Typing legal forms is a crucial part of any law firm. This is were Document Direct’s document production service can help your firm save time and money. We have access to an archived library of more than 1,400 legal forms. Our expect team are able to type up and send you a Word version of your required form. Which you can then edit, print and sign. This means no additional software is required, a further way we keep your costs reduced.
Producing a legal form can be a highly complex task. Especially if this involves drafting a new type of form you have not yet used, or is only needed occasionally. Forms which are used rarely still require the same level of accuracy, detail and attention as those which are used frequently. This is where the costs to your firm of drafting a document can begin to mount.
We will search our library to find the form which is right for you. And once you are happy with it, and for us to produce it, simply ask us for a blank version to be sent across to you.
There are even a number of options available to get the form to the completed stage. You could hand write the document, then fax it or email it to us and it will then be typed up by our team of expect staff. You even have the option to dictate the contents of the form and send us the audio file to enable us to complete the document. Again, when the file has been received our typists will complete the form for you.
Legal Form Sectors
Our experience has allowed us to create forms covering a range of different legal sectors. This includes but is not limited to:
- Asylum and Immigration.
- Court Of Protection.
- Court Funds.
- Directors Disqualification Procedure.
- Land charges.
- Land Registry.
Pay As You Use Service
Our legal forms service can be used on a pay as you use basis. This means there are no monthly subscriptions you are tied to, and no hidden costs or charges. You simply request or send the forms you require, as and when you need them.
If you would like some further information on our legal forms service. Either fill in the enquiry form on our contact us page, or give us a call. Or if you would like to try our service, why not sign up for a free trial?