Fayetteville Public Library patrons can now obtain important legal documents for free through a new service launched this week.
Library officials today announced the introduction of LawDepot, an online legal form service designed to help people draft contracts, living wills, prenuptial agreements and other legal forms that might otherwise be difficult to acquire due to associated legal fees.
From the library:
With over 10 years of experience, LawDepot has drafted over one million contracts and has helped their clients save half a billion dollars in legal fees. LawDepot provides a quick and easy way to create customizable legal documents. By following a simple step-by-step process, library patrons will be able to create a variety of state-specific legal forms. After a document has been completed, users will have the option to print, download or save their form to LawDepot’s secure archive. All LawDepot documents have been developed by an experienced team of in-house lawyers and are regularly updated to ensure accuracy.
Popular forms offered by LawDepot include bill of sale, Last Will and Testament, lease agreement, lease notices, living will, power of attorney, prenuptial agreement, promissory note, release agreement, sales agreement, service agreement and more.
Details on LawDepot may be found at www.faylib.org/learn.
For more information, contact Willow Fitzgibbon, director of library services, at 479-856-7210.