A LegalShield membership would allow you to fill out paperwork, then discuss your situation with them and have them review it and give you feedback to let you know if anything substantive is missing.
I've heard some horror stories about people who used standard forms and templates without having them reviewed before filing them, and assumed everything was fine until they ran head-first into a brick wall when they discovered they had been doing stuff that they assumed was allowed by their forming docs but wasn't.
Just say'n ... I believe it pays to have a lawyer review your docs before filing them, which is why it's good to pay a little more up front to work with a law firm that does this kind of thing regularly. Best case is, they'll look things over and give you a green light. But if your situation is even slightly non-standard, their insight can keep you from shooting yourself in the foot.