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If you’re handling your own legal matter, rest assured, you aren’t alone. In some states as many as 75% of people represent themselves. But where do you turn for legal help? We’ve compiled hundreds of articles to help you better understand the law and answer any questions you might have. Let this information serve as your guide—and if you have further questions specific to your situation, we recommend seeking the advice of an attorney.


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Limited Liability Company

More flexible than corporations, LLCs offer almost the same benefits.

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Limited Liability Company
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Corporation

Corporations help you avoid personal liability and are easy to set up.

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Corporation

Partnership

Unlike general partnerships, limited liability partnerships offer some liability protection.

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Partnership

Nonprofit

Nonprofits enjoy numerous benefits, the best known of which is the tax-free status.

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Nonprofit

Real Estate

A well-crafted lease can make all the difference when renting property.

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Real Estate

Trademark

A trademark might be one of the most valuable assets a business owns.

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Trademark

Patent

The person who comes up with an idea first may not be the one who benefits.

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Patent

Copyright

Copyright protection extends to more than just written works.

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Copyright

Bankruptcy

Get help analyzing your situation and deciding whether you should file for bankruptcy.

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Bankruptcy

Last Will

If you have a simple estate, a last will is essential to have.

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Last Will

Living Trust

Avoid the emotional and financial stress of probate with a living trust.

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Living Trust

Living Will

Without a living will, you can be kept alive against your wishes.

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Living Will

Power of Attorney

Provides proof to a third party that you have given them the authority to act on your behalf.

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Power of Attorney

Prenuptial Agreement

Prenuptial agreements can override state laws in the event of divorce.

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Prenuptial Agreement

Divorce

Divorce is the most common way of ending a marriage.

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Divorce