[Michlib-l] MeL Minute – Gale Legal Forms Library
Borrelli, Eunice (MDE)
BorrelliE at michigan.gov
Thu Aug 28 15:42:38 EDT 2014
It’s a fact of life that sometimes we need legal forms and information, whether consulting with an attorney or not. Local print resources might not be available or current or convenient, but don’t let that stop you from finding what you need. The Gale Legal Forms Library<http://subscriptions.uslegalforms.com/gale/index.php?s=categories> found in MeL’s Legal<http://mel.org/index.php?P=MeLGateways&ParentId=952> and Business<http://mel.org/index.php?P=MeLGateways&ParentId=832> Gateways and the alphabetic list of MeL databases<http://mel.org/Databases> contains copies of actual forms and documents that are continuously updated to reflect current state laws. Download and view completed samples. Explore popular searches (divorce, landlord tenant, name change), browse categories, and search the definitions and law digest sections. Michigan residents or Michigan library access only. Keep in mind that not all Michigan courts may accept the forms contained in this resource and you may need to check SCAO-Approved Court Forms, http://courts.mi.gov/administration/scao/forms/pages/default.aspx
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