If you have evidence of a crime, report it to the police.
Also, if you believe a person is practicing law without a law license, report that to the California Bar.
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If you believe this individual is engaged in the Unauthorized Practice of Law, report the UPL to the California State Bar.
If you believe the individual is also committing crimes such as forgery, then report it to your local law enforcement agency.
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Engaging in the practice of law without a law license is a crime. The District Attorney of your county or the Attorney General of California has jurisdiction to charge and prosecute violators of that offense.
Simply providing forms and assisting in the filling out of forms is as far as any non-attorney can go in helping "clients" with their legal matters. Giving advice about what various items on the form mean, or advising on the effect of various laws are a violation of law for a non-licensed person. Appearing on behalf of another in court is strictly forbidden.
If you have become aware of criminal conduct by a person or company engaged in the unauthorized practice of law, you have the right to report that violation to the authorities.
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