Law firms, courts, and legal aid organizations around the world are building on Documate to serve their customers. We highlight some of the use cases here.
Documate is proud to be used by organizations in 23 countries and many areas of law to build powerful tools that automate documents, save time, generate new sources of revenue, and make the world a better place. Read our featured case studies below.
During the pandemic, experts around the world built and rapidly scaled legal tech solutions to provide assistance to the those in critical life situations - eviction defense, work, benefits, and more. Watch these video of eight legal applications built in days on the Documate platform.
LCN Legal is a global specialist firm in legal structures for multinational companies and intercompany agreements. They used Documate's to create a document automation system in one of the most complex areas of law: transfer pricing. They've since launched multiple tech tools through the firm. Read about their ICA drafting service here, and see the news about their latest DAC6 tool here.
Hello Divorce uses Documate to create what has been called the "TurboTax for divorce," combining technology with legal expertise. Read more about the platform here, and watch our videos with founder Erin Levine here (Part I) and here (Part II).
Goodbye heartbreak, hello divorce!
How Landlord Legal (formerly FreshLease) used Documate to create a residential lease platform that incorporates document automation, video courses, a community, and additional legal services through the core law firm. Read more about it here.
Lawvex built an automation tool for estate planning, specifically a way to generate a free Personal Property Memoranda (a simple supplement to a will).
The process for getting a name change has historically been arduous, with a patchwork of state and local rules. This platform automates the process in Colorado, Wyoming, and beyond. See the Colorado legal application, the Wyoming platform, and read news about how the tool is helping consumers here.
A2J Forms is back at it again. They built a platform to help tenants nationwide generate a declaration that prevents eviction from their homes under the latest CDC Order. See the declaration-builder here. It's in English and Spanish.
How HelpSelf Legal provided automatic legal help to those with low/moderate incomes, a precursor to the software platform that is now Documate. Read more about it here.
Document automation case study on how a team at the Global Legal Hackathon and USC Law School built a platform on Documate to help individuals clear their marijuana-related convictions. Read more about it here.
The popular legal site Above the Law reviews our document automation software and tells you how you can use it to monetize your practice or make the world a better place (complete with screenshots!) Read more about it here and here.
Want more stories about how people are using Documate? Makerpad, the no-code resource, profile us with tutorials and additional case studies on how you can build your own expert system. Read Makerpad's story here.
Want more testimonials? Read our customer reviews from lawyers, legal aid organizations, sales professionals, and other people automating documents and expertise. Read the reviews on Capterra here.
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We surveyed 20 IP attorneys on how they use Documate to automate everything from client intake to building complex expert systems for trademark law.
Lawvex creates a DIY Estate Planning Toolkit, built on Documate. The Personal Property Memorandum is offered for free to consumers as a lead-generating tool.
There are currently over 7,246,835 horses in the US. Horses are bought and sold, maintained and cared for, and there are many regulations surrounding them. Read about how Chris Gottfried is automating equine law.
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