I went to the site because the advertisement stated "Free Terms of Service Agreement." After spending 15 minutes or more drafting the Agreement, I was informed that you needed to give them a credit card to generate a non-read only version of the Agreement. Yes, there is a 7 day free trial, but this is not disclosed up front. Very shady for a site that represents itself as legal aid.
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