Seven customers of a McAllen firm that prepares legal documents for its clients have sued the company, saying it offered them faulty legal advice without having a license to practice law.
The women accuse Documents and More of making egregious mistakes on their divorce court filings that could have permanently affected child custody and property disputes with their former spouses.
“All of the money I paid them was for nothing,” said Diana Leticia Armendariz, a 33-year-old Peñitas mother who is now one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit filed Monday. “If I would have known, I would have gone to an attorney to begin with.”
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