Document Assembly Software for Forming LLC’s
DL Drafting Library prepares articles of organization and LLC operating agreements.
The Limited Liability Companies Library prepares Articles of Organization and Operating Agreements for limited liability companies. Includes family LLC’s. Select provisions for appointment of managers; transferability of interests; rights of first refusal; buyouts on death, disability, retirement or termination of employment; admission of new members; deferred capital contributions and security, therefore; loans from members; covenants not to compete; acquisition and operation of reality, reporting requirements; arbitration; and other subjects.
More Software for Creating and Managing Entities
Prepare Shareholders Agreements
Create Organization Minutes and By-Laws for New Corporations
Draft Limited and General Partnership Agreements
Keep Corporate and LLC Records Current
DL Libraries – used by legal professionals to create legal documents since 1983 – $500 each
Multi-state single library (all states except LA), $1000
Network single library (8 users), $1000
Save on complete sets: NY 23 libraries 4950-3NY, $5000, save $6500*
Other states except LA (19 libraries) 4950-3[xx], $5000, save $4000*
Network & military versions, or other questions call, 800 221-2972 x1553
*Plus credit of $500 for each library previously purchased.
“Can I use DL Libraries on a Mac?”
DL is a Windows program. To use DL on a Mac you need to enable the Mac to run the Microsoft Windows operating system. You can do so using software packages such as Parallels Desktop, Microsoft Virtual PC or VMware Fusion (and, of course, you'll need a licensed copy of Microsoft Windows). Parallels Desktop is popular. Even without one of these packages you can install Windows on a Mac using Boot Camp which comes on all Macs. Once you have installed Windows on your Mac, you can install DL in the Windows section of the Mac. Instead of purchasing Parallels Desktop and Windows, a lot of attorneys just purchase a PC to run DL and other Windows programs.
To speak with a software specialist, call Ann Lutchmidat at 800 529-6278 x1553 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.