HotDocs Market, the cloud-based document assembly service and online marketplace from HotDocs, announced today that the Indiana State Bar Association is now offering its IndianaDocs automated legal content via the HotDocs Market platform.
IndianaDocs is a set of fully automated legal forms that includes nearly 600 legal templates created by experts within the Indiana State Bar Association (ISBA). Attorneys subscribing to these web-based templates can now efficiently produce legal documents using mobile devices, PCs, and Macs. These legal templates cover a wide range of practice areas including business law, criminal pleadings, estate planning, elder law, and litigation. Additional templates and categories will be added in the future. IndianaDocs is available for subscription by all legal professionals but members of the ISBA are eligible for exclusive, member-only rates.
The ISBA chose to publish its forms through HotDocs Market as this platform provides easy template and user management. Each form is designed using HotDocs’ powerful document automation technology, thus enabling subscribers to quickly and easily generate a diverse range of documents. These fully automated forms make it possible to create accurate, customized documents which minimize risk, save time, effort and costs – thereby providing attorneys with increased time to focus on clients.
Jonathan Hoy, Vice President of HotDocs Market, commented, “We are excited to partner with the Indiana State Bar Association to offer IndianaDocs to attorneys throughout the state. The Indiana State Bar Association has put a great deal of effort into making these forms as user-friendly as possible. Tools like IndianaDocs help attorneys become more effective and productive, allowing them to spend more time with clients and less time drafting legal documents.”
Maria Matters, IndianaDocs Committee Chair, stated, “We recognize the need for lawyers to have access to technology in order to practice law effectively and efficiently, making this new partnership with HotDocs Market an especially exciting one for Indiana lawyers. Lawyers should automate when they can and now with access to IndianaDocs from anywhere, we anticipate seeing a surge in subscribers.”