Gale Legal Forms is a database available to all patrons of the Rogers Public Library which provides a wide selection of state-specific (and multi-state) legal forms across the most popular legal areas. It includes real estate contracts, wills, pre-marital agreements, bankruptcy, divorce, landlord tenant and many others. Also included is a comprehensive attorney state directory and a dictionary of legal definitions explained in everyday language. An exciting new feature allows patrons to fill out many of the most popular forms online in a simple fill-in-the-blank format. The form will then be automatically generated with this information included for patrons to use. If you are using this database outside of the library, you will need to enter your library card number to access these forms. Some of the most used forms are as follows:
Automobile Sales Agreement
Bill of Sale (your choice of automobile, boat or watercraft, general, or mobile home)
Declaration of Living Will and Power of Attorney for Health
Last Will and Testament
Landlord to Tenant: Choose from various notices relating to Residential Landlord Tenant leases: 1) 7- Day Notice to Pay Rent or Lease Terminate 2) Notice of Default in Payment of Rent Warning Prior to Demand to Pay or Terminate
Tenant to Landlord: Choose from various notices relating to Residential Landlord Tenant leases: 1) Insufficient notice of Termination of Rental Agreement 2) Response to Notice of Termination – Condition was caused by negligent or deliberate act of Landlord or 3) Termination of lease due to Landlord’s non-compliance
To access these and many more forms, follow these steps:
Go to rogerspubliclibrary.org and click on the Research tab.
Click on “Law and Government.”
Scroll down until you find Gale Legal Forms and click on it.
Enter your library card number.
Click on “Complete Legal Forms Online.”
Scroll through to find the form you want to complete and click on the form.
Fill out the form following the instructions.
Have you watched Hamilton: The Musical, yet?
If you’ve already binged it three times, haven’t gotten to it, or anything in between, here are a few books that will tickle your historical fancy.
America’s First Daughter by Stephanie Dray and Laura Kamoie
Washington: A Life by Ron Chernow
Becoming Marie Antoinette by Juliet Grey
1776 by David McCullough
George Washington’s Secret Six: The Spy Ring That Saved the American Revolution by Brian Kilmeade and Dan Yaeger
Rules of Civility by Amor Towles
Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln by Doris Kearns Goodwin
We also have the book dedicated to the musical!
Hamilton: the revolution being the complete libretto of the Broadway musical, with a true account of its creation, and concise remarks on hip-hop, the power of stories, and the new America by Lin-Manuel Miranda and Jeremy McCarter