Useful for building public-facing apps that do more than simply "fill in the blanks" of a document. Ask the end-user complex questions, provide guidance, and then use conditional logic to draft a tailored document.
Build your own dashboard where you can view data collected in your apps and, more importantly, use that data to auto-populate document templates.
Once you know how to build apps that work with a database, it's relatively easy to package those apps and filter that data for distribution via a web portal that you can sell accounts to.
Helps public track vaccine availability. Allows administrators to update availability and manage public vaccine applications.
How Greg Siskind (Siskind Susser PC) creates tools for internal purposes that occasionally grow into public-facing products.
Use this “no code” document automation as-is to auto-populate the Form I-9, or customize it to create a unique app branded to your business.
Allowing clients to perform self-help legal triage means attorneys can focus on building relationships.
How a solo practitioner developed his own discretionary trust automations and undercut large tech companies to capture an underserved market.
Help home-renters generate and send Declarations to get protection from eviction under the CDC's Eviction Order.
Helping people without a lawyer (pro se litigants) respond to a debt collection lawsuit. Also helps people apply for a fee waiver if unable to pay court filing fees.
How a free civil legal clinic uses Legal Apps that enable volunteer attorneys to quickly and efficiently prepare end of life documents.
How Louisiana quickly / affordably launched their own statewide portal for connecting the public with legal help.
With less than ten multiple choice questions this app determines whether a particular conviction or charge can be expunged in Kentucky.