The average layperson reading a legal document is unlikely to find it beautiful. No layperson has ever read, for example, a petition to the court in a personal injury case and been struck by the beauty of the document. Even plaintiff's attorneys are unlikely to find a lot of beauty in even the most well written petitions in personal injury cases.
The fact is that most legal documents are dry, technical and unlikely to ever appear in anyone's list of the most beautiful things they have ever read.
But, wills are different.
Wills can be beautiful, as Nasdaq points out in "A Will Can Be a Beautiful Thing."
The potential beauty of a will is not in the actual words themselves.
That much should be obvious, because most wills are, in fact, dry, technical and boring legal documents to read. They often contain formal required language that does not change very much from will to will.
The true beauty of a will is in what lies behind the words.
A will, at its best, tells how a person wants his or her loved ones to be taken care after the person passes away.
It is an expression of caring and love.
A will shows that we have carefully thought about what will happen to the people we love, after we pass away.
That can be a beautiful thing, even if the language itself is dry and boring.
Reference: Nasdaq (April 10, 2017) "A Will Can Be a Beautiful Thing."