Making a Will: Some Tools

While many use the end of year as a time to set goals and resolutions, it can also afford the perfect opportunity to wrap up loose ends. For some this may involve prepping for tax season, and others, reflecting on estate planning matters. Although Make a Will Month has passed, never is a bad time to make sure your will is up to date. Here’s a selection of current will drafting resources available through the Great Library:

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A New LibGuide: How to Use InfoLocate

InfoLocate is the search and discovery tool for the print and electronic holdings of the Great Library and Ontario County and District Law Association Libraries. This year, we launched a new version of InfoLocate (also accessible by searching under “Everything” on the Great Library’s home page). To help users navigate this tool, we have created a LibGuide that provides guidance and tips on InfoLocate’s uses and functions.

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Self-Represented Litigants Resource: An update

In recognition of Access to Justice week, we thought we would take a look at our Self-Represented Litigants Resource and give it a little update.

First published in this blog post here, this resource is meant to guide the public or self-represented litigants to those sources that will help them to make informed decisions concerning their legal situation. The guide serves as a curated list of resources that offer free or subsidized legal information and services. Along with its general and family law resources, the guide now includes housing and landlord and tenant resources.

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