Legal Document Professionals & Notary Service is committed to providing you timely & cost effective solutions in the areas of: Living Trusts/Wills, Evictions, Probate, Conservatorships, LLC formation, Marriage/Domestic Partnership Dissolution
A power of attorney or letter of attorney is a written authorization to represent or act on another’s behalf in private affairs, business, or some other legal matter. The person authorizing the other to act is the principal, grantor, or donor. The one authorized to act is the agent, attorney, or in some common law jurisdictions, the attorney-in-fact. (wikipedia)
John is a National Notary Association Certified Loan Singing Agent and can offer efficient and timely professional services to the mortgage industry. He values integrity and client service and you can be assured that you’re getting a dependable and professional signing agent for whatever your needs may be.
Don’t forget-John is also a Registered and Bonded Legal Document Assistant who is experienced in doing Deed Preparation. He can offer solutions for a variety of mortgage related needs.
Simple Living Trusts
We provide you with a detailed living trust; pour over will, health care directive, certification of trust; power of attorney, Schedule of Assets; preparation of one deed and an organizer for easy access. Our fee of $785.00 for a single person and $945.00 for a couple includes notarization and recording fees.
No hidden costs.
We charge a flat rate based upon the complexity of your situation
Streamlined and cost-effective solutions. We do what’s best for you-not our billings.
We are responsive and don’t charge for consultations or conversations.
Stress Free and comfortable interaction.
The commitment to not only meeting but exceeding your expectations.
John Kopilow holds a paralegal certificate and has owned Legal Document Professionals & Notary Service since 2011. His journey to becoming a committed Legal Document Assistant began with his experiences as an executor and a small claims lawsuit.
John served as executor of his parent’s estate which was done incompetently and caused him much stress and grief. Following that experience, while a small business owner, he had to take a client to small claims court for non-payment of fees. After winning his case he faced the difficulty of collecting the judgment. This led him to enlist the help of a Judgment Recovery professional and he eventually took a course in this area and opened up his own business where he successfully satisfied judgments for creditors.
During the economic crisis, the Judgment Recovery business became increasingly difficult. This is when John decided to apply his past experiences as an executor and small legal business owner and created Legal Document Professionals & Notary Service.