Need to draft a contract, motion, pleading, or some other legal document and don’t know where to start? Don’t re-invent the wheel because . . . there’s a form for that!
Practicing lawyers often use forms when drafting standard legal documents. Legal forms can be found on the Internet, on subscription databases and in print. Because there are so many places you can look, we suggest you start with the Mendik Library’s Legal Forms guide; it will direct you to sources that provide forms for a variety of practice areas.
When using a form, remember that it is important to review all relevant laws and rules. Forms are not etched in stone and should be tailored (and updated) to conform to your particular case!