Printable/fillable forms that work very well. The "help" explanations are also very helpful for those not familiar with the legal system, though it troubles me a bit because it could be construed (in some circumstances) to be akin to legal advice.
What do you dislike?
That you have to pay for the forms that are otherwise typically available at no charge through the judiciary website. I also worry with sites like this that it creates false hope and expectations for people when they read something online and the judicial system does't function as described or intended- a common theme in courts across the country. I know there are disclaimers and such, but having a video to really emphasize that courts have particular rules and practices and such would make the point more clear for those who aren't familiar with the functioning (or dysfunction!) of the legal system
Recommendations to others considering the product
Be sure to verify the forms meet your needs for your particular state- there may have been updates to the rules, requirements, or forms
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