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Interactive Family Law Forms from Philadelphia Legal Assistance

Philadelphia Legal Assistance has created interactive forms for some of the more common family law situations. The forms were developed for self-represented litigants and are available on PALawHELP.org. They include:

Philadelphia Legal Assistance also created short videos for those participating in a custody hearing, a support conference, or trying to obtain a protection from abuse order.

For more information about Philadelphia Legal Assistance and what they do, see their About page. Want to help PLA's mission? Check out their Donate page.

Is your topic not covered in one of the above forms? Check out our Pennsylvania Family Law guide for a selection of resources available at Jenkins. Some helpful titles include Library of Pennsylvania Family Law Forms, Pennsylvania Family Law Practice and Procedure (available on the library's Westlaw computers and in print), and PBI's Philadelphia County Domestic Relations Practice and Family Law Practice in Bucks, Chester, Delaware & Montgomery Counties.

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