Your Notary/Paralegal, Bridgette D. Savoy, is a native of Lafayette Parish, and like all Cajuns, has a flair for the arts and a true appreciation for fine Cajun foods! As a child, Bridgette found herself engrossed and inspired by criminal law shows such as Perry Mason, Murder She Wrote, and Magnum P.I. She began working as a paralegal in 2010 and in 2012 received her Statewide Commission as a Notary Public. She saw a need in the Acadiana community for mobile notary services and immediately began offering her services. Over the past decade, she has worked as an independent Paralegal and Notary. Her commission, coupled with her experience as a paralegal, has afforded her a wealth of knowledge she passes on to help those in need resolve their legal adversities without the cost of hiring an attorney.
Meet Cisco.... the real legal beagle
As a Statewide Commissioned Louisiana Notary, Bridgette is allowed to draft, prepare, and execute affidavits, acknowledgments, and other authentic acts throughout the entire state of Louisiana. As a Mobile Notary, Bridgette has been involved in closings related to the purchase of new homes, refinancing, loan modifications, and numerous other closing documents. As a Notary, she has also assisted clients with the filing of court documents such as Last Will and Testament. According to the Louisiana Notary Public, utilizing an experienced, commissioned Louisiana Notary Public versus an attorney can be a cost-effective way to handle your personal and public business in addition to a convenient alternative for preparing and executing legal documents. Unlike many other states, a Louisiana Notary holds a broad range of powers not allowed elsewhere and Bridgette makes it all come together.
When Bridgette is not doing all things legal, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, which usually involves watching crime shows, as well as line dancing, playing pickleball, long walks and bicycle rides, and of course shopping! But if you want to know what she enjoys most in this life..... meet Cisco. He's in charge of balancing the scales at home!
Just Write Paralegal and Notary is not an attorney, nor do we give or get paid, for legal advice. JWPN is a Statewide recognized Notary and supplies appropriate documentation for clients and will go to the courthouse when necessary to file such documents. We adhere to all ethical and legal standards set forth in the state of Louisiana while abiding by general principles of proper conduct.