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Our Services
• Small Claims • Unlawful Detainer and Evictions • Wills • Trust • Probate

 

 

 

 


Our Services
Small Claims Services:
Our team of professional’s interview, and prepare all pertinent Small Claims documents for each case.  In some case might require special paperwork, additional paperwork, and other items that the average litigant may do incorrectly or do not understand.  The result will be a loss of filing fees, and they lose their case before they even start.  We will complete your paperwork, which is the most important part to winning your case.
We offer a professional process service component that will investigate the multiple aliases, and perform the Service of Process on your named Plaintiff or Defendant. In all cases it is essential to file legal documents at the proper court house venue, and Jurisdiction that will settle your small claims case.
Unlawful detainer and Evictions:
We do represent the Landlord or Tenant in this type of legal case.  If the landlord requires help with the proper procedures to evict a tenant by preparing, and filing the required court papers to get an eviction judgement favor of the landlord.  The result will be the court will order the sheriff to evict the tenant.
The tenant does have legal rights in eviction cases.  Our team of professionals can provide the necessary court papers to stay in your rental residence by filing documents in the proper court house venue, and Jurisdiction. Unless you act now the court will rule in favor of landlords, and will get a court order directing the you to move out.
Our team of legal representatives can arrange a common agreement in Unlawful Detainer Cases even if the tenant is months behind on the rent.  The options are:
Ø  The tenant may continue to live in the property but pay for costs related to late payment of rent;
Ø  The tenant will move out of the property on an agreed date and leave the property in good condition;
Ø  The tenant will make back rent payments to the landlord/owner;
Ø  The landlord will make repairs to the property;
Ø  A judgment will not be entered against the tenant if he or she complies with the agreement; or
Ø  The unlawful detainer case will not appear on the tenant’s credit report.
We have a professional document process service component that will assist with the submission of legal documents to the proper court house venue, and Jurisdiction for your case.
Wills:
We can create a personalized legal document i.e. Will or Living Will tailored to identify who should receive your property i.e. home, cash, etc, defines who you want to carry out your wishes, and names guardians if you have minor children. All wills must be approved by probate court after you pass away.  Also, a Living Will can designate your preferences by appointing someone to carry out your health care wishes in a medical emergency.  This legal document is sometimes called an advance directive, health care directive, or medical power of attorney.
Trust:
Our company offers the following four living trust products, which are legal papers that our professionals are able to tailor to you specific case:
1.     Single Trust
A.    Assets are held in trust to avoid probate of the assets transferred to the trust.
 
2.     Joint A Trust (with optional B Trust) (aka Disclaimer Trust)
A.    Assets are held in trust during the settlors’ joint lives.  After on settlor dies, assets are divided into an A Trust, with the surviving settlor having a full control over those assets, and a B Trust, with the surviving settlor having limited control.  Assets are distributed to the beneficiaries’ after the surviving settlor dies.
 
3.     Joint A/B Trust 
A.    Assets are held in trust during the settlors’ joint lives.  After one settlor dies, assets are divided into an A Trust, with the surviving settlor having full control over those assets, and a B Trust, with the surviving settlor having limited control.  Assets are distributed to the beneficiaries after the surviving settlor dies.
 
4.     Joint A/B/C Trust
A.    The characteristic of an A/B/C Trust are the same as the A/B Trust except that on the first death, any of the deceased settlors’ property above $2 million is passed to a C Trust (also called a QTIP Trust) to postpone payment of estate taxes on property more than $2 million.  Generally appropriate for married couples with a combined estate greater than $4 million.
Probate:
The court system requires that a Personal representative or Estate Administrator oversee the settlement of the Decedent’s estate, i.e. validates terms of the will (if there is one), pay off legitimate creditors, and distributes remaining assets. Our legal professionals can provide the necessary legal support by creating a petition for probate. There is a sense of urgency to complete the legal process, and submitting this document in your local court will help your Personal representative or Estate Administrator avoid costly Probate Court fees, and Attorney fees in the future.