Frequently asked questions

Is DocuStream a law firm?

No. DocuStream is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice or legal services. 

What services does DocuStream provide?

On this website, we aim to provide generic, short-form legal contract templates at a cost-effective price. 

Who provides the legal advice that comes with the documents purchased on this site?

DocuStream is not a law firm and does not provide legal advice. The legal advice that comes with the documents purchased on this site is provided by Arnotts Technology Lawyers, an Australian law firm with offices in Sydney.

How do I know if the contracts on your site are right for me?

Descriptions of the contracts are contained on this website. Please contact a lawyer if you require a fully tailored commercial agreement.

Do your contracts come with any legal advice?

YES! Each time you purchase a contract from us through this website, Arnotts Technology Lawyers will give you a limited amount of free telephone legal advice. Please contact Arnotts Technology Lawyers to arrange a suitable time for this telephone advice. In the time allocated, Arnotts will advise you on the contract which you have purchased, to the extent possible. To book in your free legal advice, click here.

Can I edit your contract templates?

YES! When you purchase a contract from us through this website, you will be provided with a Microsoft Word version (.doc or .docx file) of the contract for you to download to your computer, or save to your Google Drive or Dropbox. You are free to modify the contract as you wish, however, we strongly recommend that you seek legal advice before carrying out any modifications.