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Proof Returns

Three Types of Instruction

Proofs are automatically generated by ABC Legal. Your responsibility is to review the information and sign them; attesting to the truthful information contained within. There are three ways a signed proof might need to be returned.

Please send us the proof using only the method asked of you in ABC Mobile.

For example, if the instruction is "Sign and Mail", do NOT also send it to DocAttach, as this can delay the process or cause problems with pay.

1- E-Sign Proof

These proofs can be viewed and signed within your mobile device. Tap "Sign Document" and simply follow the instructions to sign, date the document, and submit it. ABC Legal will receive the signed proof instantaneously.

See more: E-Sign Proofs

2- Scan and Email to DocAttach@abclegal.com

Log into your web portal, take the following steps:

  1. Print the proof

  2. Sign the proof (in the presence of a notary, if necessary)

  3. Scan the proof (ensure bar code is clear, )

  4. Email the proof to docattach@abclegal.com

3- Sign & Mail Original Proof to ABC

This instruction indicates that the proof must be printed out, signed in ink (notarized if necessary), and mailed to the ABC Legal office indicated in your web portal.

For Arizona:
2601 N 3rd St.
Phoenix AZ 85004
For Georgia:
2000 Riveredge Pkwy, Suite 885
Atlanta, GA 30328
For Oklahoma:
916 NW 6th Street, Suite C
Oklahoma City, OK 73106
For New York:
147 Prince St. Suite 4-6
Brooklyn, NY 11201
For All EXCEPT Arizona, Georgia, Oklahoma and New York:
ABC Legal Services

1099 Stewart St., Suite 700
Seattle, WA 98101


Locating Proof Instructions: ABC Mobile 

In “Proofs” you will be able to sort proofs based on their instruction.

Proof Instructions ABC Mobile

Locating Proof Instructions: ABC Web Portal

Proof instructions can be located under the "Proofs" tab, each proof will have it's own instruction, be sure to return the proof in accordance to its instruction. 

Proof Instructions ABC Web Portal