Legal forms are in demand throughout the profession. Without a true form book for every state, it can be difficult to find useful practical forms.
Attorneys and other legal professionals who have access to a law library with a collection of form books, or to a massive legal database like Lexis or Westlaw, can find sample forms for the majority of their needs. But small firms and solo attorneys may find accessing legal forms a daunting prospect.
Many websites specialize in providing access to legal forms. Some of these sites market to the general public and can be viewed as competitors to licensed attorneys, but the fact remains that their products provide only a starting place for drafting good documents.
Not unlike forms in the print collection of a law library, forms from websites still require the experienced eye of an attorney. They can also be a useful starting point for attorneys who don’t want to reinvent the wheel.
Here are some websites that collect forms covering a wide range of practice areas. Forms for specific legal topics are available too, as well as subscription services for a more cost-effective approach.
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