Find several resources for writing better legal documents on this much-linked blog:
"Legal language is used to record and explain the most important events in people’s lives — should it not be comprehensible?
"Modernizing the archaic style you learned by rote is easy and with a little practice becomes habit.
"Legal writing should be well organized (simple) and use everyday words (plain). This is easy to learn if you have the desire. So go for it."
BTW, blogger Cheryl Stephens "[I]s interested in how people communicate and relate to one another. I am a mentor, a muse, a friend, a teacher, and a retired consultant and lawyer."