Nolo Press lets you save money on attorney fees by completing your own divorce papers.
Nolo is an encyclopedia referencing legal subjects, in layman's terms.
Nolo is free to use and has additional information about recommended books and software.
WillMaker, a program from the software company Quicken and the publisher Nolo, helps seniors tackle a tough task.
You can purchase a downloadable version of the software and find information about creating a will at the Nolo web site.
You'll also find a link to a program called Nolo Now, which lets you create your will online for about $30.
Nolo cautions that their legal information should not be treated as legal advice.
Nolo Press offers a range of legal products for everyday people, including books that put legal jargon into language we can all understand.
Nolo has a specific book on Patent, Copyright and Trademark Law, and also offers a directory of lawyers if you find that you are in need of legal counsel.
The Copyright Handbook: What Every Writer Needs to Know by Stephen Fishman J.D. is published by Nolo Press, a company that has developed a solid reputation for making legal information understandable by the everyday person.
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