Our dedication to understandability
Imagine how awesome it will be to understand the documents we ask you to sign…
Generally speaking, lawyers write documents to be understood by other lawyers. Every profession does this, using a special vocabulary to quickly convey information to colleagues. Sadly, most Wills are still drafted this way: 18th century phrasing paired with extraneous legalese.
Please understand, legalistic phrasing doesn’t make a document *more* legal.
It takes extra time and effort to precisely use plain language instead of resorting to legalisms – but we know it’s worth it. We think you should be able to read and understand these very important documents – because you know what’s even better than lawyers eagerly standing by…? Being able to read and understand the documents they created for you. 😎
(Also, to be clear, we’ll still be eagerly standing by…)