Small Claims Walnut Creek CA | Legal Document Professionals & Notary Service | preparation of a demand letter and complaint
-We prepare and file all documents from initial petition to petition for distribution for a flat $5000. This includes all newspaper publication and mailing expenses. Payment is upfront and we do prorate if you have already begun the process.
-Includes preparation of a demand letter and complaint. This also includes mailing of demand letter and filing of complaint and proof of service for $150.00. Does not include filing fees or process of service
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What is the difference Chapter 7 and 11?
Chapter 7 is a “liquidation” bankruptcy that doesn’t require a repayment plan but does require you to sell some assets to pay creditors. Chapter 11 is a “reorganization” bankruptcy for businesses that allows them to maintain day-to-day operations while creating a plan to repay creditors.
According to irs.gov, Liquidation under Chapter 7 is a common form of bankruptcy. It is available to individuals who cannot make regular, monthly, payments toward their debts. Businesses choosing to terminate their enterprises may also file Chapter 7. Chapter 7 provides relief to debtors regardless of the amount of debts owed or whether a debtor is solvent or insolvent. A Chapter 7 Trustee is appointed to convert the debtor’s assets into cash for distribution among creditors.
According to California Courts, Bankruptcy is a legal process to help debtors (people who owe money) get relief from the debts they cannot pay and, at the same time, help creditors (people who are owed money) get paid from whatever property or assets the debtor has that he or she does not need to live. Deciding to file for bankruptcy is a very tough decision. You may be feeling overwhelmed and bankruptcy seems like the only option. But think about the decision carefully because it can really affect you for a long time. Also, bankruptcy does not remove all debt, and there are certain types of debt that cannot be discharged (eliminated) in bankruptcy.
Mobile Notary Services in Concord CA, Walnut Creek CA
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. Rate is $15 per signature plus applicable travel fee. Will vary by location.
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We provide you with a detailed living trust; pour over will, health care and financial powers of attorney, certification of trust; HIPPA authorization and preparation, notarization and recording of one deed and an organizer for easy access. Our fee of $950.00 for a single person and $1,150.00 for a couple includes notarization and recording fees. $150.00 fee applies to rush services
We will prepare; complete and record your deed for you. Our fee will is $150.00. This includes notarization and recording fees. County transfer taxes not included. $100.00 fee applies to rush services
Small Claims Walnut Creek CA Includes preparation of a demand letter and complaint. Small claims court is a special court where disputes are resolved quickly and inexpensively. In small claims court, the rules are simplified and the hearing is informal. Attorneys are generally not allowed. The person who files the claim is called the plaintiff.
Do you need a lawyer for small claims court?
You do not need a lawyer to represent you at a Small Claims Court.
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We provide preparation; filing and notarization of all documents in a default judgment marital dissolution proceeding. This does not include the initial filing fee of $435.00. Optional Marital Settlement Agreement assistance is available for $65.00
The fee for this service is $1400.00 if there are no minor children involved. For dissolutions with 1 minor child it is an additional $500.00 and $100.00 for each additional child. Both parties are required to attend any meetings and any disagreements between both parties must be resolved individually or in court mediation.