My services include the following: Contract/freelance Paralegal; Mobile Notary Public; I-9 Authorized Representative/Immigration Forms Specialist; Real Estate Signing Agent; Virtual Assistant (clerical support to technical website services); Proofreading and Editing; Bookkeeping, Accounting, Financial Analysis; Social Media; Customer Service and Support; Website and Network Security Analysis and Consulting, and more!
As a Paralegal, I am unable to give legal advice – this is to protect you, the consumer. As a Paralegal, I can assist you in selecting, typing, transcribing, or translating the appropriate form(s) for your situation. I would be precluded by law from the rendering of any other assistance with the preparation, review, analysis, or completion of materials in person, in writing, electronically, or otherwise. Please be advised that should a situation arise in which your needs could be perceived as requiring legal counsel, I will err on the side of caution and refer you to an attorney for advice on the matter, both to avoid the unauthorized practice of law, but primarily to ensure that you receive the best quality of service and legal representation possible. I realize this could pose an inconvenience to some clients, and I thank you in advance for your understanding and patience.
“Further, as a Notary Public, I am not an attorney licensed to practice law and may not give legal advice about immigration or any other legal matter or accept fees for legal advice.” Misunderstandings have arisen in the past from cultural or language differences among consumers, many of whom may not have realized that notaries public in this country differ in powers and duties from their counterparts in other lands; the title of notary public may encompass broader duties in other countries where the “notary” may be the equivalent of a legal advocate. While “notario” or “notario publico” in civil law countries may be synonymous with “attorney”, in the United States a notary public holds strictly a “witness” position. A U.S. notary is authorized to: administer oaths and affirmations; take acknowledgments; execute jurats for affidavits and other verifications; take proof of deeds; execute protests for nonpayment or non-acceptance. Further, a U.S. notary public may not prepare a legal document, give advice on legal matters, or appear as a representative of another person in a legal proceeding.
Your matters will be treated with the utmost professionalism, and I will do everything in my power to ensure that your legal rights and professional needs are of primary concern.
Founder, Owner, and President
Rear View Mirror Solutions Ltd
108 Orange Street, Suite 16
Bloomfield, NJ 07003