RM Remote Services
PARALEGAL ・ LEGAL SECRETARY ・ NOTARY ・ SIGNING AGENT
REMOTE PARALEGAL & LEGAL SECRETARY
RM Remote Services ("RRS") provide virtual Paralegal and Legal Secretary services to attorneys who are seeking more efficient and less expensive solutions for litigation case management. With 20+ years of experience, RRS is committed to bringing you results in the most efficient way possible.
AREAS OF LAW - STATE OF TEXAS
Appellate | Bankruptcy | Civil Litigation | Banking and Finance | Estate Planning | Probate Law Intellectual Property | Real Estate | Trust Administration | Wills and Trusts
Commissioned Notary Public authorized to conduct Remote Online Notaries for the State of Texas.
Services are available 24 hours, 7 days a week, including holidays.
RM Remote Services is able to respond to any urgent or pressing matter.
Certified and Background Screened Notary Signing Agent.
Traditional Loans | New Construction Loans | Reverse Mortgage Loans | Refinance Loans | VA Loans
A discounted cost of services for all members of the Armed Forces,
First Responders (law enforcement, firefighters, and EMTs), and Teachers.
During my career in the legal industry, I utilized problem-solving skills on a daily basis and worked with people at all levels. I was also trained to work independently within the scope of an attorney’s intent and I reinforced this experience in the firms I have worked with, in which I was responsible for providing perfect work product the first time.
As a Texas state commissioned notary and a member of the National Notary Association, I follow the guidelines and regulations to ensure that all acts I perform are to the highest standards and ethics. All services I provide are transparent in pricing and all records of notarial acts are meticulously kept.
DISCLAIMER: RM REMOTE SERVICES is not a law firm, does not act as your attorney, and is not a substitute for advice from an attorney. RM REMOTE SERVICES does not provide any legal advice, and none of the information provided herein or on any completed document should be construed as legal advice.
Texas notaries are not Attorneys licensed to practice law.