Diss, United Kingdom (PressExposure) November 19, 2009 -- Whatever we do, whatever we should do, thereâs a legal issue at stake. And from running a business, to getting married (or divorced) that means legal forms.
Most of the forms youâll ever need are now available online from Net Lawman. Apart from a full range of Court Service forms, categories include Family Law, Land Registry, the Legal Services Commission and Insolvency.
Use them with other Net Lawman legal documents. Net Lawman has an international reputation for its online legal documents and support services. So if, for instance, youâre forming a new company in England and Wales, you can now download the Memo and Articles documents, and all business forms, from one source.
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âBut canât you get these forms for free?â Yes, they can be found. â¢ If you know where to look. â¢ If you know which form to use. â¢ If you know how to fill it in. â¢ If you know where to send it. â¢ If you donât mind it being rejected, because you got something wrong. â¢ If you know how to save data as a pdf. â¢ If you really have nothing better to do with your time.
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All part of the Net Lawman service. Founded in 2000, by Andrew Rhodes Taylor (who is still their CEO) Net Lawman aims to provide the worldâs most cost-effective and accessible legal services. Transparency is paramount. Plain English is compulsory.
Sold through websites serving the UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, India and South Africa, their forms and legal document templates are drawn up by solicitors and specialist barristers, with over twenty years experience of commercial and judicial law.