Store Location: Los Angeles / Koreatown, CA – Legal Document Preparation
2560 W. Olympic Blvd., Suite 202
Los Angeles, CA 90006
(LDA# 551, Los Angeles County)
Legal Document & Form Preparation in Koreatown, Los Angeles
There are many reasons that you may require legal assistance in the Central Los Angeles neighborhood of Koreatown. Divorce, guardianship, immigration, living trusts & living wills, and establishing a power of attorney are just a few of the most common legal needs we can help you with in our office.
Divorce Assistance in Koreatown, CA
According to recent statistics, at least 195,205 people in Los Angeles, or 7% of the city’s population, is divorced. In Koreatown, the LA Times reported about 7.8% of females were divorced and about 5.4% of males.
Getting a divorce in Koreatown can be a challenge if you don’t have a strong support system of legal guidance. At We The People, we specialize in divorce paperwork that meets all the legal requirements for the state of California and the city of Los Angeles.
Guardianship Assistance in Koreatown, CA
In order to secure guardianship in Koreatown, you must petition the Los Angeles court, and the Superior Court of California for the County of Los Angeles has a Guardianship Pro Se Assistance Program in many courthouses to help you with this process if you can’t afford an attorney.
We assist individuals and families in Koreatown with guardianship matters on a regular basis and have the knowledge and expertise to help you represent yourself and adhere to the court’s standards.
Living Trust/Living Wills in Koreatown, CA
Living trusts and living wills are very different documents, but we can help you prepare both types in our Koreatown office. Living trusts enable you to outline your last wishes and appoint someone you trust to carry them out. With the proper legal forms, we can help you avoid probate, name guardians for minor children in your family, and even transfer assets into a trust to pass on to beneficiaries after your death.
On the other hand, living wills are health care directives that enable you to make decisions about life support and organ donation before you ever become ill. The decision to sign a living will is a very personal one, so it’s important to complete the right forms to ensure that your wishes are carried out by someone you trust to manage your healthcare.
Immigration Help in Koreatown, CA
Many immigrants have moved to Koreatown and made this neighborhood their home over the years. That’s why immigration assistance in Koreatown is so important to us at this local We The People office.
In Koreatown, approximately 68% of residents, that’s an estimated 78,221 people, are foreign born, which is considerably higher than the average for the city of Los Angeles. Census data shows that about 28.6% of these foreign born residents are from Korea and about 23.9% from Mexico.
Let us help you navigate the complex world of immigration law through professional document preparation you can rely on.
Power of Attorney Forms in Koreatown, CA
At some point in your life, you may require a power of attorney to make financial or healthcare decisions for you either temporarily or permanently. The most common forms you will need to make this designation in California are a Durable Power of Attorney Form, General Power of Attorney Form, Guardianship Power of Attorney Form, Limited Power of Attorney Form, Medical Power of Attorney Form, Tax Power of Attorney Form, and Vehicle Power of Attorney Form.
Contact us today in our Koreatown office at 213-389-2200 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about how we can assist you with your power of attorney forms and much more.
From the intersection of Eighth Street and Western Avenue and beyond, We The People understands the legal needs of the people in Koreatown and is eager to assist you. We The People has been one of the most trusted names in legal document preparation for more than 25 years. If you wish to represent yourself (pro se) in uncontested legal matters, we’ll assist you with the preparation and typing of legal documents to adhere to court standards and walk you through the process every step of the way.