Frequently Asked Questions
1.- How do I find the right document (contract or form)?
- You can start searching by category normally this is the best way and will help you filter until you find your specific case related document if this doesn't work for you try using the search box in the upper right corner of each page, if this doesn't work you can click on the main menu "ALL" note that this might be more challenging as we currently offer hundreds of different contracts and forms addressing nearly every legal need.
2.- How much does each document cost?
- Any document on our website will cost you $4.99 CAD
3.- Is there a subscription that will allow me to use any document?
- Yes, there is and note that several law firms have a membership in order to make it easier for any member of their staff to access supporting documents in an efficient way.
3.- How will I receive my documents?
- After the checkout process, you will be given a link so just click on it and download, in the case you created an account you will be able to see the document and download it from your account (it will always be there for download), you will get an order confirmation email with the link to download.
4.- What formats will I have available for download my document?
- Microsoft Word (.doc) format this file opens on PCs and Macs: If you are on a PC with Windows you can open it with Microsoft Word, WordPad, or the Note pad. If you are on a Mac, you can use Microsoft Word for Mac, AppleWorks or Text Edit. Using this format will allow you to modify and add names addresses etc. on your computer before printing or sending the document to other parties.
- Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format works on PCs and Macs. You will need the Acrobat Reader software to view these files or the Preview Application included in Mac (if you don't have them you can download them for free). Note that the benefits of Acrobat (.pdf) files is that the document will look and print identically on any computer. However, Acrobat files are not easily editable so in this case, you may print them and just add names, addresses, and dates on the empty spaces with a pen.
- Rich Text Format (.rtf) text format that is compatible with a PC or a Mac, but it is more difficult to format as it doesn't have a lot of options for style once you open it.