Like it or not, our day-to-day lives run on bureaucracy. From deeds to declarations, leases to living wills, there's always some kind of paperwork that needs to be filled out.
So many of these forms are so highly specialized it takes a lawyer to figure them out. Most folks don't even know where to start drafting a contract or writing a proper receipt for goods or services. Plus, one little mistake could have expensive consequences.
I can give you great advice when it comes to technology, but I'm not a professional lawyer. If you have legal questions, look up one in your area.
That being said, you might be able to get by if you have the right form. You can find plenty at FindLegalForms.com.
Browse by category or search the site for a specific form. Then you can download the form as either a word document or PDF file. From there it's easy to print or edit your document.
In addition to U.S. legal forms, this site also has forms available for Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and India.
When you visit non-U.S. sites, you will need to manually add "/free-forms/" (without the quotes) to the end of the address to find the free forms. For example, http://canada.findlegalforms.com/free-forms/