James Publishing Will Offer Its Texas Estate Planning Collection on HotDocs’ Online Document Assembly Platform—HotDocs Market

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HotDocs welcomes James Publishing to HotDocs Market - its online publishing and document assembly platform where customers can access James’ up-to-date intelligent content anytime, anywhere and from any device

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...in just a little over seven months, our users have assembled over 60,000 documents on the platform.

HotDocs Market, the only cloud-based document assembly platform and ecommerce marketplace from HotDocs, is excited to now offer automated legal content from James Publishing.

James Publishing will initially offer its collection of Texas Estate Planning forms that have been created and automated with HotDocs’ document assembly software. These intelligent forms enable subscribers to create complex legal documents quickly and accurately by guiding users through a simple interview “wizard,” then automatically assemble customized finished documents based on the answers provided. This service ensures compliance, increases accuracy and reduces costs in the production of critical documents and forms. James Publishing’s offerings will initially cover a range of estate planning documents, but will expand to other practice areas such as business law, litigation, and family law and into additional jurisdictions.

“We are very excited to start offering our premier legal content in the most flexible and user accessible method possible with the HotDocs Market” says Laila Barada, Director of Operations at James Publishing. “We look forward to adding more titles from our vast legal library on HotDocs Market in the coming months. HotDocs Market provides the most flexible and user accessible method possible for distributing our content in the cloud.”

Jonathan Hoy, Director – Publishing Partnerships at HotDocs, said: “We are thrilled with the addition of James Publishing as the newest member of our growing family of HotDocs Market publishers. The popularity of HotDocs Market continues to grow; in just a little over seven months, our users have assembled over 60,000 documents on the platform. We anticipate that will only continue to increase thanks to the inclusion of James Publishing's forms.”

About HotDocs

HotDocs is the global leader of automated document assembly technology, with customers in 42 different countries and a user-base, globally, that exceeds one million end users. Automated document assembly provides a vast reduction in time spent in the production of high volume, repeat documentation such as contracts, engagement agreements and other legal documentation.

Widely used within the legal, banking, and insurance industries and within both public and corporate sectors, HotDocs increases compliance and accuracy, reduces cost/risk and improves efficiency in the creation of complex, or simple, repeat documentation. The software is available on premise, on desktop, or via the cloud and can operate in a standalone capacity or as part of a wider business process management system, such as workflow, document management or case management systems.

The most recent innovation from HotDocs is HotDocs Market – an online document assembly platform that allows experts to publish and sell automated legal documents and forms to attorneys throughout the USA. Publishers already using HotDocs Market include LexisNexis, the New York State Bar Association, ALL-STATE LEGAL, Arkansas Bar Association, Minnesota State Bar Association and the Iowa State Bar Association.

For information, please contact Jonathan Hoy: jonathan.hoy(at)hotdocs.com

About James Publishing

Since 1981, James Publishing has provided practical law books that are loaded with time-saving motions and pleadings, client letters, and step-by-step procedural checklists, pattern arguments, model questions, pitfalls to avoid, and practice tips.

For information, please contact Laila Barada, lbarada(at)jamespublishing.com (714) 755-5458

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