Pro Bono Attorneys Deskbook
Sample Pleadings, Forms, Tools &
Don't Reinvent the Wheel!
No need to reinvent
Forms & tools
relevant to pro bono representation are part of this Deskbook.
Forms for pro se
litigants in family law matters have been developed by the
Supreme Court Commission on Pro Se Litigation. When new Supreme Court
rules as approved, these forms will be acceptable statewide. For
more information, see the Family Law Forms
page in this deskbook.
maintains a forms library. Attorneys from all over the state upload
forms to this site for sharing with other attorneys. See:
Missouri Bar File Exchange.
Note: These forms and tools are provided by The
Missouri Bar as a service to its members who do pro bono work. The
Missouri Bar does not assume any liability for the correctness of or use
of any form.
Pleading and Practice Forms from Legal Services
services offices in Missouri have
developed a library of forms and legal research. Under the Forms &
Tools button at the top of the page you will find a
table of contents of the legal
services library. Identify the items
which you would like to obtain and email your
request to the appropriate Legal Services office. If
you are doing pro bono work for clients
who have low income, you may request any
of the documents listed that will assist you in
documents should be made to the legal
services program for your area:
Missouri, contact to Latricia Scott-Adams at (816)421-8020 (firstname.lastname@example.org);
Columbia/Jefferson City area, contact Steve Pratte at (573) 442-0116
Missouri, contact Deanna Scott at (417) 881-1302 x 318 (email@example.com);
Missouri, contact Jim Guest at (314)
534-4200, x1304 (JHGuest@lsem.org).
If you are not sure
of the Legal Services office for your area, visit the state Legal
Services website at: