Welcome to our easy-to-use interactive forms page. When you follow one of the links below, you will be sent to another secure website. There you will answer a series of interview questions. At the end of the interview, you can print out your form.
Legal Needs Assesment Tools
- Don't Leave Money on the Table Are you aware of all the tax credits and benefits you may qualify for?
- Legal Needs Check-up Tool Use our checklist to learn some basic information about your legal issues and where to find help.
Forms for activated service members - to assert your legal protections under federal law:
- Interactive Form - Letter for Auto Lease Termination
- Interactive Form - Letter for Cell Phone Service Contract Termination
- Interactive Form - Letter from Commanding Officer (SCRA)
- Interactive Form - Letter to Collection Agency Stop Contact
- Interactive Form - Letter to Landlord (Ending the Lease Early)
- Interactive Form - Letter to Landlord (Eviction)
- Interactive Form - Letter to Landlord (Security Deposit)
- Interactive Form - Letter to Request 6% Loan Interest Rate
- Interactive Form - Letter to Request Lower Credit Card Interest Rate
- Interactive Form - Letter of USERRA Notification to Employer
- Interactive Form - Letter of USERRA Return Notification to Employer
- Interactive Form - SCRA Screening and Resource Finder
- Interactive Form - Waiver of SCRA Protections
- Interactive Form - Motion to Stay Proceedings
- NEW! Interactive Form - Motion to Void Default Judgment
The forms on the list above help you to assert your rights under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) and under the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA).
- Interactive Form - Living Will
- Interactive Form - Power of Attorney (Durable)
- Interactive Form - Power of Attorney (General)
- Interactive Form - Power of Attorney (for Minor)
NOTICE: In light of the VA rule changes, effective March 2015, we have discontinued our interactive letters relating to VA claims and benefits. Check back later for revisions that comply with the new rules.
To learn more about the Stateside Legal Project and what to expect when you use the interactive court forms, check out our Interactive Forms FAQ page.
WARNING: It is always advisable to talk to a lawyer before proceeding in a court case on your own.
Updated March 2015