October 28, 2011
How many times have you moaned, "We should have put it in writing!" If you use one of our library reference resources, 101 Law Forms for Personal Use (7th ed., 2009), by Attorneys Ralph Warner & Robin Leonard, you may never say this again.
This book isn't meant to replace lawyers or legal advice. It does provide over 100 commonly-used contracts for everyday purposes such as a child or elder care agreement, sale of a dog, personal property rental agreement and home repair contractor agreement, to name only a few.
Putting your agreements in ink can save you money, time and frustration. According to the authors, a well-drafted contract is far easier to enforce than an oral agreement, should there be disputes. The CD-Rom that accompanies the book allows the user to download and print the contract forms, so you'll never again have to complain, "We should have put it in writing!"