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Pennsylvania Forms: Dunlap-Hanna and More!

Dunlap-Hanna Pennsylvania Forms is a classic Pennsylvania form set that has been used by attorneys for over 150 years. The table of contents reveals thorough coverage of a variety of legal subjects. There are forms related to real property, family law, business transactions, Register of Wills and Orphans' Court procedures, as well as civil litigation, actions in criminal court, and appellate procedure. Before each group of forms, Dunlap-Hanna includes explanatory material and practical help. Jenkins owns a copy of this title in print, and volumes can be borrowed through our Free Book Pulling and Delivery service. It is also searchable on our Lexis stations here at the library.

If you are looking for Pennsylvania forms on your desktop, try Gale's PA Legal Forms. This database provides sample forms on such topics as wills & estates, power of attorney, real estate, and incorporation. Forms included in this database have been drafted by attorneys for a particular legal matter, gleaned from public records, or submitted by participating companies and attorneys. Most are available as Microsoft Word documents so that they can be easily downloaded and edited. This database is available 24/7 to all Jenkins' members. Watch our video, Searching PA Legal Forms, for help using this database.

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