In the old days, advertising meant Martindale Hubbel and maybe a Yellow Pages ad. The World Wide Web has brought us more ways to spend our advertising dollars. USLaw and FreeAdvice, sites that are crammed with information for the layman about the law and how to deal with legal problems. USLaw has a good looking home page listing twenty six different legal topics down the left side and general headings of Home, Ask a Lawyer, Find a Lawyer, Build a Document, Library, Store and, for those that have registered (free of charge), My Profile. Library has short articles about specific points of law, organized around one of the 26 practice areas. Store lists a variety of law for laymen and self-help books available for purchase through Amazon.com.
Build a Document currently lists a Sales Agreement, Bill of Sale, Residential Lease and Employment Agreement, with more promised. Select a document and the site responds with a dialog requesting information and, in fact, creates a custom document for downloading. Build a Document is currently free, but the developer expects to charge between $15 and $35 per document at some future date.
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