Banbury, Oxon (PRWEB) July 10, 2009
LawSense allows consumers and business users to take control of their legal affairs by taking a central role in the creation of their legal documents, avoiding the need to spend time in solicitor's offices but still offering personalised service at a greatly reduced cost.
In the current economic climate the ability of the internet to offer access to services at vastly more affordable costs has never been more important. LawSense fixed fees range from £19 to £449 depending on the document required.
Logging onto the LawSense site, users can select the online legal document they require at any time they choose and immediately begin to complete it. The 'try before you buy' option, allows users to see the document being created on screen. LawSense is powered by highly sophisticated and interactive document drafting technology which intelligently interviews the user, just as a solicitor would, about their needs. As each question is answered, the document is instantly amended on screen. In most cases the document is then reviewed by a lawyer who answers any questions and amends the document where necessary, ensuring it exactly reflects the user's intentions.
Speaking about the launch of the new LawSense website, Shaun Jardine, Business Development Partner explains: "Changing regulation and improving technology have combined to create exciting times for the legal industry. We recognise that clients want to be able to create legal documents when they need them but they do not want to lose the personal contact with a lawyer. LawSense allows clients to achieve this. Users can 'try before they buy' to make sure the document they are creating is the right one for them."
"At Brethertons we've always been keen adopters of technology to enhance our service and the launch of LawSense allows us to deliver legal services in the way our clients want. We are looking forward to a new age in delivering legal services. With LawSense we can not only provide legal documentation to our existing clients at a more effective rate, but also dramatically increase our geographical reach throughout the region and beyond. LawSense will challenge the position of the high street solicitor."
LawSense offers users access to hundreds of straightforward legal documents including the most in-demand consumer and business legal services including wills, divorces, pre-nuptial agreements and powers of attorney as well as shareholder agreements, employment contracts, business start-up documents, all of which have been developed by qualified solicitors and barristers. LawSense has a comprehensive, free law guide within the website which provides essential information on many legal issues.
Please visit http://www.brethertons.co.uk for further details.
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