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Step 1: Search the MN Court Forms Catalog
Step 2: Select the topic Category in the catalog that fits your legal issue
Each category has a list of available forms. Some forms are bundled into a [Packet] that includes step-by-step instructions and all of the forms required to handle that specific legal process.
Step 3: Choose the Statewide or District form
Statewide forms can be used in all MN District Courts. Forms for specific Districts may only be filed in that District Court. These Districts publish certain forms on their webpages: 1st District, 2nd District and 4th District.
Step 4: Download forms in Word or PDF format
Most of our PDF forms are fillable, but due to Adobe licensing restrictions, you can print your completed forms but you cannot save them after filling them out.
Download Adobe Reader if it is not already installed on your computer.
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Court Rules Forms
Other Legal Forms
- Real Estate Forms (MN Dept. of Commerce)
Quit claim deed, contract for deed, mortgage forms, liens, etc. These forms are also called "Uniform Conveyancing Forms."
- MN Standard Residential Lease Form (.pdf) (MN State Bar Assoc.)
- Delegation of Powers by Parent Form (LawHelpMN.org) If a parent wants to give another adult the temporary right to provide a home for a child and make decisions about the child's schooling, medical care, etc., the parent may be able to use this non-court form. Use of this form does NOT grant "custody" of a child under Minnesota law.
- Designation of Stand-by or Temporary Custodian Form (MN Statute § 257B.04)
- Social Services & Public Assistance Forms (MN Dept. Human Svcs.) Adoption, daycare assistance, child protection, medical assistance
- Public Health & Vital Statistics Forms (MN Dept. of Health)
Birth and death certificates, and some licenses
If you cannot find a form on this website or at the courthouse, visit your local law library, a legal forms publisher, or talk to a lawyer. Some county-specific court forms might only be available at your local courthouse.
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