Legal Drafting & Documentation
Legal drafting is a crucial process that involves creating legally binding documents, including contracts, personal legal documents such as wills and trusts, and public legal documents like notices and instructions. The objective of legal drafting is to establish the rights, responsibilities, and obligations of all parties involved in the document. This process is used to create various legal documents, such as statutes, rules, and regulations, that have a significant impact on society. Legal documentation refers to any document that establishes a contractual relationship or grants rights to individuals. Furthermore, legal documentation can be used as written evidence in a court case. It is important to note that all legal documentation must be sworn to be true and correct in front of an authorized person, on oath or by affirmation.
Deed of Power of Attorney.
Apostille & Attestation.
Memorandum of Association & Articles of Association.
Deed of Family Trust.
Memorandum of Understanding MOU.
Affidavit and Indemnity.
Will & Codicil.
Drafting various petition of court.