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Online Court Resources
Resources for the Tallapoosa County Probate Court as well as online resources applicable to courts generally in Tallapoosa County, Alabama, and resources applicable to all courts in Alabama.
Published opinions and orders
Attorney General Opinions
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Forms and related information
Do It Yourself Instructions and Forms
View and download "do it yourself" instructions and forms provided by the Alabama State Bar Committee on Pro Se Forms. Some forms may be filled out online.
Judicial System Forms
View and download forms including child support, civil, criminal, juvenile, motion cover sheet, probate, small claims, and traffic. Local forms are available for some counties.
Self help, legal research, general information
Tallapoosa County Adoption Information
View information about adoptions in Tallapoosa County Probate Court.
Tallapoosa County Conservatorship and Guardianship Information
View information regarding conservatorships and guardianships in Tallapoosa County Probate Court.
Tallapoosa County Name Change Information
View instructions for adult and minor name changes in Tallapoosa County Probate Court.
Tallapoosa County Wills and Administration Information
View information about wills and administration of estates without a will in Tallapoosa County Probate Court.
Alabama Probate Court Information
View and download pamphlets about Alabama probate matters, including adoption, conservators and guardians, duties of the Probate Office, estates, and involuntary commitments. Select the "Pamphlets" menu item for links.
Alabama Constitution and Laws
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Child Support Information and Services
Find information about the establishment, modification, and enforcement of child support orders; paternity; locating the non-custodial parent; payment; and other issues related to child support. Links to downloadable forms and additional resources are included.
View Alabama court rules including Civil Procedure, Small Claims, Criminal Procedure, Juvenile Procedure, and Evidence.
Legal Information and Legal Assistance
Find information about Alabama legal issues related to families and children, housing, the legal system, veterans and military, benefits, health, immigration, disaster aid, consumer issues, senior citizens, and taxes. Links to community resources are also available, including organizations that offer free legal services to eligible clients.
State Law Library
View information about the Supreme Court and State Law Library, which is open to the public for legal research. View the online catalog, available materials and services, links to legal research resources, and an "Ask a Librarian" online request form.
Traffic and Motor Vehicle Information
The Alabama Department of Public Safety offers several manuals with legal information about traffic and motor vehicle laws, including driver, CDL, motorcycle, and boat certification. Information and forms related to license reinstatement and other motor vehicle issues are also available.
Legal aid, free services, lawyer referral
Alabama Legal Assistance and Lawyer Referral
The Alabama State Bar provides information about legal assistance programs and a lawyer referral service.
Complaints Against Lawyers
The Alabama State Bar offers information about complaints against lawyers, including a downloadable brochure.
The Alabama Attorney General's Office of Consumer Protection offers an online complaint form and links to downloadable brochures and additional online resources. Select the "Consumer" menu item for links.
Find Legal Assistance
Search for civil legal assistance by location and legal issue, or view a directory of legal service providers by city name.
Search the Alabama State Bar directory of member attorneys by name, city, state, firm, and law school.
View information about free legal services for low-income people in civil matters, with an online application form and contacts for local offices.