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Don’t Use the LegalZoom Will Service Until You Read This First!

Since its inception back in 2001, LegalZoom has been providing its visitors with easy to answer questionnaires that help them fill out various legal forms. The site lets you preview the forms before you make any purchases. In certain situations, they can file the documents on your behalf.

LegalZoom provides numerous legal documents that are recognized by several courts and government entities all across the US. The site can assist you with legal forms for incorporating a business, searching for patents, changing your name and preparing a living will. However, LegalZoom clearly states on its website that the information it provides is not legal advice, but general data on some of the most common legal issues faced by people.

The following are some of the pros and cons associated with LegalZoom:

Pros

Affordability: LegalZoom provides important legal forms such free wills to print at far lesser prices than a conventional lawyer.

Fast: The site offers same-day deliveries of documents through various downloading platforms.

Attorney oversight: LegalZoom advertises all of its services with the guarantee that qualified lawyers are working behind the scene.

Cons

It is not a substitute: LegalZoom is not a substitute for your conventional lawyer. This is because the site doesn’t provide visitors with the advice of an actual lawyer.

It doesn’t practice law: LegalZoom is not engaged in the practice of law. This means that the site is absolved of the legal liabilities that a conventional lawyer would face when he or she is practicing law.

It is not comprehensive: LegalZoom lacks the capability to provide competent information for people with complex legal issues. As a result, you may be forced to seek the services of a conventional attorney. It is very important that you take everything into consideration before you make any decision.

Based on the information provided, you can make a sound decision regarding your legal needs. It all depends on what kind of legal services you want.

Dr. Hulda Clark

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