The forms are written in plain language and come with a set of instructions to make it easy for Tennesseans to read and understand the information. The Supreme Court adopted these forms in July as part of its ongoing efforts to improve access to justice in Tennessee.
Because the forms are approved by the Supreme Court, courts across the state are required to acknowledge and accept the submission of these forms if they are filled out properly.
The forms may be downloaded here.
The forms will also be available on the Court’s new Justice for All website, justiceforalltn.com, which will be launched in the coming weeks.