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What Is SNAP Legal?

SNAP Legal is a series of systems that generate legal documents that are tailored for your business. It significantly cuts the cost for legal work while providing an adequate substitute for a full-time attorney. Legal work is now affordable.

The system is built by a team of successful attorneys (the same team that works on all of our other patents, trademarks, and copyrights) and data specialists to ensure that the documents live up to Miller IP Law's quality standards.

In addition to that, each document is reviewed by our attorneys to ensure that all of your information was entered and applied correctly, and that it lives up to our quality standards.

Why Should I Choose SNAP Legal Instead of an Attorney?

SNAP Legal isn't for everyone.

Who is it for then?

SNAP Legal is for those that are looking for legal work, but can't afford the cost of hiring Miller IP Law.


Let's face it: attorneys can be expensive. We understand.

We at Miller IP Law aim to provide the best quality for a decent price for independents, small businesses, and startups. However, we understand that not everyone can afford an attorney.


We don't want anyone to have to go without legal services due to the price.

Everyone deserves to form their LLC, protect their inventions, and keep the rights to their branding.


SHORT ANSWER: If you can't afford an attorney, SNAP Legal is a more affordable option.

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