- Member Since: 2017-11-20
- Real name: Net Lawman
Our aim is to make the law more accessible. We believe that for many situations: you shouldn't have to wait for a lawyer to draw a document; getting it down in writing shouldn't cost you the earth; and that you shouldn't need to be fluent in legalese to understand the contents. With Net Lawman, you can access the document you need at a fraction of the price a solicitor would charge, from anywhere, at any time.
Our products and services are best summarised by "real law in plain English".
Real law reflects the quality of our products and services: documents written by experienced, professional lawyers; that not only include the law to achieve the task, but also additional clauses that help protect our customers that much more; that are up to date and reflect the latest changes to the law; and that are flexible enough to be used in a wide range of situations.
We have always used plain English in our documents. Clear, concise language strengthens the legal effect of an agreement and reduces the possibility of future misunderstanding and dispute. Using non-technical language wherever possible means that our documents can be used by non-lawyers and lawyers alike.
Net Lawman is an English company based in Norfolk. We have a second office in Lahore, Pakistan. The company started trading in 2001, becoming a pioneer of selling legal documents on the Internet. It now operates in 7 legal jurisdictions across the world: England & Wales, Scotland, Ireland, India, Austraalia, New Zealand and South Africa. Net Lawman is a founder member of our trade body, the Association of Publishers of Online Legal Documents.
We have one of the largest collections of documents available on the Internet: over 400 business contracts and agreements for companies, partnerships and sole traders at all stages of the business lifecycle; and over 200 documents covering personal and family law. Whether you want to develop a website, sell your services, protect an idea or change your name, you can do so with a Net Lawman document.
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