Document automation is the design of interview workflows that lead to the creation of electronic documents. Document automation software enables clients to generate legal documents through an online interview or decision tree, adding complex logic, automatic calculations, and special formatting. Automation systems allow companies to minimize data entry, reduce the time spent proof-reading, and reduce the risks associated with human error.
Document integration is the process of pulling data fields from case management systems like LegalServer into matching pre-coded Gavel (formerly known as Documate) forms to generate a working document that can then be edited. When editing is complete, the form will be stored in the client's case file in Legal Server, completing the process seamlessly, accurately, and efficiently.
We have automated documents for the family law practice area. These forms can be shared with legal aid programs across the state of Minnesota. Also, as a part of this project we have automated a series of forms for social security and social benefits. These forms can be shared with other legal aid programs nationwide.
If you are interested in accessing these forms for your organization, please free to contact us and we would be glad to to help.
An application programming interface (API) is a way for two or more computer programs to communicate with each other. It is a type of software offering a service to another piece of software.
The LSC Technology Initiative Grant (TIG) program seeks to improve legal services delivery to the low-income population and to increase access by low-income persons to high quality legal services, to the judicial system, and to legal information.
Our project started in January 2022 and is expected to conclude on October 2023.
We will be sharing our automated Social Disability and Social Benefits forms with legal aid organizations nationwide. All of our Family Law forms are available to Minnesota legal aid organizations.
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