Yes, legalese is bad. Legalese makes statements difficult to understand by using legal jargon, Latin, or overly complicated language.
Using legalese could make your contracts and policies void in a legal dispute, as it obscures the meaning of a given document.
Policies and contracts are more likely to hold up in court if they are written in plain language instead of legalese.
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