A legal document assistant drafts and reviews forms and records for an attorney or client. They prepare required documents for a case, especially for clients who choose to represent themselves and need official documents for a lawsuit or court case. Confirming details and catching errors are essential to providing the best case possible for the client. Legal document assistants are not able to give any type of legal advice or counsel.
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