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    Nolo Press Books
                                           August 1, 2008

     How to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
     KF1524.6 .E4 2007
     Stephen Elias, Albin Renauer & Robin Leonard
     From the Publisher: If you have more debt than you can possibly pay off, the bankruptcy system is
     there to help -- and with How to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, you'll find the clear and user-friendly infor-
     mation, advice and forms you need to get through the entire process. First, the book will help you de-
     termine whether you qualify for Chapter 7 -- and whether it is the best way to deal with your debts.
     Then you'll find out how to: stop wage garnishments and attachments, fill out and file all the forms,
     cancel as much debt as possible, deal with secured debts, keep the maximum amount of property,
     keep your home, if possible and rebuild credit after bankruptcy.
     The 14th edition is updated and revised to reflect the latest laws and legal forms, plus the line-by-line
     instructions you need to fill them out. Easy-to-use charts make looking up the laws of your state a

     Nolo's Deposition Handbook
     Paul Bergman & Albert J. Moore
     KF8900 .B44 2007
     From the Publisher: Nolo's Deposition Handbook is for anyone who will conduct a deposition or will be
     deposed; providing all the information, tips and instructions you need whether or not you're repre-
     sented by a lawyer. Packed with concrete suggestions and examples, the book explains how to: ar-
     range a convenient date, prepare for the deposition, respond to questions with aplomb and ask the
     right questions. You'll even learn the three "golden rules" for answering questions and the trick ques-
     tions lawyers often use to influence testimony. Written by two UCLA law professors and attorneys,
     Nolo's Deposition Handbook provides all the information you need to sail through the deposition
     process with confidence.
     A perfect book for law students, lawyers, legal assistants, witnesses, expert witnesses and people who
     represent themselves in court.

     Your Rights in the Workplace
     Dan Lacey with the editors of Nolo Press
     KF3319.85 .Y68 2007
     From the Publisher: Your Rights in the Workplace is the most complete guide to workplace laws ever pub-
     lished -- it's essential to any one who is an employees. In plain English, Your Rights in the Workplace
     covers everything from hiring and getting paid through privacy and firing. Get the facts on: illegal fir-
     ings and layoffs, challenging a job loss, wages and hours, privacy on your email and voice mail, family
     and medical leave, on-the-job safety and health, health insurance and retirement plans, workplace
     testing, sexual harassment, discrimination and unemployment, disability and workers' compensation
     The 8th edition is completely updated to provide the latest legislation and case law that affects em-
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U.S. Immigration Made Easy
Martha S. Siegel, Laurence A. Canter
KF4819.85 .U2 2007
From the Publisher: U.S. Immigration Made Easy covers every possible way to legally enter and live in
the United States. The author explains how the immigration system really works, showing you how
to qualify for: work visas, student visas, refugee status, green cards, citizenship and more. Step-by-
step instructions show how to fill out and file forms and how to approach the enormous U.S. Citizen-
ship and Immigration Services (USCIS) bureaucracy.
Thoroughly updated and revised, the 13th edition has been updated and revised to cover the latest
changes in immigration law, including new laws about fiancé visas, less burdensome financial re-
quirements for sponsors and tougher standards of evidence for asylum. It also shows you where to
find the forms you need on the Internet.

101 Law Forms for Personal Use
Ralph Warner & Robin Leonard
KF170 .A152 2007
From the Publisher: Use the law to your advantage. 101 Law Forms for Personal Use gives you all the
forms you'll need with step-by-step instructions to cover the legal issues you're most likely to face
every day.
Available as tear-outs and on CD-ROM, the forms include: bills of sale for buying and selling personal
property, promissory notes for lending and borrowing money, a basic will form and general power of
attorney form, contracts for in-home child care, authorizations for when your children are in the care
of others, releases to settle disputes, notices for dealing with telemarketers, contracts for home repair
and remodeling and much, much more.
The 6th edition is completely updated for accuracy and ease of use, and now provides a power of at-
torney for real estate, security agreement and identify-theft worksheet.

8 Ways to Avoid Probate
Mary Randolph
KF750.Z9 A118 2008
From the Publisher: Probate can drag on for years, and can easily cost your family thousands of dol-
lars -- money that would otherwise have gone to them. 8 Ways to Avoid Probate offers simple but effec-
tive methods to skip the entire process -- plus real-world examples of how others have used them. In
the end, you'll understand: payable-on-death accounts, naming beneficiaries, special procedures for
small estates, using joint ownership of property, creating a living trust, making gifts of property and
money and more.
The 7th edition provides the latest estate and gift tax rules, updated 50-state tables on simplified pro-
bate, new IRS rules on inherited IRAs and 401(k)s. And more on how to leave real estate without pro-
bate -- 10 states now allow a special deed for this purpose.

Quicken Willmaker Plus 2008
estate planning essentials
editor Shae Irving
KF750.Z9 W55 2007
From the Publisher. Help protect your family and your assets, and save on legal fees! Quicken WillMaker
Plus 2008 provides the legal forms you need. So comprehensive, the software assembles your forms from
among 40,000 document possibilities -- but so easy to use, you'll have them finished in minutes. Sim-
ply launch Quicken WillMaker Plus to create your own: Will, Living Trusts, including an AB Trust,
Health Care Directive, Financial Powers of Attorney, Final arrangements document and Important
documents for executors. The software also provides forms you can use every day, such as authoriza-
tions and agreements, promissory notes, and child and elder care forms.

                                                              Thomas Jefferson School of Law Library

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