Find a subject specific form in a general procedural or transactional form book.
Transactional databases such as Bloomberg's DealMaker Documents, the Practical Law Company, or Lexis's Practice Advisor are geared towards attorneys drafting contracts and other transactional documents and can help you locate and compare legal documents and clauses.
Often there is no form that suits the facts and law of your case. In this scenario, a court specific form can help create a readable structure that complies with court rules, while other secondary sources can help fill in the elements of a specific cause of action or defense.
Good sources of court-specific forms include:
Good sources of elements include: