One Hundred and One Law Forms for Personal Use

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Nolo Press, 1998 - Forms (Law) - 320 pages
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Whether selling a car, expanding a kitchen or hiring child care, people need to look out for their time, interest and money. "Putting it in writing" protects their rights and helps avoid misunderstandings, headaches and potential lawsuits. This book contains 101 clearly written forms that cover the legal issues people are most likely to face every day, including:
-- bills of sale for buying and selling personal property
--) promissory notes for lending and borrowing money
-- basic will form and general power of attorney form
-- contracts for in-home child care and authorizations for when children are in others' care
-- releases to settle disputes
-- contracts for home repair and remodeling and much more

All forms are provided as tear-outs and on disk

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Robin Leonard is a former attorney who gave up the law to become a rabbi. She is the author of many Nolo books including Solve Your Money Troubles: Debt, Credit & Bankruptcy and Credit Repair. She also helped writeHow to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and A Legal Guide for Lesbian and Gay Couples.

Warner is the publisher and cofounder of Nolo Press. Deciding to make a career out of working to provide better legal services, he helped found what is now known as the self-help law movement.

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