Lawyer: This will allow people to draft their own documents


KUALA LUMPUR: A group of lawyers are on a mission to increase public access to justice – including allowing the average Joe to draw up a will or contract the DIY way.

“The reality is that many Malaysians do not engage the services of lawyers because they are costly. Others are unsure of where and how they can gain access to a good lawyer to meet their needs,” said Jenn Beh of BON Advocates, the group’s project manager.

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