Fill and Sign United States Legal Forms

The United States government provides legal forms for every stage of life: from marriage, adoption, and divorce papers to the forms you may need to start a business or to legally document any action. Whatever the case may be, TemplateRoller's online library of United States Legal Forms has the right documents for you.

United States Federal Legal Forms

Looking to file a tax return, register a small business, apply for Federal benefits, or join the military? Check out our selection of United States Federal Legal Forms sorted by their issuing department or agency.

The provided forms include those released by the Federal Courts, the Department of Defense, the Internal Revenue Service, the Social Security Administration, and many more.

United States Legal Forms by State

Some of the legal forms we provide require assistance from a local attorney or a notary public. Many will have no legal effect if not signed before witnesses or an appropriate official. Be sure to read all provided instructions and supporting documents before filing: the proper use and handling of these legal forms is extremely important (using a form incorrectly or altering the original contents of the form is prohibited and may result in liability).

Browse hundreds of state-specific legal forms listed by department through the links below:

AlabamaHawaiiMassachusettsNew MexicoSouth Dakota
AlaskaIdahoMichiganNew YorkTennessee
ArizonaIllinoisMinnesotaNorth CarolinaTexas
ArkansasIndianaMississippiNorth DakotaUtah
DelawareLouisianaNevadaPennsylvaniaWest Virginia
FloridaMaineNew HampshireRhode IslandWisconsin
GeorgiaMarylandNew JerseySouth CarolinaWyoming

Many of the U.S. legal forms provided through the links above are forms that can be filled out electronically. They can be completed in most web browsers (including Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Firefox) or can be accessed through Adobe's latest Acrobat Reader.

United States Legal Forms by Activity

Using the right U.S. legal forms specific to your location and activity is critical: laws that govern both personal and corporate matters vary widely from one state to the next. Filing for bankruptcy with California authorities calls for an entirely different set of supporting documents than doing the same in Ohio.

That’s why it’s so important to figure out the right U.S. legal forms to file for everything from creating a non-profit to planning your estate. Get access to useful tips and instructions by browsing forms sorted by topic and activity:

File Power of Attorney forms (by state)Download Affidavits (by state)File your federal tax return
Browse real estate formsGet access to child care assistanceFile for unemployment
Apply for an SBA Disaster LoanFile bankruptcyLearn to manage your debt
Access welfare benefitsApply for TANFApply for SNAP

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