Access Legal Forms with Shake by LegalShield
Shake by LegalShield offers instant access to a wide variety of free legal forms for small business and day-to-day activities.
The documents include loan agreements, non-disclosure agreements, lease agreements, skilled labor contracts, contract work agreements, and much more. You can fill out, review, and sign these documents on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. For a demonstration of the app, click here.
Access Shake by LegalShield online or download the app from iTunes or Google Play.
Shake provides new state-specific versions of many forms—such as leases and bills of sale—that can vary distinctly from state to state, doing the legwork for users so they don’t have to worry about tailoring a form on their own.
“Shake takes the guesswork out of legal documents—consumers can easily create, sign and send legally binding documents through the app or website,” said Abe Geiger, Shake’s founder and vice president of product development. “Shake was originally launched to serve the ‘tiny law’ sector—freelancers and small businesses that need legal services for small transactions but are often hesitant to enlist the services of a law firm because of the expense. LegalShield has enhanced Shake by combining do-it-yourself forms with the backing of LegalShield’s network of more than 4,700 lawyers in North America.”
All of the forms available on the app were developed in direct partnership with the LegalShield attorney network, and users who subscribe to LegalShield have the added benefit of an attorney’s support, should a contract or transaction end in a dispute. LegalShield members also have access to premium forms.
“At its core, LegalShield has always been about protecting people by providing equal access to legal services,” said Jeff Bell, CEO of LegalShield. “With Shake by LegalShield, we’re further expanding access to reliable legal support by providing free legal forms. And if users need more than just do-it-yourself legal documents, with a LegalShield membership, they can have their own law firm help them create and enforce every document.”