LegalZoom provides online legal advice and document preparation services for individuals and legal entities.
LegalZoom is headquartered in Glendale, California. The parent company LegalZoom has been Permira since January 2014. The last round of LegalZoom funding was $ 500 million. U.S. for July 2018. LegalZoom’s main competitor is IncFile, led by Nicholas Siha, who is their co-founder. LegalZoom has 1,091 subscribers.
LegalZoom’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding and Acquisitions
Legalzoom top competitors include: IncFile, Rocket Lawyer, Nolo, UnitedLex, UpCounsel, Axiom, Avvo, Lawdingo, Legal Hero and LegalShield.
Together they raised more than 243.7 million people from their approximately 7.0 thousand employees. Revenue LegalZoom takes 4th place among the top 10 competitors. The top 10 competitors averaged 147 million. LegalZoom employs 1,200 people and ranks third among the top 10 competitors. Top 10 competitors averaging 741.
- Website: legalzoom.com
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- Founded: 1999
- Est. Annual Revenue: $275M
- Est. Employees: 1,200
- Headquarters: 101 N. Brand Boulevard 11th Floor Glendale, California 91203
IncFile is one of the main competitors of LegalZoom. IncFile was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Houston, Texas. IncFile competes in business support services. IncFile employs 1,150 less people than LegalZoom.
Rocket Lawyer is the second competitor to LegalZoom. Rocket Lawyer was founded in 2008 in San Francisco, California. Rocket Lawyer competes in business support services. Rocket Lawyer generates $ 250 million less revenue than LegalZoom.
Nolo is the main competitor of LegalZoom. Nolo is a privately held company that was founded in Pleasanton, California in 1971. Nolo works in the legal services industry. Nolo has 1,009 less employees than LegalZoom.