Document-intensive practices often rely on a series of drafters and reviewers. The attorney meets with the client and takes notes that are passed off to a paralegal or legal assistant, who produces a first draft of the instrument. That instrument is then reviewed by the attorney, who may make edits, and the process begins anew.
Document assembly tools offer legal professionals a way to begin with any word processing document, including ones containing your particular attorney-approved language, and turn that starter document into an interactive, logic-driven template. Answer a few questions, click a button, and get a perfect document every time.
Using automated templates, a legal organization can product more accurate documents more quickly, with fewer resources. Your clients will benefit and so will your bottom line.
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• Document Automation Considerations
• Document Automation Stumbling Blocks
• Making Documents ADA Accessible
• Legal Drafting Methodologies
• Legal Writing
• Rules for Template Building
• The Case for Adding Document Assembly Technology to Your Templates
• The Case for Commercial Drafting Systems (“Commercial Systems”)
• The Case for Gold Standards + Word Processor Automation
• Vetting AI for Attorneys
• What Is Document Assembly?
• Windows 11 Tips
• Why Template Building is Critical for All Law Offices
• WordPerfect to Word Conversion
• Document Automation Checklist
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