Every lawyer I've ever been around when the term Legal Zoom is brought up cringes.
It's not a "there goes my job" cringe, it's more like the cringe a plumber makes when he sees a T joint installed flowing the wrong way, or the way a mechanic cringes when an owner admits not knowing you had to change the oil, or the way a doctor cringes when someone gets a puncture wound on a piece of metal and doesn't get a tetanus shot. It's the way an architect cringes at most residential add-ons, or a trucker cringes at people texting while driving. It's the same cringe you see from a paramedic when a motorcyclist rides by without a helmet, which is the same cringe engineers make when they discover the foundation was poured just six inches deep, on sand. If you've seen an electrician stare at knob-and-tube wiring, or a firefighter watching kids shooting off fireworks in the street, you know what I mean.