Rocket Lawyer, which offers online legal documents and virtual attorney meetings to businesses and individuals, raises $ 223 million, led by Vista Credit Partners (Aaron Pressman / Fortune)

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Online legal service Rocket Lawyer has raised $223 million of financing from an investor group led by Vista Credit Partners to further its international expansion and make acquisitions in what is a fragmented market.

The company, which has 25 million registered users, already offers online legal documents and virtual attorney meetings to businesses and individuals in the U.S., U.K. and parts of Europe. Customers pay $40 monthly for a subscription or for individual documents, from $40 for a simple living will to $100 for an incorporation filing.

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Online legal service Rocket Lawyer has raised $223 million of financing from an investor group led by Vista Credit Partners to further its international expansion and make acquisitions in what is a fragmented market.

The company, which has 25 million registered users, already offers online legal documents and virtual attorney meetings to businesses and individuals in the U.S., U.K. and parts of Europe. Customers pay $40 monthly for a subscription or for individual documents, from $40 for a simple living will to $100 for an incorporation filing.

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Online legal service Rocket Lawyer has raised $223 million of financing from an investor group led by Vista Credit Partners to further its international expansion and make acquisitions in what is a fragmented market.

The company, which has 25 million registered users, already offers online legal documents and virtual attorney meetings to businesses and individuals in the U.S., U.K. and parts of Europe. Customers pay $40 monthly for a subscription or for individual documents, from $40 for a simple living will to $100 for an incorporation filing.

Our mission to make business better is fueled by readers like you. To enjoy unlimited access to our journalism, subscribe today.

Online legal service Rocket Lawyer has raised $223 million of financing from an investor group led by Vista Credit Partners to further its international expansion and make acquisitions in what is a fragmented market.

The company, which has 25 million registered users, already offers online legal documents and virtual attorney meetings to businesses and individuals in the U.S., U.K. and parts of Europe. Customers pay $40 monthly for a subscription or for individual documents, from $40 for a simple living will to $100 for an incorporation filing.