Firefly Scotland to help launch legal website that provides online pre-nups

Firefly Scotland has been appointed to launch a website that provides people with a pre-nup template and over-the-phone legal advice.

Login2Law: pre-nup advice
Login2Law: pre-nup advice

Login2Law, backed by Thorntons Legal firm is the first website of its kind in Scotland. It allows users to purchase templates for legal documents such as pre-nups, wills and lease agreements. Customers fill out the documents with the help of legal advice provided over-the-phone. The service claims to save consumer time and money in comparison to the traditional way of completing legal forms.

Firefly has be been briefed to launch Login2Law as a consumer website to help people resolve legal issues with the guidance of a law firm. It will begin this by talking about pre-nup agreements ahead of the upcoming Royal wedding of Zara Phillips to Mike Tindall in Edinburgh in July.

It plans to poll people every quarter over reasons why they would, or would not get a pre-nup and then draw a comparison between the results, before releasing the information to the media.

The six-month project was won by Firefly, following a competitive pitch process and work on this account has begum already.

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