The Writing Source is dedicated to assisting its clients with research and writing needs for civil litigation documents as well as documents to support immigration visas and green cards.
For immigration matters, The Writing Source can prepare letters of reference and affidavits for various kinds of visas and green cards as well as business plans for E-2 and L-1 visas. We have experience working on challenging cases that may need extra attention. We can help your clients put together certain evidence for reference letters and/or affidavits that can make the difference between a denial or an approval on a visa or green card petition. We can also assist with responses to Requests for Evidence and any other writing needs you may have.
The Writing Source also provides litigation support for attorneys for their legal research and writing needs including: all types of motions, oppositions, and replies as well as complaints, answers and comprehensive written discovery plans. We have experience in drafting documents in many areas of law including real estate, construction, business disputes, contracts, probate, and family law.
The owner of The Writing Source, Amy Wicks, has a Juris Doctorate from the San Fernando Valley College of Law and has worked in the legal industry for more than 25 years. Ms. Wicks began her career in law in 1989 when she worked as a legal assistant at a civil litigation law firm in Encino, California where she learned all aspects of civil litigation, including trial work, as well as starting a judgment collection department. She then worked as a paralegal for ten years for a sole practitioner who specialized in civil litigation and trials. During this time she also attended law school. In 2006, she worked together with a newly licensed sole practitioner to help develop a civil litigation business. In 2011, Ms. Wicks began her own business working for immigration lawyers in preparing visas, green card petitions, drafting letters of reference, affidavits and business plans. In addition to the immigration work, she also worked with licensed attorneys in preparing civil litigation documents. She adapted quickly to the area of immigration law and has developed a thorough understanding of the industry.
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