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Lady  Doc Legal & Professional Services LLC is NOT a law firm, and  will NOT act as your attorney. Please note the information and legal  document service provided is not a substitute for the advice of an  attorney. At lady Doc Legal & Professional Services LLC, we cannot  provide legal advice and will only provide self-help Legal Document  Preparation per your request and under your direction. Please note this  site is not intended to establish or create an attorney-client  relationship, therefore by using this site and/or our Legal Document  Preparation Services, there will NOT be an attorney-client relationship  established between us. Meaning, you the Pro Se Litigant will be  representing yourself in any and all legal matters that we provide Legal  Document Preparation. As our commitment to you, we will provide a  complete review of your Legal Documents that we have provided once  completed. However, it is fully up to you to review and proof-read the  documents for any errors prior to final delivery. Moreover, at no time  does Lady Doc Legal & Professional Services LLC, review your  documents for legal conclusions, or provide legal advice.

If you  have legal questions or need legal advice, you should consult with a  licensed attorney within your geographical area. Lady Doc Legal &  Professional Services LLC, is NOT responsible for any loss, injury,  claim, liability, and or damage related to your use of our website and  any site linked to this site. This includes: From Errors or Omissions in  the content of our site whether the site is down or any other use of  this site. The use of this site is at your own risk and or discretion.

***Non-Lawyer Disclosure***

Prior to service(s) You must agree & acknowledge to the following:

Andrea  Mathis told me that she is a not an attorney and that she may not give  legal advice, cannot tell me what my rights or remedies are, cannot tell  me how to testify in court, and cannot represent me in court.

Rule  10-2.1(b) of the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar defines a paralegal  as a person who works under the supervision of a member of The Florida  Bar and who performs specifically delegated substantive legal work for  which a member of The Florida Bar is responsible. Only persons who meet  the definition may call themselves paralegals. Andrea Mathis, informed  me that she is not a paralegal and cannot call herself a paralegal.

Andrea Mathis told me that she may only type the factual information provided by me in writing into the blanks on the form.

Andrea  Mathis may not help me fill in the form and may not complete the form  for me. If using a form approved by the Supreme Court of Florida, Andrea  Mathis, may ask me factual questions to fill in the blanks on the form  and may also tell me how to file the form.

**Please note a hard copy of the Non-Lawyer Disclosure must also be signed and dated before services begin***