Nolo’s Encyclopedia of Everyday Law: Answers to Your Most Frequently Asked Legal Questions
The go-to guide for quick and reliable answers to everyday legal questions, from the nation’s most respected publisher of self-help legal information.
“Chapters answer basic legal questions pertaining to estate planning, domestic relations, landlords and tenants, employment, small businesses, money management and debt, neighbor conflicts, elder law, and automobiles. Nolo’s trademark style in plain English writing with useful lists of additional resources. The question-and-answer format forms the backbone of the book, and practical examples, explanations of legal principles, and useful tips appear throughout.” Library Journal”Think of this as the FAQs of legal life. Answers to these frequently asked questions draw from Nolo’s wide-ranging and widely respected legal library.” Dallas Morning News
“Designed to help those without a law degree overcome the legal problems we routinely encounter.” Portland Oregonian
“Irving, an attorney and author, answers frequently asked legal questions related to everyday law in the areas of houses, neighbors, landlords and tenants, workplace rights, small businesses, patents, copyrights, trademarks, money, cars and driving, wills and estate planning, health care directives and powers of attorney, aging, spouses and partners, parents and children, courts and mediation, and criminal law and procedure. This edition has been updated to reflect new laws, government agency contacts, and resources. It has a glossary of legal terms and an appendix on doing legal research.” Eithne O’Leyne, Editor, ProtoView
Table of Contents:
1. Houses 2. Neighbors 3. Landlords and Tenants 4. Workplace Rights 5. Small Businesses 6. Patents 7. Copyrights 8. Trademarks 9. Your Money 10. Cars and Driving 11. Wills and Estate Planning 12. Health Care Directives and Powers of Attorney 13. Older Americans 14. Spouses and Partners 15. Parents and Children 16. Courts and Mediation 17. Criminal Law and Procedure Glossary Appendix: Legal Research Index
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