Developer: Jason Stafford
Current Version: 2.1
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 9.3 MB - Download
This Software Features over 600+ Legal Contracts and Forms Documents That You can Edit, Print and Save or share in a easy to use format on your computer.
"This Application will help save you thousands $$$"in legal fees. Lawyers Charge a arm and a leg for these documents.
Covers all Industry's from Running a Business to Real Estate, Technology, Business Agreements and many many more.
Heres the Full list
Banking and Collection Forms
Estate and Estate Administration
Family and Children
Financial Investment Documents
Media and Broadcast
Power of Attorney
Real Estate Contracting
Real Estate Deads
Real Estate Ownership
Also Comes with a Full Fledged Dictionary to help you understand legal jumbo :)
Minor Bug Fixes with Sandbox Saving Issues
Most Helpful Reviews
LawDocs 1.0 - Excellent, just what I was looking for. Quick and easy.
Don't do it - Worked once. Had to force quit, because it wouldn't shut down. A waste of $9.99.
More Reviews for Current Version
Useless - This app is useless. If you can't print it or save as, it is completely useless. Can't believe Apple will let it continue in the app store. Says I need to contact vendor for an update when I try to print. Those who bought it should contact an attorney to get our money back.
Don't waste your money - Could be great but will not print or save in a editable format… Says to contact vendor for an update. Wonder what I paid for???
Just Downloaded - After downloading it find your form and save as. You may have to change the suffix. Save AS .docx than you can change and edit all you want in word. Double Clicking on a document in the app does nothing but preview it. You can change it in the app it self but if it does freeze you may lose it. save it to word and than you can email it and everyone can view it without having the app. So far it is working good for me. Only had it 1 day though.
Useless. - Sure you can copy content and edit in a text editor, but you can’t add documents of your own, and you can’t edit documents in the app to customize them. But the biggest issue I have is the sheer uselessness of the actual “law docs" in this app. Many of the “documents” are simply example letters anyone could compose without any legal experience whatsoever. For the so-called “law docs” themselves, with the exception of Living Wills there is little attention paid to the sometimes very specific differences in state laws or requirements. Most are so badly written or full of holes that if used, they wouldn’t hold up in court against a half-good attorney. Worse, some of the so-called documents suggest foolhardy practices - for example, to request a copy of a birth certificate or death certificate, just send an unsolicited letter of the example shown in Lawdocs, including your full credit card number, expiration date, exact name on the card, and your signature. ARE THEY SERIOUS??
Stable Release - 2.1 Release I can see all my documents now.