If only law was this simple, we wouldn’t need years of schooling to understand legal doctrine, the differences between statutory laws in each jurisdiction and common law nuances. The quickest way to get yourself into a future legal dispute is by using a cookie-cutter legal document and truly believe it serves all parties’ needs. There are still cases that arise in contract disputes to which precedent is challenged. Don’t shut the door on attorneys just yet. Contract law is very complicated. It’s the subject I’m struggling with the most in my bar studies. Drafting a contract isn’t the hard part, it’s what can go wrong during performance and remedies thereafter. I’d argue you may see an influx in litigation if we began to rely on “form” contracts.