Yeah, you can get free or cheap legal forms online. But should you? We've litigated cases where people have used Do It Yourself legal documents to draft a trust agreement, a commercial lease, and a business purchase & sale agreement, none of which turned out like the parties had hoped, mainly because the online forms were outdated, insufficiently executed, or failed to include material terms, wound up costing thousands of dollars more (or in one case, tens of thousands more) to fix the problems the DIY documents caused than if they had been done right in the first place.

What it comes down to is that every person is unique and every situation is different; there's no one-size-fits-all legal document. Sure, lawyers start out using a form as a template, but again, every client and circumstance is unique and therefore requires a unique legal solution.

If you need help drafting legal documents that fit your specific situation and are more likely to be enforceable in court, give us a call at 253.858.5434 to set up an appointment. We proudly serve clients throughout Washington and Idaho and are available to meet in person, by phone, or via Skype or FaceTime.