Okay, in the year 2002 Cadwalader sends personal trainers to attorneys' desks to walk them through generating complex documents. Unfortunately, from this article it sounds as if those attorneys are using primarily word processing software, not HotDocs or other document assembly software. Now, I'm being a little hypocritical here, because I am still getting by with Word 2002 and TimeMatters, when I'm not using my family law document assembly program, but if I had as many lawyers as Cadwalader, I'd be making everyone use HotDocs, and I will buy HotDocs Pro, I will, as soon as another crop comes in on the money tree.

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