How does Legal Tree work?

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Documents


Create and customize any document anytime online by simply answering a few questions. We have a growing library of 90+ documents, from affidavits to contracts.

Attorney Consultations


Consult a lawyer with the right specialization for your legal question. The lawyer can also review a document and flag concerns and potential issues in a consultation with you.

Create your document in 3 easy steps


Step 1

Select the document you need from our growing library of 90+ documents, from affidavits to contracts


Step 2

We ask you a series of questions about your document. Your answers tell us what the document should contain.


Step 3

We generate your customized document based on your answers. Within 1 to 2 minutes, you can download your document in Word or PDF format.

Why create your documents using Legal Tree?

High quality at affordable rates


Our documents are affordably priced, with prices ranging only from Php 350 to Php 450, but without compromising on quality. We make sure all our documents have high standards by having lawyers carefully review them before making them available on Legal Tree.

Enjoy legal protection for your documents with Document Defense

A lawyer will provide you with a 30-minute consultation to get legal advise for any legal question or dispute arising from your document.

Make your document complete and consistent with Peace of Mind review

Have our document specialist review your document for completeness and consistency. Our document specialist will give his/her comments and suggested changes to improve your document.

Notarial Assistance


Notarize your document online with our partner, E-Notary PH. It's fast, simple and convenient. No need to physically appear before a notary public. Just submit a request and, within 1 to 2 business days, E-Notary PH will contact you to arrange the online notarization.

Registered members automatically enjoy a 20% discount on notarization with E-Notary PH.

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Consult a lawyer in 3 easy steps


Step 1

Submit on our website a brief description of your legal question by clicking here.


Step 2

Within 1 to 2 business days, a lawyer with the right specialization for your question will contact you to schedule your 30-minute consultation.


Step 3

Attend the consultation with the lawyer at the scheduled time and get legal advise.

Why consult lawyers using Legal Tree?

Simple, convenient and fast

Just send us a brief description of your legal question by clicking here. The nearest lawyer with the right specialization for your question will contact you within 1 to 2 business days to schedule your consultation.

The consultation can be over phone, online (i.e. Zoom) or physical meeting, your preference.

Consult an expert lawyer

We have a growing network of 180+ lawyers nationwide to ensure you can consult a lawyer with the right specialization anytime and anywhere. The lawyer will provide you with a 30-minute consultation to answer all your legal questions.

Make sure your documents are air-tight and protect your interest

A lawyer will review your contract, agreement or any document you choose (up to 9 pages in length) and flag concerns and potential issues in a consultation with you.

After submitting your legal question on our website, just send your document to askanattorney@legaltree.ph and we'll forward it to the lawyer so that he can review it prior to the consultation. 

Expertise at affordable rates


Consult a lawyer for a fixed fee of Php 450. Become a Premium member and consult a lawyer anytime for every new legal matter you have for 30 days.

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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.