Legal Review of a Document Law On Earth
It’s hard to know what your legal rights are when someone hands you a document that you haven’t created yourself. But it’s super important to understand what you’re entering into.
It’s hard to know what your legal rights are when someone hands you a document that you haven’t created yourself. But it’s super important to understand what you’re entering into. Advice Sessions can be booked to review any agreement or document you need help understanding.
Process of getting a document reviewed by a Lawyer - It’s as easy as 1-2-3!
- You choose the right type of lawyer to do the review. If you’re unsure, just call us on 1300 66 46 88 and we’ll guide you.
- Verify your identification and set up your credit card or debit card details in your Membership section of the Dashboard. Don’t worry, only an authorization for the funds will be taken when you book – the actual money isn’t taken until after your session with the lawyer.
- 3. When you book a time with that lawyer, be sure to send the lawyer the document you want reviewed by uploading it when booking and tell them a bit about your situation and why you need the review. This will help them work out how long it might take to get your review done, so they don’t book another session straight after yours if they think you may need extra time.
Want to see what information you can find in the Learning Centre first?
You may be able to solve your issue by checking the Guides in the Learning Centre and it won’t cost you a cent. If not, you can always book an advice session after checking out that material.Take me there
Prefer to just create your own legal document so you know what’s in it using the Human Guide?
You can get started on your document at any time – whether you’ve had advice already or not. You’ll get a clear guide on what each clause means as your starting point, so why not have a go now.Take me there
For the following types of reviews, you’ll need to engage the right lawyer, which will be:
|Business Contracts||Business Lawyer|
|Court Orders – Commercial Dispute||Litigation Lawyer|
|Children’s Orders||Family Lawyer|
|Family Law Court Orders||Family Lawyer|
|Letter re Property Settlement after separation||Family Lawyer|
|Letters from a law firm about a dispute||Business Lawyer or Litigation Lawyer|
|Franchise Agreement||Franchising Lawyer or Business Lawyer|
|Will, Power of Attorney or Guardianship document||Wills & Estates Lawyer|
|Grant of Probate or Letter to the Executor||Wills & Estates Lawyer|
|Claim against an Estate/Challenging a Will||Wills & Estates Lawyer|
|Building Contract||Construction Lawyer or Business Lawyer|
|Construction Contract Dispute / Defect Claim||Construction Lawyer or Litigation Lawyer|
|Bankruptcy letters||Insolvency Lawyer|
|Business Insolvency – Claim by Creditors||Insolvency Lawyer|
|Statutory Demand or Winding Up Order||Insolvency Lawyer|
|Property Contract to buy a house, unit or vacant land||Property Lawyer / Conveyancing Lawyer|
|Commercial or Industrial Lease||Property Lawyer or Business Lawyer|
|Contractor Agreement||Business Lawyer|
|Employment Agreement||Business Lawyer or Employment Lawyer|
|Partnership Agreement or Shareholders Agreement||Corporate Lawyer or Business Lawyer|
|Capital Raising documents||Corporate Lawyer|
|Trademark License||Intellectual Property Lawyer or Business Lawyer|
|Letter from IP Australia re trademark issues||Intellectual Property Lawyer or Business Lawyer|