According to the California Association of Legal Document Assistants (CALDA), Legal Document Assistants (LDAs) may:

  • Distribute to their customers legal materials that have been published or approved by a lawyer;
  • Prepare the customers’ legal documents under the direction of their customers;
  • File the customers’ legal documents in the appropriate courts.

CALDA has a search form to help you find the LDA most convenient to your location.

Interested in becoming an LDA?  They have information on that too.  To qualify, you must:

  • Register with each County in which you will work
  • Post a $25,000 Bond
  • Establish a minimum level of experience and/or education