sure you have your forms and have read them throughly.
You are in charge of your own case. You are responsible for what
the forms say about what you want to do with them.
it's time to do adjustments. Write us an email to:
the email, state your adjustments in 1,2,3 order. Such as:
1. Please adjust my last name from Smith to Smyth.
2. Please adjust my address from 123 Oak St. to 123
3. On the Complaint form, in the child
support section, please adjust the child support amount from $300
a month to $150 bi-weekly.
4. On the Marital Settlement Agreement form, in the
property section, please make the Defendant responsible for the
credit card (5847) debt.
key to this adjustment process is stating your adjustments in a
CLEAR, CONCISE, AND EASY FORMAT. Basically, making it easy for the
Paperwork Processor to make the adjustments quickly.
4: At this point, it is also a good time to ask any questions
you may have that pertain to your papers. Remember, we do NOT give
any legal advice. We cannot give you any information on how you
should structure you case. That is what lawyers get paid to do.
If you have any questions about the legal matters of your case,
we encourage you to see a lawyer. Once you have the answers you
are looking for, you can always come back and have us adjust the
forms to be exactly what you want. No problem.
5: When you have all of these things written in an email;
send it to us. We will give you a confirmation email back, when
we receive your adjustments. The confirmation email will usually
come within 24-48 business hours (M-F).
6: When you get the adjusted forms back, this is the
time to look over your documents again, and make sure they say what
you want them to say. Repeat the adjustment process if needed.
7: Follow the Final Instructions and file the forms at
your Local County Courthouse. Good Luck.
We always do adjustments for free. So, if you need us, we will be