Legal Tech Startup Wonder.Legal Launches in India
Legal tech startup Wonder.Legal enters India after shaking up global law market
Wonder.Legal, an online platform that allows its users to easily create legal documents on-the-fly, has today announced its launch in India after successfully penetrating various markets of the world. The online service will now allow Indians to create personalized high-quality legal documents in real-time for a fraction of the hundreds and thousands charged by Indian law firms.
The company was launched in Europe in 2014 to great reception and growth, leading to swift international expansion. It currently serves hundreds of thousands of customers in 13 countries including France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Brazil, Mexico, Australia, Canada, the UK and the US. Following its India launch, Wonder.Legal will continue its successful model of global expansion by entering Chile,Ukraine, Sweden and Thailand.
Jeremie Eskenazi, Founder & CEO, Wonder.legal said, “India is a very important market for us and we are pleased to expand our operations here. As a country, India has a lot of potential in terms of the legal domain. I believe that we’ve got a platform that can seamlessly fit into the Indian legal ecosystem.”
With 4,00,000 users, Wonder.Legal is driven by an impressive growth rate of 24% month over month. The company anticipates similar growth in India after identifying a gap in the market for easily accessible, affordable and high-quality legal documents. Its worldwide clientele comprises of 50% individuals and 50% businesses.
The Wonder.Legal platform has 30 Indian templates, including templates for a Loan Agreement, Lease Agreement and Terms & Conditions for a Website. More documents will be added on an ongoing basis. Documents are priced competitively from INR 99 to INR 999, which is substantially less than the prices charged by legal firms in the country.
The company’s software streamlines the document drafting process so that a user simply needs to select a professionally developed template and answer the relevant questions to generate high-quality legal content.