Wonder.Legal, a platform offering dozens of examples of letters and samples of contracts and agreements, for both businesses and individuals, has launched its US website. Users simply fill out a form and the document is automatically created right before their eyes, before being sent to them in a Word document format.

The platform, which started out in France and is available in 8 countries such as Spain, Germany, Mexico, Brazil, and more, sets out to help those with little or no experience in legal matters. Creating legal documents without any experience or knowledge can be difficult, costly and time consuming. Wonder.Legal makes it easy for anyone to put together the legal documents they need, whenever they need them. Now this revolutionary platform is launching in the United States.

“Our templates are created by lawyers,” said founder and CEO Jeremie Eskenazi, a graduate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). “Our team of writers is continually growing as the site becomes more and more successful, and as we continue to expand into ever more legal jurisdictions around the world.”

Wonder.Legal boasts a user friendly platform that makes high quality legal documents. Similarly, the documentation service that Wonder.Legal provides is both cheaper than traditional legal services, and more reliable than free templates that are also available online. It is for this reason that Wonder.Legal has enjoyed such success across the countries it currently serves.  In fact, in 2016, the company grew by an average 14 percent month over month. The company expects the same level of growth in the United States.

“We are very excited to be launching in the US,” Eskenazi continued. “We can’t wait for American people to start using our platform and getting the most out of our services, helping them with legal contracts and letters for a range of situations

 

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