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Legal & Business

Legal Information & Business Reference

You'll find an expansive collection of legal information and business references at Fowlerville District Library. Check out our extensive selection of resources and see how we can help you.

Legal & Business Center

It's our goal to help our guests. The EBSCO Legal Information Reference Center provides access to legal forms in Michigan. They also have a helpful legal Questions & Answers page, an alphabetical legal form search, and links to the most popular legal form searches, including divorce, bankruptcy, power of attorney, wills and estates, landlord-tenant, and real estate.

eLibrary eResources

Michigan eLibrary eResources offers a number of learning tools and databases at your fingertips. The database is extremely user-friendly and makes it easy to quickly find what you're looking for.

Business Development

The Small Business Development Center is a nonprofit organization designed to help small business owners. They offer workshops and free assistance for business startups, including raising capital, technology commercialization, export strategy, business plan development, and financial management.

Small Business Reference Center

Check out the Small Business Reference Center for small business support. Here, you'll find links to a number of business topics, resources by business type, sample business plans, a "how to" section, and forms.

State of Michigan

The State of Michigan provides access to a number of online resources. Here, you'll find Michigan licensing information and requirements, as well as business assistance for local businesses.

** Under the Freedom of Information Act and the Environmental Information Regulations you have a right to request any recorded information held by a public authority.  For your request to be dealt with according to the Freedom of Information Act, you must:

1. contact the relevant authority directly;
2. make the request in writing, for example in a letter or an email. ...
3. give your real name; and.
4. give an address to which the authority can reply.