Do you need help now? We have the answer
We get it - running a business is not easy. You know that legal documents are important and need a fast solution. This is why we are pleased to provide a range of simple do-it-yourself legal documents that you can use 24/7 from anywhere in the world.
How To Use
Using our online services is easy, and usually only takes a few minutes. Simply answer the step by step interview questions and be amazed when you receive a quality, professional-looking document that has been tailored to your business based on your answers. The best part is that your document will be instantly generated, so you can immediately start using it and use the rest of your time crossing off all the other items in a small business owner’s never-ending ‘to-do’ list!
The entire process is automated for your convenience. We have also included helpful hints to make sure you can complete the interview quickly and without any fuss. And if you run into any issues, you can contact us for free support (from a human!).
Please note that using our online services doesn’t constitute legal advice and doesn’t create a lawyer-client relationship between you and Kinny Legal. But we are more than happy to provide you with legal advice if you need it. If you need legal advice, please book in a free consultation.
Step 1: Finding out what contracts you need and why
Step 2: Start Building
Website Terms and Conditions: This document sets out the rules for using and buying products/services from your business website, and reduces your business' exposure to risk and liability if something goes wrong.
Service Agreement: This written agreement sets out key terms on which your business will be providing or receiving services from another business.
Referral Services Agreement: This written agreement sets out key terms on which a business will be providing referrals to another business in exchange for commissions.
Company Power of Attorney: This written agreement can help you ensure that your business runs smoothly when you are on holidays or otherwise unavailable to attend to certain business activities.
Unilateral Confidentiality Agreement (also known as a 'Non-Disclosure Agreement' or 'NDA'): This type of written agreement is essential if your business needs to disclose confidential information, and wants to make sure that the information stays confidential.
Cease and Desist Letter: Has someone stolen your trademark or copyright? Is someone breaching a contract? Don't sit back and suffer loss - use this tool to build a Cease and Desist letter. Click here to find out how this letter can make sure your complaint is taken seriously, and can help bring an end to the wrongdoing.