HotDocs Market Announces the State Bar of Wisconsin to Join Growing Publisher List

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The State Bar of Wisconsin is now offering fully automated legal forms online to its bar members through HotDocs Market.

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We are confident this resource will add real value for our members and help them in their practices.

HotDocs Market, the cloud-based document assembly service and online marketplace from HotDocs, has today announced that the State Bar of Wisconsin now offers ‘WisDocs Estate Planning’ automated legal content via the Market platform.

The State Bar of Wisconsin is initially launching WisDocs Estate Planning with a series of wills, revocable trusts, marital property agreements, durable powers of attorney, advance care planning, and a variety of other estate planning forms. The product offering will continue to grow, providing additional forms to its 25,000+ member association. The State Bar of Wisconsin is the first mandatory state bar association to join the publisher list on HotDocs Market

Kristin Ruby, Content Distribution Manager for the State Bar of Wisconsin, commented: “We are thrilled to expand our legal resource offerings to now include WisDocs Estate Planning, our fully automated document assembly system. We are confident this resource will add real value for our members and help them in their practices.”

For more information about WisDocs Estate Planning, including answers to frequently asked questions, please visit http://www.hotdocsmarket.com/Marketplace > WisDocs Estate Planning.

To purchase a subscription to WisDocs Estate Planning, please visit HotDocs Market at http://www.hotdocsmarket.com/Marketplace.

HotDocs Market applies HotDocs’ powerful document assembly technology to publishers’ content, enabling subscribers to quickly and easily complete an interview to generate a document - or set of documents. The interview answers are automatically applied to produce an accurate, customized document that minimizes risk, saving time, effort and cost - thereby providing attorneys with increased bandwidth to focus on clients.

Jonathan Hoy, Vice President of HotDocs Market, commented: “We are excited to welcome the State Bar of Wisconsin as a publisher to our growing marketplace for automated legal content. HotDocs Market continues to expand rapidly, adding new subscribers daily. Thousands of document assemblies have been carried out by subscribers, saving themselves time and money. Wisconsin bar members will experience the same benefits when they subscribe to WisDocs Estate Planning on HotDocs Market.”

About HotDocs
HotDocs is the market leading provider of automated document assembly software, with customers in 42 different countries and a user-base, globally, that exceeds one million. Document automation, or document assembly, facilitates a vast reduction in time spent in the production of high volume, repeat documentation such as contracts, agreements and other legal paperwork.

Widely used within the legal, banking, insurance, public and corporate sectors, HotDocs software also increases accuracy, reduces cost/risk and improves efficiency in the generation 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 the State Bar Associations of Arkansas, Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York and commercial publishers ALL-STATE LEGAL, James Publishing, and LexisNexis.

About the State Bar of Wisconsin
The State Bar of Wisconsin is a mandatory association comprising over 25,000 professional attorneys with a Wisconsin law license. The State Bar provides legal, continuing education and other benefit services for its members in addition to public services to the citizens of Wisconsin. For further information, visit http://www.wisbar.org.

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