How does Legal Tree work?

Legal Tree makes creating legal and business documents
simple and affordable in 3 easy steps

Step 1

Choose the document you need and answer a few simple questions

Step 2

We create and customize your document based on your answers

Step 3

Download and print your document!

We go the extra mile to ensure you have
all the legal protection you need

Simple and Convenient

We ask only short and simple questions with as little legalese as possible. We also provide you with helpful information and suggested answers to help you answer the questions.

We then use your answers to create and customize your document which you can immediately download and edit anytime online.

Quality Documents Reviewed by Lawyers

We make sure all our documents are of high standards and quality by having our Partner Lawyers carefully review them before being made available on Legal Tree.

Document Defense

We make sure you have access to competent legal advice for your document. If you have a legal concern or dispute arising from your document, we'll refer you to our Partner Lawyer who can review your situation and advice you.

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Peace of Mind Review

We make sure your document is complete and consistent by having our document specialist personally review it. Our document specialist will give his/her comments and suggested changes to improve your document.

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Responsive Customer Support

Our support staff are ready to assist you everyday from Monday to Friday (9:00 AM to 6:00 PM). If you have any questions or concerns just contact us and we’ll be happy to assist you.

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Notarial Assistance

Find the notary public nearest you through our online directory of Partner Notary Publics. Our Premium members are entitled to a 20% discount when notarizing with our Partner Notary Publics.

Learn more about the benefits of notarization here.

Benefits of Notarization

Notarization converts your document into a public document and carries with it the following benefits.  

First, if you will have to present your document in court you will no longer need to prove that the document is authentic and duly executed before the court accepts it as evidence.

Ordinarily, before a document is admitted as evidence in court its validity and due execution should be proven either through witnesses (i.e. the parties to the document) or documentary evidence.  Notarization does away with this requirement. 

Second, notarization results in a presumption that your document was validly and regularly executed.  The signature appearing on the document is presumed to belong to the person whom it pertains to and that it was voluntarily signed.  

A person disputing the validity of a notarized document has the burden of proving the same by clear and convincing evidence in court.