The Law Library Mission Statement
The Central Rappahannock Regional Public Law Library provides access to information about laws and legal procedures to the general public, attorneys, and the judiciary. The library develops and maintains a collection of books, legal periodicals, and online databases accessible from public computers. The staff offers classes to familiarize our customers with our collection, as well as instruction in the use of our online databases and the Internet for legal research.
You must have a library card to access our databases.
Local Resources & Websites for Law
ABA Virginia Free Legal Answers
A project of the Virginia State Bar. Free legal answers for those who qualify from volunteer attorneys. Civil matters only.
Fredericksburg Circuit Court
Find helpful forms for divorce, name change, and expungements, as well as information on jury service, marriage licenses, wills & probate, and guardians & conservators.
Guide to Virginia Legal Information Resources, opens a new window
The "Guide To Virginia Legal Information Resources" is a new resource from the Virginia Access to Justice Commission for the self- represented litigant to aid them in their efforts to resolve their legal matters.
Legal Aid Works
A non-profit corporation that provides free, high-quality, civil legal assistance to low-income individuals and families, with an office in Fredericksburg.
Virginia Judicial System Court Self-Help Website
Neutral legal information on topics commonly sought by self-represented litigants, such as traffic tickets, divorce, and landlord & tenant issues.
Virginia State Bar Lawyer Referral Service
A referral service to licensed lawyers in good standing with the Virginia Bar Association who have an interest in handling the type of legal matter you request.