Store Location: Albany, NY – Legal Document Preparation
Professional Legal Document Preparation in Albany, New York
There are many different circumstances that could lead you to become involved in a legal matter in Albany, New York. Fortunately, We The People has an Albany office with trained and professional legal document preparers to assist you.
These are some of the many services that we can offer you assistance with in our Albany office.
Divorce and Legal Separation in Albany
Overall, New Yorkers have one of the lowest divorce rates in the nation, but that certainly doesn’t mean that there still aren’t plenty of couples looking to go their separate ways. Warren County and Saratoga County typically see more divorces than Albany County within the 11-county capital region. In recent years, Albany County has seen a per-capita divorce rate of 2.56, which has placed it at number 52 of the 62 counties in New York.
If you are filing for an uncontested divorce in Albany, there are still plenty of forms to fill out and file with the County Clerk’s Office. These include a Summons with Notice or Summons and Complaint, Notice of Automatic Orders, Notice Concerning Continuation of Health Care Coverage, and Settlement Agreement. Legal separation requires a different set of documents that we can help you navigate through as well.
LLC – Incorporation in Albany
If you are starting a new business in Albany, we can help you complete the forms you need to finalize the process. On our website, we provide a helpful PDF brochure to help you determine which type of corporation may best suit your business needs and goals.
Filing for Bankruptcy in Albany
We can also assist you with the paperwork you need to complete to file for bankruptcy in the Northern District of New York. Chapter 7 bankruptcy often takes a few months to complete and wipes out unsecured debt, such as medical debt and credit card debt.
Meanwhile, a Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing typically takes several years to complete and requires you to repay a portion of your debts and stick to a court-mandated budget, rather than giving up your property. You may be able to save money on your bankruptcy proceedings by representing yourself and working with us to ensure the documents are prepared properly.
Wills in Albany
If you do not establish a will during your lifetime, then it’s up to the court to decide how your assets and property will be distributed upon death. Wills are also important for parents in Albany who have young children because a will allows you to state who you want to be responsible for the care of your children (guardian) and their inheritance (custodian).
Deeds in Albany
To finalize your real estate deal without the added expense of attorney’s fees, contact our Albany office at 518-435-9110 or via email at info@WeThePeopleAlbany.com. We’ll help you prepare the forms you need that confirm that an interest, right or property that has passed from one hand to another.
Once your real estate deed is officially signed and notarized, it must be properly recorded or filed with the land authorities in the county of the property. We can also assist you with deeds of trust in our Albany office, which are used to transfer a property title from a borrower to a trustee to hold the title as collateral for a loan.
Name Changes in Albany
There are many life events that warrant a name change in Albany, such as a marriage, divorce, adoption, or personal preference. We can help you complete a petition to file with the court that cites your reason to get the name change process started.
Albany, New York Location Summary
Our Albany office is located at 900 Central Avenue, in The Hannaford Plaza,
near the intersection of Colvin Avenue and Central Avenue. We’re open and ready to serve you from 10am to 6pm on weekdays and from 10am to 2pm on Saturdays. To find us, from Interstate 90, take exit 155 for Everett Avenue towards Central Avenue.
We The People is one of the most trusted names in Legal Document Preparation for more than 25 years, and we would welcome the opportunity to serve you in our Albany office. If you wish to represent yourself (pro se) in an uncontested legal matter, we’ll assist you with the preparation and typing of legal documents to court standards, as well as walk you through the process.
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