Rye Public Library provides these forms as a service to our patrons but the library does not accept responsibility for any actions resulting from their use. Legal advice should be provided by a certified legal professional.
NuWav Legal Documents
Legal Documents Made Easy. The steady forward movement of automation and standardization in law now allows many legal issues to be handled by an individual without the help of expensive lawyers. You can handle most common legal issues with no assistance whatsoever. This online tool that lets you create and compose professional-quality documents in categories such as Business, Contracts, Landlord/Tenant disputes, Divorce.
Basic Legal Citation (LII 2007) is an introduction to basic legal citation.
Family Division Index of the NH Judicial Branch
How to Research a Legal Problem: A Guide for Non-Lawyers
This guide is published by the American Association of Law Librarians, Legal Information Services to the Public Special Interest Section (LISP). LISP is a section of AALL whose mission is to improve access and promote legal information.
Lawyer, Attorney, Law, Legal Information – FindLaw
Findlaw is a great resource for finding linking to other states’ sites for statutes, slip opinions, and administrative rules. There are also articles aimed at members of the public on specific legal subjects under the “Learn about the Law” heading.
New Hampshire Bar Association – Directory
For the Public links to public information pamphlets (including “A Guide to New Hampshire Courts,” “Consumer Protection Law,” “Domestic Violence,” etc. ) There are also links to other New Hampshire low cost and no cost legal service organizations.
New Hampshire Law Library
Everything you’ve wanted to know about the New Hampshire Law Library but were afraid to ask!!! This site provides links to our online catalog, hours, collections, contact information, etc.
New Hampshire Legal Aid is a web portal to legal services programs, and legal information.
NH Court Rules for the Supreme Court, Superior, Probate, Family, and District Court. Also included are the NH Rules of Evidence and the New Hampshire Rules of Professional Conduct.