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Saramarie Robinson

10318 E. Corbin Ave.       Mesa, AZ 85212                         866.362.0036



(602) 487-7158



Main Office

10318 E. Corbin Ave. Mesa, AZ 85212


8am – 5pm

Saturday & Sunday
Appointment Only


Common Questions

Do I have to pay court filing fees?

Yes. Please be advised that costs for court fees, corporation commissin fees, recording fees, filing fees, process service fees, posting fees, TSG reports, fingerprinting fees, publication fees, etc. are subject to change and are not included in our document preparation fees.

Certified Document Preparer VS paralegal

A “paralegal” is defined by the State Bar of Arizona as a person with legal knowledge, training and experience, who works on behalf of a client  “under” the supervision of an attorney.

An Arizona Certified Legal Document Preparer, “AZCLDP” is certified by the Arizona Supreme Court to provide services to the public “without” the supervision of an attorney.

It is common for AZCLDP’s to sometimes be referred to as “paralegals” however the work they provide is restricted to:

  • Preparation of any legal documents for the public, as long as they do not provide legal advice or attempt to represent someone in court.
  • Providing assistance in the areas of Family, Bankruptcy, Estate Planning and Business Law.
  • Providing assistance only, as the clients are essentially the attorney of their own cases and as such are responsible for their own documents.  (A paralegal works under an attorney who is ultimately responsible for a client’s case and documents.)
  • Is not bound by the attorney-client privilege, and therefore if ordered by the court, an AZCLDP would have to disclose information.

If a paralegal who is not certified as an AZCLDP by the state of Arizona, prepares documents for a client without the direct supervision of an attorney, he/she is engaging in the unauthorized practice of law.

Do you have attorneys at DPA?

No. We will, at no cost to you, refer you to an attorney for a phone consultation if you have legal advice questions.  If you feel you need to hire an attorney to represent you, you should.  We have the best referrals for you. Our most important goal is your satisfaction and while we want your business, we don’t want it at the expense of losing your confidence and continued patronage.  We’d much rather have your referral.

What is the difference between a Will and a Trust?

If a person dies without a valid will, Arizona law determines who inherits the estate. If a person dies with a will, they will usually determines who gets the property of the person who died. A will can also be used to say who should take care of children under the age of 18, or someone who is disabled.

Trusts are estate planning tools that name a trustee to manage a person’s assets during his or her lifetime, and tells the trustee how to distribute those assets when the person dies. Unlike a will, a trust can reduce or eliminate estate taxes, and the need for probate court.

Available 7 Days a Week

Arizona Certified Legal Document Preparer

Preparing accurate, dependable legal documents. You know what you want or need to do. We create the completed documents necessary to meet your legal document needs.
Saramarie Robinson – Principal AZCLDP #82050