I’m exploring Coda as a solution for my law practice.
I need to assemble legal documents from templates, selecting standard template variations based on answers to interview questions.
For example, if the user answers that jurisdiction should be in California, the tool assembles the document using the damages provision for California (but the Texas damages provision if the user had elected jurisdiction in Texas).
In terms of scale, I want to create a set of 35 template documents for each client, with 1 interview doc per client for the user. When the user answers the interview questions, the tool assembles the 35 docs for the client based on the user’s answers to the interview questions. The interview will be anywhere from 1-300 questions, with anywhere from 1 to 3,000 variable provisions across the 35 docs.
Other tools used in law practice are Contracts Express, Axdraft, HotDocs, DocAssemble etc.
Is Coda good for this?
Thanks in advance.