Most legal documents are drafted using a method that involves a high margin for error. Specifically, lawyers simply find an existing document they previously created for a similar client or purpose, save it with a new file name, and start making changes to it. This approach is unquestionably better than starting from a blank page, but it suffers from significant drawbacks: it's incredibly time-consuming, and it leaves entirely too much room for error.
What you need is a system for producing customized documents which avoids the aforementioned drawbacks; and templates are the foundation of such a system.
In this ebook, you'll: