Practicing lawyers often refer to templates or "forms" when drafting standard legal documents.
When using a form, it is important to review all relevant laws and rules. Forms are not etched in stone and should be tailored to your specific case.
You will often find many variations of the same form. It is best to consult several forms, taking particular aspects from each, when creating your legal document.
Mendik Library Catalog
You can find both print and electronic resources by simply searching our Library Catalog. Use the word "forms" as a search term.
NYCourts.gov - statewide and location-specific forms
USCourts.gov - links to standard forms used in the U.S. Courts
Blumberg Legal Forms (fee)