Civil Services - paralegal document services.

Civil services document preparation – Civil law can be challenging without the knowledge of the court rules and procedures. Whether you need assistance with civil complaints, answers to complaints, motions, demurrers, writs, litigation discovery, and even name changes we handle it all for you. Contact our office today as these documents are time-sensitive as to the statute of limitations and responding time-frames, you don’t want to lose your case before it even gets started due to untimely filing, let us help.

Civil Complaint

A civil complaint initiates a civil lawsuit by setting forth for the court a claim for relief from damages caused, or wrongful conduct engaged in by a defendant(s). Our office prepares your civil complaint and provides you with information as to specific causes of actions that are set forth in these complaints to allow you choose the cause of action based on the facts of your case. Civil law is complicated and fast-paced in the required filings that are mandatory according to the Code of Civil Procedures. Our office can take you through this process with ease towards a final judgment.

Answer to Complaint

If you have been served with a summons and complaint and are being sued, you have a limited amount of time to respond to the complaint and failure on your part to timely respond could result in a default judgment entered against you in which you would forfeit your right to respond and the suing party would prevail. Don’t let this happen to you, please call us today to get your answer prepared, filed and served in a timely manner.

Civil Motions - filing a civil motion.

When you are involved in a civil lawsuit, whether you are the plaintiff who filed the civil complaint or the defendant who answered, you may request the court order something outside the normal litigation process such as motion to dismiss the case, motion to quash, motion to set-aside, our office can assist you with these detailed civil motions which require knowledge of the rules of court as to what is required to be set-forth in these types of documents.