Legal Document Preparation
Professional: An affordable legal document preparer will handle your doc with care.
Quality Results: You can depend on our unmatched quality, coverage and security from document preparation through signing.
Certified: All of our notaries are Certified Notary Signing Agents with the National Notary Association.
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Your time is important. Tell us what you need and we’ll get you your document as quickly as possible.
Our legal doc prep services include but are not limited to:
- Personal and Family Law
- Notes – Written promise to pay a certain sum of money at a specific time.
- Legal Separation – Formalizing a separation while remaining legally married; mostly used for religious or insurance reasons.
- Annulment – To nullify a marriage/declare it as void
- Termination of Domestic Partnership – Used to financially separate two domestic partners, how possessions will be divided and appoint custody of any minor children.
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Restraining Orders
- Prenuptial Agreements
- Post-nuptial Agreements – Similar to prenuptial agreements to outline ownership of assets, but post-nuptial agreements are created after a marriage.
- Reconveyance – Used to return a title to its original owner
- Deed of Debt – Used to transfer the ownership of the debt to another person
- Estate Planning
- Notarized Affidavit of Death – Used to notify places like businesses and courts of someone’s death. Generally used in addition to a death certificate.
- Living Trust – Allows the settlor to edit or revoke the trust at anytime.
- Quitclaim Deeds – Used to transfer a property’s title from one party to another with minimal or no buyer protection.
- Healthcare Directive – Used to name someone to make medical decisions for your if you are unable to do so yourself.
- Power of Attorney – Used to name someone to make financial or legal decisions for you if you are unable to do so yourself.
- Beneficiary/Transfer of Death Deeds – Generally used for investment accounts, this is used to transfer ownership to a person or persons in the event of the benefactor’s death.
- Civil Litigation
- Real Estate
- General Deeds- Commonly used for the transfer of real estate, this document shows the current seller and all previous sellers had the right to sell the property
- Grant Deeds In and Out of Trusts/LLCs – Used to transfer a property title
- Deeds of Trust- Can be used in place of a mortgage
- Correction Deed: Used to fix errors on a recorded property title
- Legal Business Documents
- Articles of Incorporation – Used to document the legal creation of a corporation
- Commercial Leases
- Employment Contracts
- Property Construction/Loan Agreements
- Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) – A non-binding, formal document that states each party’s intent to conduct a business transaction, form partnership, and/or take action.
Simple, 3-Step Process
- We prepare the requested document.
- An in-person meeting will be set with a notary (meeting online is only available in some states).
- Your document will be recorded electronically (available In most counties).
What is a legal document preparer? Who qualifies as one?
A legal document preparer or Legal Document Assistant (LDA) is a person certified by the state to prepare or provide legal documents without the supervision of an attorney. They are mostly used by clients wishing to handle their own legal matters without hiring an attorney.
Qualified LDAs must:
- Register in the county in which they work
- Establish a minimum level of education or experience (a baccalaureate degree)
- Post a $25,000 bond
Difference between legal document preparer vs. hiring a lawyer?
A LDA can provide generalized legal information and prepare legal forms. If you have a straightforward legal issue like general deeds or beneficiary services, using an LDA is the right choice.
A lawyer is able to represent you in court and give you legal advice. If your case is complicated, you’re unsure of your legal rights or have legal questions, you’ll need a lawyer.
Why choose Mountain View Notary for document prep services?
Our team of professionals strives to exceed our customer’s expectations at every step of the signing process. With over 10,000 notary partners covering a variety of industries nationwide, your documents can be signed in person or remotely in the most professional, efficient and time-saving manner.
Additional reasons to choose Mountain View Notary:
- All of our agents are certified by the National Notary Association.
- Multi-lingual Notaries
Q: Who do your notaries prep/sign legal documents for?
A: Our notaries sign and perform doc prep services for individuals and businesses nationwide.
Q: What industries do you cover?
A: We serve the following industries:
- Real Estate
Q: How long does it take to get my documents?
A: The estimated turnaround time to get a draft of your requested documents from our legal document preparers is between 12 and 72 hours, depending on the complexity of the request.
We’re based out of Chattanooga, Tennessee, but our team is able to sign documents in person or remotely nationwide.
Please fill out the document form below. We will review your information and you’ll be contacted to discuss your document information, fees and payment options.