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Current Legal Forms with Tax Analysis is an excellent resource for the attorney or firm with a diverse practice. Thirty-four volumes provide a wealth of sample forms, drafting guidance and expert legal commentary to assist in the fundamental, and often time-consuming, task of document drafting.
Comprehensive Coverage: Current Legal Forms covers practically every area of the law (except for criminal law and litigation), corporate, commercial, intellectual property, domestic relations, employment, and computer agreements, including e-commerce and Internet agreement, family/estate planning, employment and real estate, making it a resource that can be used by an entire firm, not just a single department.
Great Structure: Easy-to-use format including tax background, practice background, checklists, drafting guidelines and forms for most topics. Each chapter includes:
Wealth of Forms and Clauses: Thousands of forms, with over 70,000 clauses including many variations for different fact patterns and comments to all forms providing insight to the purpose and use of the form.
Superior Tax Coverage: Comprehensive tax coverage greatly exceeds tax coverage of any competitor, yet provides just the right amount for the non-specialist. Notably, the full text of the Internal Revenue Code, which is available on www.lexis.com and CD-ROM, allows for easy, helpful linking from Current Legal Forms on www.lexis.com and the CD.
Commentary: Comments to all forms providing insight to the purpose and use of the form.
Checklists: Useful, helpful, strategic checklists in most chapters.
Current Legal Forms is a comprehensive drafting tool that can be used by an entire firm, not only a single department because it covers practically every transactional area of the law. Furthermore, Current Legal Forms saves the attorney significant time in two ways. First, its structure carefully lays out legal and tax issues, drafting advice and checklists so that the user can get all of the background they need from one resource before beginning to draft. In addition, the unmatched wealth of sample forms and alternative clauses lets the attorney select a form with a fact pattern similar to his or her own, making the process of adapting the sample form easy and efficient.
34 volumes; updated with revisions