I highly recommend to stay away. retain a competent and licensed attorney - it is not that expansive, but better off in the long run.
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Only lawyers are authorized to practice law. The courts have ruled that giving advice and selecting the appropriate forms are considered the practice of law. Finally, you have recourse when a lawyer makes a material mistake. You will not have recourse with a non-lawyer.
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Stay away from websites that don't have a 'real' US-licensed attorney working on your case.
This website will give more information: http://www.stopnotariofraud.org/
PS Businesses are not 'acredited' by the BBB ... they merely haven't had any complaints ... there is a big difference.
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Lawyer's are licensed professionals who must not only abide by the laws, they must also abide by the rules of their state's licensing agency. These agencies have methods by which upset consumers can complain and file fee disputes and hold the attorneys accountable. The groups you are speaking of are nameless and faceless and may not even be headquartered in the US. Think of it terms of a doctor would you go to a licensed surgeon or an online group called www.rapidsurgery.com.
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Be SERIOUSLY careful of the things you read online. Websites like the one you mentioned, along with online forums, can give you wrong information. This is not a situation where you want to do the wrong thing, as there can be life-long consequences.
Being accredited by the BBB is not a very good indicator of a business' legitimacy, either.