Why Your Legal Documents Need a Review

woman reviewing legal documentsAnyone who has tried to read a legal document knows those papers can be confusing and difficult to understand. That is why a person is smart to have an attorney review any legal documents before they sign them. An attorney can help explain the document in plain language and point out any areas that may be cause for concern. In addition, the attorney can offer advice on how to ensure the paper meets an individual’s personal needs. Legal document review helps avoid problems down the road.



Accuracy is Essential

Legal document review determines if the document is accurate. The study also helps identify those areas of disagreement between the parties involved. If such disputes are uncovered, the contract can either be rewritten or a mediator brought in to resolve the issue.

There can be errors in the language. A review spots those mistakes that a person may have accidentally missed. Granted, a legal review might be time-consuming but checking for errors before signing will save an individual time and money overall.

A legal document review is a benefit that group legal plans should have. Countrywide Pre-Paid Legal Services has a benefit option available for prospective clients to inspect. It is worth consideration.


In the Hands of Experts 

Countrywide relies on a nationwide network of attorneys to provide the pre-paid legal services that a group legal plan member can use. We have one in the community of every Countrywide client, and because our plan members receive priority status, they can receive service almost immediately.

Legal document review does not always involve big contracts. An apartment lease is something that a Countrywide lawyer can look at and determine if it is valid or if there are clauses that may not be in the best interests of a group legal plan member. A deed of land is something else that should come under the scrutiny of a professional’s eyes.

Our lawyers do not waste time doing a review. They examine the document and report back to the plan member. It often happens that a mistake is discovered and can be corrected before a signature is added.

Our attorneys are legal professionals and teachers. They can patiently explain to a person what a document means and the responsibilities it may impose on that individual. It may happen that the document needs to be rewritten or renegotiated. If it is to the benefit of the plan member, then that is a plus!

Legal language can be bewildering to any novice. Here again, the Countrywide lawyer becomes an instructor and explains the definitions. A person benefits from this type of education. Our attorneys, incidentally, have superior people skills. They are patient when they deal with a group legal plan member, and everyone is treated with courtesy and respect. There is no such thing as a silly question. All inquiries are answered.


We Work with the Client 

Countrywide wants to establish a rapport with a client organization as soon as possible. The best way to start is by designing the benefit itself. We seek a client’s input because we want to provide pre-paid legal services that every employee can use.

We will review all our group legal plan benefits with the prospective client’s management. We gladly explain each option and point out the benefits of having it in the plan. We then ask the decision-makers to decide which pre-paid legal services we offer should be in the final plan document. Those selections will be included, and we will provide superior member services and a streamlined administration. We can assure every client that service delivery from Countrywide is prompt and efficient.

We have several options that employees can use to their advantage. If you have any questions about what we provide, please contact us as soon as possible. We are here to be of service.