Library patrons have access to (from home or in the Library) thousands of legal forms with more forms: Official, State Specific, Federal, Business, Personal, Real Estate and General forms covering hundreds of legal subjects and issues. Stop by the Library and ask a librarian to show you how or check out this 3 minute video tutorial.
Where do the forms come from?
Forms available on Gale LegalForms include forms drafted by attorneys for a particular legal matter, forms from public records and participating companies and attorneys. “Official” forms for many states are also included.
What Forms are available?
The legal forms available on Gale LegalForms include business, personal, litigation and federal forms.
General Business Forms are forms, which may be used in all 50 states with little modification.
General Litigation Forms are various litigation forms covering many diverse causes of action. These forms are easily modified by Attorneys to apply in their state.
Maine Specific Forms are forms provided by Participating Attorneys, form companies, or forms specifically adapted to a particular state.
Federal Forms are business and litigation forms used in the Federal system.
Users should consult an attorney for serious legal matters.Post Author: Sonya Durney