Upon payment a legal document preparer will reach out to schedule a conference, either via telephone or video and will also be sending a questionnaire to start the preparation of the documents requested.
A will is a written direction controlling the disposition of property at death.
It is a written statement of the kind of medical care you want or do not want if you become unable to make your own decisions.
A legal document delegating authority from one person to another.
Options: Limited, General, and Durable.
It is a document naming another person as your representative to make medical decisions for you if you are unable to make them yourself.
*Remote online notarization included
Legal Document Services of Central Florida is committed to providing affordable, accurate and accessible legal document services. If you wish to represent yourself (pro se) in uncontested legal matters, our Orlando legal document preparation services include form preparation, court filing assistance, remote online notarization, translation services, and more. We offer convenient virtual services and are certified by DocVerify for secure electronic signature and remote online notarization. We do not provide legal advice or representation. Clients rely on us for expert document preparation at reasonable prices.
Franchesca Kerr established Legal Document Services of Central Florida to help individuals with low-cost legal document services. She stands on the front lines making sure all our clients get the service they deserve. Mrs. Kerr’s love for law began when she majored in legal studies at University of Central Florida. At the same time, she was working for Morgan & Morgan, a personal injury law firm, where she assisted hundreds of clients and worked in a variety of cases. After she graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies, Mrs. Kerr began working at Colling, Gilbert, Wright & Carter, another personal injury law firm, where she gained more experience in trial preparation, court rules, and legal document preparation. Over the course of her employment, she worked in various areas of law and other prestigious law firms in the Orlando area. Mrs. Kerr met the requirements and became a Florida Registered Paralegal with the Florida Bar while working under the supervision of an attorney in the Winter Park area. She is now an active member of the American Bar Association, National Association of Legal Assistants, and Florida Legal Association Legal Document Preparer.