practice of law and is punishable by a misdemeanor.
Legal Document Assistant
California Business and Professional Code §6400(c)(1) states a Legal Document Assistant (LDA) is any person who provides, or assists in providing, or offers to provide, or offers to assist in providing, for compensation, any self-help service to a member of the public who is representing himself or herself in a legal matter, or who holds himself or herself out as someone who offers that service or has that authority. SB1418 authorizes an LDA to provide clients with help in the preparation of court papers and legal forms for filing with the California courts. This law authorizes non-lawyers to prepare and file legal documents for people doing their own legal functions. LDA’s are required by law to be registered and bonded in the county in which they provide services. An LDA is not an Attorney and cannot provide legal advice. LDA’s, as we do, work with attorneys to help their clients get the necessary legal questions answered. We can then provide document services for the client. When you hire a LDA you are representing yourself and the LDA is working under your direction.
8774 SVL Box Victorville, CA 92395
Monday – Friday: 8 am – 6 pm PST
We are not attorneys. We can only provide self-help services at your specific direction. Swift Legal Document Assistance is not a law firm, and cannot represent customers, select legal forms, or give legal advice. We can only provide self help services at your specific direction. Legal Document Preparation is provided to the public per Business & Professional code 6400. San Bernardino County LDA #313, expiration 03/25/2020.