Precise Advice LLC Online Legal Document Service Launches New User-Friendly Website

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Following the exchange of an original prototype website for a more stylish one, Precise Advice’s multimedia management team aims to attract new artists, business owners and individual consumers to their newly created source for online legal document assistance.

Online Legal Document Service

Online Legal Document Assistance

We wanted the website to be simple, user-friendly and attractive

“When it comes to online legal document assistance, we want people feel to more confident and less confused,” says Precise Advice LLC Co-founder, Celeste Moy.

Last week, Moy’s multimedia management team launched a new company website after receiving increased traffic and sales for nearly a year, from their first business webpage. After two months of effective redesigning, the new Precise Advice website is finally public, and attracting visitors.

Daily Twitter interaction, weekly news updates, and featured legal document categories are only a few of the new resources available to Precise Advice website visitors. Other user-friendly tools can also be found throughout the site.

“We wanted the website to be simple, user-friendly and attractive,” says Moy. “Too often we see other legal document service websites that are packed with heavy legal terminology, or a website design that confuses average consumers. So we focused on making Precise Advice uncomplicated, without compromising the look and feel of a proper legal service.”

According to Moy, an effective online legal document business should meet four standards. Quality, Affordable, Convenient and Fast.

She says that consumers deserve access to affordable legal documents, that are effective and equal in quality to what they would receive from a law firm. But, she says she strongly believes that consumers should receive their documents within 48 hours or less, instead of waiting weeks for a lawyer to prepare a clients’ documents.

“It’s unreasonable to expect average consumers who know what type of document they want, to pay hefty hourly rates for legal assistance. That’s just not fair. In today’s economy, and with our recent technological advances, lawyers can should do more to help those who can or cannot afford traditional legal assistance,” says Moy.

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