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DW Legal Services, LLC

Arizona Certified Legal Document Preparation

Since 2004, we've been working hard everyday to provide the best service for our clients. We customize our offerings based on specific needs, so get in touch today to receive a free initial quote.

All About DW Legal Services LLC

Our Background


Danielle has been a paralegal since 2004. She has a wealth of experience in many different areas. Her expertise encompasses all aspects of estate planning, including: preparation of revocable/irrevocable trusts, wills, and powers of attorney for financial and health care. She assists clients with asset funding, and real estate transfers. In addition to estate planning, Danielle has worked in the areas of probate, estate administration, corporate matters, and family law.


Danielle holds an Associates of Science Degree in Paralegal Studies from Everest College.

Danielle attends hours of continuing education every year to keep her knowledge up to date with industry trends and legal changes.

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Professional Services


We offer document preparation in the areas of:
Estate Planning
Revocable/Irrevocable Trusts
Powers of  Attorney

Some other services we offer:
Deed Recording
Death Certificate Recording

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What is an Arizona Legal Document Preparer?


In Arizona, individuals who prepare legal documents and legal document preparation companies are certified and regulated by the Arizona Supreme Court. In order to achieve the certification necessary to operate as a legal document preparer or legal document preparation company, you must first satisfy requirements for experience, knowledge and ethics.

First of all, an Arizona legal document preparer must have significant previous experience preparing legal documents for filing in Arizona Courts. This experience is most commonly gained by previous work in a law firm as a paralegal or legal assistant. 

Next, an individual applying to become an Arizona legal document preparer, must take and pass a comprehensive written exam regarding document preparation, Arizona laws, ethics and Arizona Courts.

Finally, once meeting these requirements, the legal document preparer must undergo and pass a thorough FBI background check. The requirements for experience and knowledge are fairly self-explanatory, but you might wonder why an FBI background check is necessary.

The reason for an extensive background check is because document preparers gather sensitive data in the course of preparing legal documents and they must have a proven track record of acting in an ethically and morally responsible manner. Some of the sensitive data that will be gathered when you employ the services of a legal document preparer are the name, address, date of birth and social security number of all parties involved (including minor children in divorce and custody cases), as well as details about income, finances and accounts. Sensitive data of this nature is required for most types of Arizona Court filings.

In addition to the prerequisites necessary to become an Arizona legal document preparer, there are also requirements to maintain certification. Not the least of which is completing at least ten hours of continuing legal education each year, with at least one hour dedicated to ethics. As you can see, ethics and the ability to maintain confidential information are of the utmost importance when it comes to Arizona legal document preparers.

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3461 E. Camino St
Mesa, AZ 85213


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