As certain legal services have become increasingly commoditized by do-it-yourself websites like LegalZoom.com and RocketLawyer.com, some small and solo practitioners have wondered whether the phenomenon is just one more thing they must contend with in an already difficult market.

But attorneys across Pennsylvania said they’ve come to find that lawyers and online legal services companies can peacefully co-exist—and, in some cases, even benefit from one another—because lawyers offer something those websites can’t: real-world experience.

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