Saturday, May 23, 2020

Free eResources for FCPL Cardholders - Gale Legal Forms

Selling a boat? Need a will? Hiring a nanny? Then you would be wise to document the terms of your agreement with the right legal form to protect your legal interests.

Don’t make the mistake of failing to "Put it in Writing". Failure to have agreements in writing leads to needless disputes and misunderstandings, as well as failure to provide a remedy. Many contracts must be in writing to be legal and enforceable.

Gale Legal Forms is available free to patrons for a variety of business, personal, litigation, and federal needs. Many can be downloaded to Microsoft Word and ready for the easy addition of your specific terms.

Need more information?

There are also sections on Legal Definitions, Helpful Topics like animal law and lemon law, and Legal Q and A. Legal Q & A are sample questions and answers for various states and should be used for informational purposes only. All answers provide legal information, not legal advice.

Need an attorney instead? This resource also includes an Attorney Directory.
The Attorney Directory is a unique listing of attorneys by state who have agreed to offer their services at some of the most competitive rates available today. The Attorney Directory is a good place to quickly get in touch with attorneys who can help you. Lawyers can assist you with everything from basic legal form preparation to complex representation.

Warning: Public users should consult an attorney in their state for serious legal matters.

To Access Gale Legal Forms:

Start from the library website:  Click on eResources; Law and Government; then Gale Legal Forms. Log in with your library card number, PIN, and the Galileo password provided.  For forms specific to Forsyth County, access the Forsyth County Law Library. Forsyth County residents can apply online for a free library card. 

Mary White
Information Specialist