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How Small Claims Court Works

Small Claims Court allows ordinary people the chance to resolve disputes without the need to hire a lawyer. Small claims court is a great system for those persons choosing to represent themselves. The rules are usually more relaxed, the

When Is It Legal to Record a Conversation?

Sometimes it may be necessary to record a phone call or a conversation. The legality of whether or not you can record a conversation all depends on consent and state and federal laws.

What is a Will?

A will is a simple and inexpensive way to document how property and personal possessions are to be distributed after a person’s death.

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Our website contains free articles, podcasts, and videos which help people representing themselves in court. For more in-depth information on a particular subject we offer our Guerrilla Guides to the Law series which cover a variety of legal topics.

All About the IRS

The Internal Revenue Service The Internal Revenue Service (also known as the IRS) is a division of the United States Department of Treasury. The mission of the IRS is to “provide America’s tax payers top quality service by helping them

The Guerrilla Guides to the Law

This website was started with the intent to educate readers on how to represent themselves in almost any case.  Our published book series, The Guerrilla Guides to the Law, provides an in-depth look  at specific subjects on lawsuits to help

Representing Yourself in Court

Most people come to this website because they have been sued or want to sue somebody and don't have the money for a lawyer. Representing yourself is not something that everyone should attempt.

New Property Insurance Law in Texas Starts Sept 1

There is a lot of misinformation and fear mongering circling the internet about a new Texas insurance law set to take place September 1, 2017. House Bill 1774 will reduce the penalties insurance companies will have to pay if they