Need a workable lease for your tenants? Hiring someone to teach your child piano? Writing your last will? Need power of attorney?
The Library has thousands of Illinois-specific legal forms available for you through our web-resource, Legal Forms Library.
Even if you don't need, for example, a prenuptial agreement or a service contract, it's just interesting to see what forms are available, and you never know when you'll need a document to make your life feel more secure.
But Legal Forms Library includes more than just documents for you to fill in. There is a Law Digest area which summarizes state laws for the average person. There is also has a Legal Q&A section. These are real-life questions. Some are simple, such as "How do I adopt my niece?" Others are much more complex, such as the one about the angry aunt who wrote a stingy Will out of spite but then tried to amend it when in a better mood but then died. The answers to these questions can be lengthy and refer back to the Law Digest and the Legal Forms sections.
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You have the option of searching either categories or titles. When searching, it is very helpful to search both because they do pull up different titles.