For your convenience, our most common client questions are answered right here.

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Q: Can you give legal advice?

A: No, we are NOT attorneys and DO NOT give legal advice.

Q: Can you represent me in court?

A: No, we are NOT attorneys and DO NOT give legal advice NOR can we represent you in court.

Q: After hired for a service, how long does your company take to prepare documents?

A: Depending on the service, we usually ask our clients to allow 2-7 days for us to complete a service.

Q: Are your services expensive?

A: Our fees are very reasonable.  Please contact us for price inquiries.       

Q:  What is the duty of a Document Preparer?

A: Document preparers gather all the necessary information from their client in order to fill out the document they were hired to prepare.  The client is then responsible for filing or recording the completed document and to follow up with anything that takes place thereafter.  The Document Preparer’s job is done the minute the completed document is handed over to the client.

Q:  What’s the difference between hiring an attorney and hiring a document preparer?

A: An attorney gives legal advice and can represent you in court while a document preparer is not allowed to give legal advice and cannot represent you in court.  A document preparer charges way less than an attorney but the client has to file “pro se”.  Pro se is latin for oneself – on your own’s behalf.  A document preparer can save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars in some situations.

Q: Do you prepare both personal and business tax returns?

A: We only provide Personal Income Tax Preparation services at this time, Business Tax Preparation services will be available in the near future.

Q: Do you perform same sex marriages?

A: Yes