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By Brett Snider, Esq. on January 29, 2015 11:46 AM is expanding its already robust selection of easy-to-use legal forms by offering over a dozen of our most popular forms in Spanish.

We recognize that the Spanish-speaking population is continuing to grow in America, and those families and individuals more comfortable with Spanish need better access to the U.S. legal system.

Now with the launch of our Formularios Legales en Español, Spanish speakers can approach American law in their native tongue.

Forms Cover the Most Common Legal Problems

Adding to our comprehensive list of legal forms, these new Spanish legal forms cover the legal areas which affect most Americans: estate planning, employment, landlord/tenant issues, and real estate.

Native Spanish speakers who seek the most basic level of estate planning coverage can use the Última Voluntad y Testamento to compose a basic will. Those families with ailing abuelos and abuelas can use these forms to get carta poder -- power of attorney -- with three separate forms tailored to specific legal needs.

Landlords looking for easier ways to reach Spanish-speaking tenants can start with a Contrato de Arrendamiento de Vivienda -- residential lease agreement -- and potentially end with an Aviso de Rescisión/Terminación de Contrato de Arrendamiento de Vivienda -- notice of termination of lease.

Affordable and Available Instantly

Like our forms in English, FindLaw's Formularios Legales en Español are mere fractions of the cost of hiring an attorney to draft each document. Many of the forms are available for as low as $16.95, and can be delivered either online or via mail.

Why struggle with a legal form in English when you can download one that fits your life and your language from FindLaw?

Check out our entire selection of forms in Spanish on our Legal Forms homepage by scrolling down to "Formularios en Español" and clicking on "Más."

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