Certified Legal Document Preparer AZCLDP #82046
Tiffany is Arizona Supreme Court Certified as a Legal Document Preparer and is an Arizona Notary Public. She graduated from Everest College with an Associate Degree in Legal Assisting in 2004 and has nearly 20 years of paralegal experience. Her experience includes Family Law, Business Law, Estate Planning and Probate. Tiffany also created and developed a hands-on Paralegal Training Program at Altrain Assisting Academy, a trade school located in Glendale, Arizona. Tiffany loves sharing her knowledge and experience of the legal field with her students.
Tannis is a Legal Document Preparer in training as defined by the Arizona Supreme Court. She has 11 years of professional administrative and business experience. Tannis is also a Professional Resume Writer and Arizona Notary Public.
Legal Docs, LLC is a Certified Legal Document Preparer Business, Certified by the Arizona Supreme Court. Our mission is to provide quality and affordable legal document preparation and procedural assistance! All work is completed by Arizona Certified Legal Document Preparer.
What is a Legal Document Preparer?
The Arizona Code of Judicial Administration § 7-208 (A) defines a legal document preparer as “an individual or business entity certified to prepare or provide legal documents, without the supervision of an attorney, for an entity or a member of the public who is engaging in self representation in any legal matter.”
What is the difference between a Paralegal and a Legal Document Preparer?
Supreme Court of Arizona Rule 31: The Regulation of the Practice of Law defines a paralegal as “a person qualified by education and training who performs substantive legal work, which requires a sufficient knowledge and expertise of legal concepts and procedures, who is supervised by an active member of the State Bar of Arizona and for whom an active member of the state bar is responsible, unless otherwise authorized by Supreme Court Rule”. Therefore, a paralegal is under the supervision of a licensed attorney. A certified legal document preparer does not require supervision by a licensed attorney.