Información sobre como asegurar que el dueño de su apartamento devuelva su depósito de seguridad y que puede hacer si no le reembolsa el depósito.
Each county in Maine has its own Probate Court. Probate Courts handle legal cases concerning wills and estates, guardianships, name changes and a few other family-related issues. If you are seeking a divorce or need a court to decide a paternity (unmarried parents) case, you need to go to your local District Court, not the Probate Court.
We have developed several streamlined "HotDocs interviews." This is an "automated document assembly" program. It uses your answers to a series of questions to populate the empty fields on a court form. We've also used this technology to estimate the amount food supplements (SNAP) you may qualify to receive.
Here are some tips for using our HotDocs interviews:
To create these super-automated forms, we use an automated document assembly program called HotDocs. Go here to learn more about how to use HotDocs.
We have created HotDocs versions of the most commonly used family court forms and a few others. They are linked below.
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