By On Jan 22, 2019 Form Template
Recently, there has been an explosion of websites and services geared toward helping people sort out their legal issues themselves. Many of these sites offer these legal forms, documents and templates for a flat or monthly fee (as opposed to expensive hourly rates for a lawyer), while others offer their forms free of charge. The gist is simple. You answer a few basic questions, such as the parties’ names, the specifics of the contract and a few others, and the site creates a document for you based on the answers you’ve provided.
If you need help filling out your forms, you may be able to get your questions answered at the Self-Help Center or by a private attorney (click Lawyers and Legal Help to learn more), a volunteer attorney at one of the Ask-A-Lawyer programs if your question relates to one of the Ask-A-Lawyer topics (click Free Ask-A-Lawyer Programsto learn more), or an attorneys at one of the free legal classes if your question relates to one of the class topics (click Free Classes to learn more). You can also go to your local law library and ask a librarian for books and resources to help you complete your forms
So which is the right choice for you? If you’re like most entrepreneurs starting out, you don’t have capital to burn, so the choice might already be made for you. However, if you’re on the fence, here are some pros and cons to implementing customizable legal documents and templates that should help you make a decision.
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