As a lawyer, I fully support sharing of forms! Please do so! BUT… also tell users about the risks and limitations of using forms in a way they get it, and not merely a standard “this is not legal advice” disclaimer.
To date, there is simply no better way to use forms than with guidance of a lawyer. (This will change with technology, but we’re not there yet.) It sounds self-serving, and it is. But it’s also fact! Thus I see forms downloading as a great first step to learn -not a substitute for legal advice.
For this reason, I suggest the best way for BP to provide such a service is NOT providing one model form per state. Rather, post a downloadable package of at least 3-5 possible variations on the same form and encourage people to compare/contrast versions so they know what they want. I fully expect most people will pick one and run with it without a lawyer. But at least you’re doing your duty by providing what they need to see, which is that there is no such thing as a “standard” form where one-size-fits-all.