About Us

Marian Gorman

Legal Document Assistant

Customer Service Representative

Notary Public /Mobile Notary



Kelsie Gaines

Customer Service Representative

Operations Manager

Leslie Curiel

Customer Service Representative

Notary Public/Mobile Notary

Bi-Lingual (Spanish)

Legal Document Assistant (LDA) vs. Paralegal

  • LDAs have paralegal education and experience, in California they are not the same as paralegals. Under California law, a paralegal is prohibited from providing services directly to the consumer. Paralegals may only be  employed by an attorney, law firm, corporation, governmental agency, or other entity, and work under the direct  supervision of a licensed attorney within the scope of that  employment.
  • Unlike paralegals, LDAs are authorized by law to provide legal document preparation services to consumers, after complying with the registration and bonding requirements. Neither paralegals nor  LDAs are permitted  to engage in the practice of law.
  • LDAs are not lawyers and do not offer legal advice, discuss legal strategies, answer questions of a legal nature, select forms for the consumer, or appear in court on the consumer’s behalf. They are professionals,  qualified  through education, training or work experience, authorized to assist consumers representing themselves in legal matters by preparing and processing the necessary legal  documents.