COURT SOURCE, INC.
ELECTRONIC CONTRACT FOR COURT DOCUMENT PREPARATION SERVICES
(UNDER THE "ESIGN" ACT)
This Contract for Court Document preparation Services (this "Contract") is made effective as of
TODAY'S DATE, by and between Court Source, Inc., a Florida Corporation, with its principal office of
business activity located at 116 S.E. Magnolia Extension, Ocala, Florida 34471 , whose mailing address is
Post Office Box 1011, Silver Springs, Florida 34489 for purposes of mailing under this contract and
YOUR FULL LEGAL NAME UPON SIGNING THIS CONTRACT_In this Contract, the party or parties
who is contracting to receive services will be referred to hereinafter singularly or collectively as "Client,"
and the party who will be providing the services will be referred to hereinafter as “CS”.
- DISCLOSURE FROM NONLAWYER CS or any affiliates or representatives thereof may not give legal advice, cannot tell you what your rights or remedies are, cannot tell you how to testify in court, and cannot represent you in court. Rule 10-2.1(b) of the Rules Regulating The Florida Bar defines a paralegal as a person who works under the supervision of a member of The Florida Bar and who performs specifically delegated substantive legal work for which a member of The Florida Bar is responsible. Only persons who meet the definition may call themselves paralegals. CS or any affiliates or representatives thereof are non-lawyers and cannot call themselves paralegals. CS or any affiliates or representatives thereof may only type the factual information provided by the Client in writing to fill in the blanks on the form. CS or any affiliates or representatives thereof may not help the Client fill in the form and may not complete the form for the Client. If using a form approved by the Supreme Court of Florida, CS or any affiliates or representatives thereof, may ask the Client factual questions to fill in the blanks on the form and may also tell the Client how to file the form.