Wonder.Legal Review (2020)

Shanti Rubens
Timnah Baker
Mathew Care

Rated & reviewed by our team of lawyers at GoodClause™

Last updated July 19, 2020


The Wonder.Legal website offers online legal solutions.

Can you use these DIY solutions to save on the hassle and expense of engaging a lawyer? Moreover, is Wonder.Legal any good? 🤷

To test out how well Wonder.Legal works, our Review Team evaluated the site on 10 key criteria. Here’s what we found…

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7.4

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French legal startup, Wonder.Legal, got it right with their “auto-magical” document creation system. Many online legal sites allow you to build a DIY template with a wizard system. But Wonder.Legal takes it one step further. When you use the question-answer interface on the Wonder.Legal website, your answers magically appear in the document you’re building. This means that instead of answering questions in the abstract, you have a context for the questions. This can help you provide more relevant answers. It’s smart technology!

While Wonder.Legal has one of the best legal technology solutions we’ve seen, their templates will only suit you if you are a true do-it-yourself (DIY) user who knows exactly what you need. That’s because Wonder.Legal doesn’t offer any advice or guidance on which template to use for your case, nor any opportunity to speak to a customer service representative or a lawyer.

Wonder.Legal is a good option for creating a simple legal document if you’re not fussed about seeking legal advice. On the other hand, if you want to ask a lawyer to review your document, Wonder.Legal won’t be able to help you. In that case, you might be better using one of Australia’s full service online legal solutions like Legal123 or LawPath.

Although Wonder.Legal is a French company, the small range of documents they provide for Australia are generally well drafted to accommodate for local laws. Check out one of the "wonders" of the legal world (you see what we did there).

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French legal startup, Wonder.Legal, got it right with their “auto-magical” document creation system. Many online legal sites allow you to build a DIY template with a wizard system. But Wonder.Legal takes it one step further. When you use the question-answer interface on the Wonder.Legal website, your answers magically appear in the document you’re building. This means that instead of answering questions in the abstract, you have a context for the questions. This can help you provide more relevant answers. It’s smart technology!

While Wonder.Legal has one of the best legal technology solutions we’ve seen, their templates will only suit you if you are a true do-it-yourself (DIY) user who knows exactly what you need. That’s because Wonder.Legal doesn’t offer any advice or guidance on which template to use for your case, nor any opportunity to speak to a customer service representative or a lawyer.

Wonder.Legal is a good option for creating a simple legal document if you’re not fussed about seeking legal advice. On the other hand, if you want to ask a lawyer to review your document, Wonder.Legal won’t be able to help you. In that case, you might be better using one of Australia’s full service online legal solutions like Legal123 or LawPath.

Although Wonder.Legal is a French company, the small range of documents they provide for Australia are generally well drafted to accommodate for local laws. Check out one of the "wonders" of the legal world (you see what we did there). 

About Wonder.Legal

Wonder.Legal claims that anyone can use its online legal template creation service, 'from your grandmother to a seasoned lawyer'. It doesn't purport to replace a lawyer. The tech company says it doesn't give legal advice and won't tell you which document to choose or how to complete it.

Founded in France in 2014, Wonder.Legal has spread fast. It now operates in over 14 countries and launched in Australia in 2017.

Wonder.Legal has a great user experience. You can see your document completed on the fly as you answer the questions. What's more, document pricing is determined by Artifical Intelligence and could range from $1.99 to $49.99, depending on demand.


Legal categories covered by Wonder.Legal

Wonder.Legal helps you take care of business with legal templates for Employment, Business Partnerships, Sale of Business, Equipment Hire, Contractors & Consultants, Confidentiality & Non Disclosure, Loans & Finance, Intellectual Property, Company & Shareholder Agreements, Online Businesses, General Business, Cars, etc.

You can get your personal affairs in order with Wonder.Legal's legal forms for Powers of Attorney, Parental Consent, etc.

You can look after property matters with online legal documents for Commercial Leases, Short Term Leases, etc from Wonder.Legal.

Pros & Cons

✓ Great Instructions
✓ Free Sample
✓ Document Wizard
✓ Editable Word Doc
✓ Clear Language

✕ No Author Named
✕ No Phone Help
✕ No Lawyer Referrals
✕ Strictly No Refunds


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