Legal Forms, Books, & Software
Our easy-to-use service helps you to form your California LLC directly online. Simply follow our detailed, step-by-step instructions and leave the rest to us.
The information and forms unmarried couples need to define and protect their relationship in the eyes of the law.
Get the answers you need to create the right child custody and support plan.
Wage laws, employee benefits, and everything else employers need to know, all in one guide.
Meet your company's legal obligations to the FMLA with this all-in-one legal resource.
Live in the U.S. legally and shave months or years off the time it takes to become a citizen.
If you're married or engaged to a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, and need to get a visa, this book is for you.
All the forms and step-by-step instructions to start and run a nonprofit in your state.
Buy your first home at the right price with tips and advice from the experts.
This one-of-a-kind, estate planning guide covers everything Californian's need.
All of the information and legal forms you need to create a living trust.
Complete estate planning software. Includes Wills, Living Trusts, Health Care Directive, Power of Attorney, and other essential documents. Works on both Windows and Mac!
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Nolo offers hundreds of do-it-yourself products, including legal forms, books and ebooks, and software. You can generate a customized estate planning form like a will, a living trust, or a power of attorney in just minutes. Landlords and tenants can easily download a lease form that comes with state-specific instructions and information. Business persons can create an LLC, create a corporation and get common business forms they’ll need to operate their businesses. All of our products are written in plain-English and are consumer friendly.
Our products help many people understand and apply the law and create useful legal documents. However, general information is never a substitute for personalized advice from a knowledgeable lawyer. If you want professional advice about how the law affects your particular circumstances, or the best way to craft or use legal documents, consult an attorney licensed to practice in your state.