A flipped form uses everyday langauge, not legalese, to express legal terms like contract obligations or policy requirements.
With a regular legal form, the drafting lawyers are the experts. Users of the form rely on the lawyers to translate their needs into legalese.
With a flipped form, users are the experts. Drafting lawyers help users express their needs in words they can understand, offering guidance on the law and what the form should cover.
If part of a flipped form doesn’t make sense to you, that’s the form’s fault, not yours. The form should change so you can understand it, and feel confident using it.
You’re the expert on your needs. Only your feedback can make a flipped form a good form.