Legal Forms for Everyone

Leases, Home Sales, Avoiding Probate, Living Wills, Trusts, Divorce, Copyrights, and Much More

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About The Book

Legal Forms for Everyone is the ultimate self-help legal guide that will save hours of research time and money in legal fees. Written by an experienced attorney, this book is complete with the most commonly needed, ready-to-use legal forms and precise instructions and checklists on how to use them, as well as advice about when you should hire an attorney. In addition, all the forms are online on a supplemental website to aid in customizing for individual needs.

Readers will find forms and advice for a variety of legal situations, including preparing a will, avoiding probate, buying and selling real estate, handling divorce or separation, getting a new name, copyrights and trademarks, bankruptcy, and so much more. However, due to the ever-evolving legal system and the development of new technologies, Carl Battle has added to this new edition such changes as:

  • How to protect against credit fraud, identity theft, and internet fraud
  • How to navigate new electronic filing systems for copyrights, trademarks, and patents
  • Updated information in filing fees, exemptions, and forms for filing for bankruptcy
  • The latest information on filing for patents
  • Legal Forms for Everyone is a comprehensive tool for getting in and out of legal situations without having to pay for that costly attorney.

    Product Details

    • Publisher: Allworth (April 18, 2017)
    • Length: 280 pages
    • ISBN13: 9781621535683
    • Ages: 18 - 100

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    Raves and Reviews

    “Self-help legal forms are presented in a guide that covers everything from making a will or organizing a living trust to contracting services and filing complaints in small claims court.” —Midwest Book Review

    “Reproducible, ready-to-use forms are accompanied by step-by-step descriptions of the process involved in over twenty common legal issues. . . . Well designed and easy to use . . . for do-it-yourselfers as well as people who have retained an attorney but want to understand what they’re paying them to do.” —American Libraries

    “A good variety of ready-to-use forms.” —Library Journal

    “Self-help legal forms are presented in a guide that covers everything from making a will or organizing a living trust to contracting services and filing complaints in small claims court.” —Midwest Book Review

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