Easy to Access Legal Forms


Do you want a street named after you? Or do you simply need your own name changed? You can find a form for that on our Legal Forms database.

More popularly requested, Legal Forms offers quitclaim deeds and a wide range of forms related to Power of Attorney and Wills & Estates issues. Other topics include Bankruptcy, Landlord/Tenant, Marriage and Divorce. If you need a form or sample letter for a legal issue it is most likely available on this site.

In addition to the forms, this site has information about legal terms and definitions as well as a Question & Answer section that might help you understand your situation better.

There is no charge for accessing the forms. However, from home you will need a library card and at the library printing is $.15 per page.

If you are looking for resources beyond forms and definitions, be sure to take a look at our Legal Information Subject Guide. It’s the best place to find information on local legal help, books, and links to a wide variety of websites for specific needs.

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    • Hi Jeff,

      Thank you for your question! You can access the Legal Forms database at home if you have a library card number by visiting this website: Legal Forms Database and search for “divorce decree” forms. You can also visit any one of our 8 locations in person and we can assist you with navigating the legal forms site. Please keep in mind that staff are not legal professionals, therefore we are unable to tell you what form you need or help you pick a form that works best for your needs.
      Please call the library at 970-243-4442 if you have any questions.

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