Here is a list of all of the Do-It-Yourself Tools on Michigan Legal Help in alphabetical order.
Do-It-Yourself Answer and Counterclaim for Custody
Use this tool to draft forms to respond when your child's other parent has filed a Complaint for Custody. Do not use this form if your spouse has filed for divorce.
Do-It-Yourself Answer and Counterclaim for Divorce
Use this tool to draft forms to respond when your spouse has filed for divorce.
Do-It-Yourself Answer to Eviction Complaint
Use this tool to prepare an Answer if you are facing eviction.
Use this tool to prepare the forms you can use to respond when someone has sued you to collect a debt.
Do-It-Yourself Custody Case (Unmarried Parents)
Use this tool to draft forms to start a custody case if you are not married to the other parent of your child or children and paternity was established by Affidavit of Parentage.
Do-It-Yourself Delegation of Parental Authority (Short-Term Parental Power of Attorney)
Use this tool to prepare forms to give someone else temporary legal power to make decisions for your child.
Do-It-Yourself Divorce Dismissal
This tool will help you create a form to ask a judge to dismiss your divorce.
Do-It-Yourself Expungement (Adult Conviction)
Use this tool to fill out the forms to ask a court to set aside an adult criminal conviction. A conviction that is set aside cannot be seen by the public. You will go to the LawHelp Interactive website to do this. After you answer the questions, your finished forms will be ready for you to print.
Do-It-Yourself Expungement (Juvenile Adjudication)
Use this tool to fill out the forms you need to ask a judge to set aside a juvenile adjudication. An adjudication that is set aside cannot be seen by the public.
Use this tool to draft the form to ask the court to waive or suspend the filing fees and other costs in your case. If you receive public assistance, or are unable to pay the fees and costs in your case, the court can decide to let you file without paying.