Entrepreneurs: Save Money with Free Legal Docs

Many entrepreneurs can\’t afford to pay $200-300 per hour for legal
help, especially with simple things like incorporating and simple
contracts. There are many online libraries of legal docs, including
some that exist and generate revenue because of Google AdSense.

Today I found a consulting agreement on www.lectlaw.com and used part of it for a new contract. Lectlaw.com has 40,000 pages indexed by Google. If you run this query:

site:lectlaw.com consulting

it returns an okay consulting contract.

Use the same syntax to find other types of legal forms and documents.

I have visited many other legal sites before, but I can\’t remember the
URLs. If you are an entrepreneur that finds free legal docs to save
money, tell me which sites you have found most helpful.

I\’ll add the best sites to the Bootstrapping Section of
StrategyTree.com, a wiki for entrepreneurs where we hope to collect
thousands of good ideas from entrepreneurs about how to create business

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