How do I browse for a form or any other content for that matter?

Browsing is very simple. From the Home Page, look for the practice area you're interested in under the "Browse" panel, which is in the middle of the screen. See Fig. 1.

Fig. 1

So, let's say you want to browse family law forms. You would select "Family Law" under the Browse panel. You should now see that practice area's contents to the right in the Reading panel. Notice that the content is organized by type, i.e., Charts, Commentaries, Forms, and Statutes (you may have to scroll down a bit to see it all). See Fig. 2.

Fig. 2

When you've found a subject you like to explore further, select it. For example, let's say you want to see the forms we have for enforcing child-support orders. Select "Enforcing Child-Support Orders," and you'll jump to those forms. Notice that the Browse panel has changed to show you all the forms under that chapter (you can scroll up and down—"browsing"—in that panel to see additional content). See Fig. 3. If you find a form you want to check out, select it in the Browse panel and it will appear to the right in the Reading panel. So in this example, we selected Motion to Revoke Community Supervision.

Fig. 3

From here you can download the form, add notes and highlights, or browse for more.

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