Interactive Self Help Forms from Legal Aid and other sources
FEMA Appeals After you respond to the questions in this interactive interview, the program will use your answers to create a letter to request your file and to appeal your FEMA denial. [back to top]
Guardianship of a Minor Make court forms to ask the court to be appointed Guardian of a child (under 17 years). Motion to Modify Child Support - Administrative Courts Create court forms to ask the court to modfy child support. This form is for use in Admistrative Court, not State District Court. Name Change (Adult) Make court forms to ask the court to legally change your name.
Make court forms to ask the court to remove a non-violent felony from the court records.
Writing Identity Theft Letters
Create letters to sent to your creditors, debt collectors and credit bureaus when your identity has been stolen.
Order of Protection Against Domestic Violence Make court forms to ask the court to order someone to stop
stalking, harrassing or abusing you.
Legal Needs Check-Up Tool (Stateside Legal)
Use this to find out more about your legal problems and where to find more information and help.
Servicemembers Civil Relief Act Screening and Resource Finder (Stateside Legal)
An interactive tool to find out if you may qualify for help under the SCRA and direct you to resources for help.
Auto Lease Termination (Stateside Legal)
Create a letter to give written notice to the person or company you leased a vehicle from before you were called to active duty.
Cell Phone Service Contract Termination (Stateside Legal)
Create a letter to terminate or suspend your cell phone contract without penalty.
This document is a collection of Legal Aid's self-help automated forms and some from other similar resources.
Before using any of these forms, you should:
- learn as much as you can about the subject area you are interested in;
- be sure you are using the forms in the correct way;
- meet with a lawyer to talk about your case and your situation.
NOTICE: These online forms MAY NOT BE USED FOR ANY COMMERCIAL PURPOSE.
Information and Instructions
What is this program?
- This program uses interviews to collect information about you to create court forms and letters.
Oklahoma does not have many "official" court forms, but some forms are set out by law.
How does this work?
- Not all fields are required, but those that are required are in red, and you should answer as much information as you can.
- When you are finished, you will get an electronic file of the forms with the information you provided. This file can be opened using Microsoft Word or other word processors. You can save this electronic copy and type in more information later, or print and add information by hand or email the form.
- This program does not file these forms with any court for you; it only auotmates the forms for you to read, edit and file with the court or mail the letters to the recipient.
Can I save my answers in case I need to get more information or continue working on this later?
- Before you begin the interview, you will be given the chance to create an account to save your progress and answers. Click on the "Sign Up to Save Your Work" button before you begin. You should do this if you don’t think you’ll have enough time to finish the interview, or if you aren’t sure you have all the paperwork or information you will need.
- If you do not create an account and save your work, you will have to start from the beginning if you find an error or want to come back later.
- Your saved answers are kept private. You can use your saved answers to fill in more than one form to save you time. If you save your answers, you can delete them once you have all the forms you need.
- If you cannot print from the computer you are working on, you can save your answers and log in on another computer so you do not need to start from the beginning. At the end of the interview, you maychose to email your document.
- When you return to the interview and load your saved answers, you can jump back to any point of the interview.