About Us

A NEW Profession in California

For the first time, a new California law known as SB1418 authorizes non-lawyers to prepare legal documents for people doing their own legal tasks. Effective January 1, 2000, these non-lawyers, called Legal Document Assistants, may:




Christina Hernandez is the owner and legal document assistant of Attorney Assisted.

Christina began working in the legal industry as a file clerk in 1985. She was then promoted to a receptionist, and later a legal secretary. Having earned a degree in Paralegal Studies in 1992, Christina worked at several law firms from 1992 until 2005 in the areas of Family Law, Civil Litigation, Employment Litigation, Education Law and Workers Compensation. In 2005, she purchased Attorney Assisted California Centers.

Her specialties include: Divorce, Custody, Child Support, Visitation Modification, Qualified Domestic Relations Orders, Wage Assignments, Living Trusts, Adoptions




We are not attorneys. We can only provide self-help services at your specific direction. Attorney Assisted California Centers is not a law firm, and cannot represent customers, select legal forms, or give legal or tax advice. Services are provided at customers’ request and are not substitute for advice of a lawyer. Because legal needs vary from individual to individual, you should seek the advice of trained professionals if you have any questions regarding the selection of appropriate forms or the completion of an Attorney Assisted California Centers form or workbook. Prices do not include court costs.