By On Jan 10, 2019 Form Template
Forms are printed documents with spaces where you can insert information. Forms have been created (by courts, self-help centers, legal aid organizations, and the like) to help people in their court cases. Forms typically will not explain the governing law to you, and they may not provide or cover all of the information necessary for the court to reach a decision. You should use legal forms as a tool in conjunction with the other written documents you prepare, information you gather, and research you do about the law governing your case.
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