Nolo, formerly known as Nolo Press, is a publisher in Berkeley, California, that produces do-it-yourself legal books and software that reduce the need for people to hire lawyers for simple legal matters such as making wills or writing business partnership contracts. In 2011, the company was purchased by Internet Brands, Inc.

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  • Nolo's Quicken Willmaker Plus 2012
    Advertisement for Nolo's Quicken WillMaker Plus 2012 software. Make a legal will, health care directive, and other documents that protect your family and property. Create a customized estate plan quickly and easily with Quicken WillMaker Plus. The software provides the forms, legal information and step-by-step guidance; just follow a simple question-and-answer interview, make your wishes known, a...
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  • Effective Fundraising for Nonprofits
    Nolo's Effective Fundraising for Nonprofits: Real-World Strategies That Work, by Ilona Bray, J.D. Read more at nolo.com: http://www.nolo.com/products/effective-fundraising-for-nonprofits-EFFN.html Getting tax-exempt status is just the first step for your nonprofit organization. Whether it succeeds or fails depends on your ability to raise donations from individuals, companies and institutions. So...
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  • If Friendly Neighbors Are So Important, Why Not Ask About Them When Buying?
    An impressive 50% of prospective homebuyers say their top priority when it comes to neighborhood features is having friendly neighbors, says a recent Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homeowner Sentiment Survey. This feature ranked higher for survey respondents than school district (at 41%), financial considerations (39%), and perceived investment value (37%). The results reflect well on the common ...
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  • California’s New “Open Container” Law Applies to Driving With Marijuana in the Car
    California has had medical marijuana since 1996. And in November 2016, California voters approved Proposition 64, which legalized recreational marijuana use in the state. (Read the specifics of California’s marijuana laws.) The result was a patchwork of laws that—while achieving the primary purposes—left the public with safety concerns and law enforcement with questions about enforcement.Continue ...
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  • California Stops Suspending Driver’s Licenses for Unpaid Traffic Tickets
    In recent years, California has made efforts to alleviate the burden unpaid traffic citations place on low-income motorists. The first major step was the start of the traffic-ticket amnesty program in October 2015. The amnesty program allowed certain people with unpaid traffic or non-traffic infraction tickets to apply for fine reductions and license reinstatement. Over 200,000Continue Reading
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  • Another Court Rules in Favor of Freedom to Record the Police
    In a February 2016 decision, a federal judge broke from all the other courts in the country that had acknowledged a First Amendment right to record the police. The judge essentially held that people who don’t announce that they oppose what police officers are doing don’t have the right to observe and photograph those officers.Continue Reading
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  • Tiger Woods Arrested on DUI Charges
    On May 29, 2017, professional golfer Tiger Woods was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI). Police arrested Woods in Jupiter, Florida, just miles from his Jupiter Island home. According to the arrest report, at about 2:00 a.m., police found Woods parked in his Mercedes on the side of the road, engine running.Continue Reading
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  • When Will You Personally Know an Immigrant Affected by New Enforcement Regime?
    Someone should create one of those “seven degrees of separation” rules with regard to immigrants—that is, an indication of how many close friend-or-family ties away each person in the U.S. is from someone whose run-in with immigration authorities has them thinking, “What?! Not him/her! Is that really legal?” Such exclamations and protestations have been common inContinue Reading
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  • Wondering What These ICE “Check-Ins” Are That Are Getting People Deported?
    To read the press of late, you might think that every undocumented immigrant in the country regularly checks into an office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The news aspect of this is that such check-ins are increasingly leading to the person’s deportation (removal) from the United States. Anyone following the news reports has probablyContinue Reading
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  • Undocumented Parents in U.S. Face Reality of Possible Separation
    One of the more popular new articles on Nolo’s website is called “Arrest by ICE: How Can I Arrange to Protect My Child in the Event of Deportation?” The reason is obvious: Statements and order by Trump Administration officials express hostility toward the entire U.S. undocumented population, and recent actions by officers of Immigration andContinue Reading
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  • Seventh Circuit Rules: Sexual Orientation Discrimination Illegal Under Title VII
    Earlier this week, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit became the highest court in the country to rule that sexual orientation discrimination is illegal under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. While Title VII does not explicitly include sexual orientation as a protected class, the court held that discriminatingContinue Reading
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  • Put a Marble in Your Pocket Before Attending Open Houses!
    Spring open house season is in full swing, with homes freshened up and blooming with as many colors as you’ll see outdoors. In all the excitement, however, there’s a home defect that’s all too easy to overlook–but requires major work to fix. I’m talking about sloping floors. Just this weekend, I visited a beautiful ArtsContinue Reading
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  • EEOC Offers New Online System for Discrimination & Harassment Charges
    Last week, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) launched a new online tool to help employees who are considering filing discrimination or harassment charges. The Online Inquiry and Appointment System is available in five EEOC locations to start, with the goal of making it available nationwide by late 2017. Filing an EEOC claim is aContinue Reading

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