I am filing a lawsuit with limited scope representation. I was going to write out the interrogatories myself until I heard about Benders Forms of Discovery, wherein are form questions in all kinds of categories. I read that I could access these volumes on Lexis Nexis. How do I sign up for Lexis Nexis? Do I have to be a lawyer? Where else can I find information on form questions for interrogatories?
I notice also a site called Westlaw. Will I find Benders Forms on this site? Better or worse than Lexis Nexis?
How pricey for Lexis Nexis subscription? Hundreds? Thousands?
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