angie walters, co-owner/legal document assistant/paralegal
Angie Walters began her legal career in 1986 as a legal secretary working at various law firms throughout the Sacramento, California, area. Working full-time and attending night school, Angie obtained her paralegal certificate at American River College in 1991. Graduating in 1994, Angie received her AA Degree in Legal Document Assisting with honors. Then, in May 2005, Angie formed ASAP Legal. In 2006, Angie became a registered and bonded legal document assistant in Placer County. Currently, Angie has over 30 years of legal experience. She oversees and handles the legal document preparation division of ASAP Legal.
Angie served on the Board of Directors of the California Association of Legal Document Assistants from 2007 to 2011. She has also volunteered as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for children of Placer County.
Angie leads a sewing group (that started in 2010) that sews projects for charity. The group projects include Project Linus (blankets for children) and creates dresses and shorts for Africa, wheelchair walker bags for nursing homes, and rice bags for the Me-One Foundation. Angie is also a committee member of the Foothill Quilters Guild and enjoys quilting.
Marty walters, co-owner/registered process server
Marty Walters began his career with ASAP Legal in 2006. Seeing the potential for growth--in January of 2007, he focused on overseeing the company’s process serving and court filing division, which handles all sorts of legal services, including skiptracing.
As a bonded and registered California process server, Marty has continued to expand the divisions in counties throughout Northern California. Marty has been asked to speak on process serving to organizations such as Sacramento Legal Secretaries Association and the Placer County Legal Professionals Association.
In addition, he also has volunteered as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for children of Placer County. Marty's continuing education on the ever-changing legal codes in California gives him the knowledge to continue to train independent process servers in the field. Additionally, Marty has served on the security team at his local church and has worked with the interfaith taskforce.