The software is intended? to provide direct communication between the user and a lawyer for purposes of preparing a last will and testament.? The user inputs the basic information (name, spouse, address, children, etc.) into the software (which saves it locally).? The user also has the ability to communicate directly with the lawyer (video conference, chat, or email) if he has questions.? Once the basic information has been inputed, and any questions answered, the information is transmitted to the lawyers office over the Internet.? The lawyer then prepares a last will, based on the? information provided,? and transmits it to the user via first class mail or email.? The user has the option to come into a law office to execute.?
The method would be similar to legal-zoom; however, it would not be Internet based (on CD), and the will would be prepared by a Texas lawyer for Texas individuals.? A step up from an Internet? form.
I will provide a list of data the software needs to prompt the user for (name, address, etc).? The data needs to be capable of being stored locally, so the user can access it later.
The transmission of data to the lawyer can be email to a specific address.
Each version of the? software should have a unique serial number, so that I can track each user.? The serial number should be sent with each transmission to the lawyer.
If video conference is too complicated or expensive, I may waive this requirement.
A form should include pricing information, which I need to be able to modified easily.
Transmission of credit card information to lawyer needs to be secure.