Divorce Myths: Top 30 Misunderstood California Family Law Principles (Part One)

By | May 3, 2012

In reviewing readers’ posts on Lawguru.com, I frequently come across questions and comments that reveal misconceptions about California family law legal principles. In an effort to set the record straight on how the state’s family law legal system works, I’ve compiled a list of the top 30 family law myths that I’ve encountered, along with responses I have formulated… Read More »

WordPress LawGuru Plugin

By | June 11, 2010

LawGuru Answers WordPress Plugin We have created this small plugin which will allow your users to ask Legal Questions on LawGuru.com directly from a WordPress blog or publishing system. Once installed, the plugin will make it possible to place a Legal Question submission box on your blog / site that transmits legal questions to the LawGuru Answers system… Read More »

What Legal Question Do You Need Answered?

By | February 24, 2010

The world of law can seem like a mystery. Something that is only accessible if you have lots of money or connections with the rich and powerful. Fortunately, the LawGuru Answers Marketplace makes legal advice something everyone can afford. Read on to discover the fast and easy way to get the answers you need… LawGuru.com was founded on… Read More »

Combating threats of copyright infringement of software

By | August 19, 2008

Anirudh Rao 5th Year LL.B, University Law College, Bangalore Introduction: Over the past several years, advances in computer software have brought us time-saving business programs, educational software that teaches basic and sophisticated subjects, graphics programs that have revolutionized the design industry, Internet applications that help connect us with other computer users, and an increasingly complex variety of computer… Read More »

Does your Agreement Require an Assignment Legal Form?

By | May 7, 2008

Are you about to enter into a transfer of rights or interests agreement with someone? You probably realize you should have some sort of contract to clarify the terms of the transfer and establish its details in writing. What you actually need is a legally binding written assignment law form. If you are transferring any type of rights,… Read More »

Top Five Reasons to Use a Bill of Sale

By | May 7, 2008

Regardless of what type of property or item you are about to sell or buy, you should insist that a Bill of Sale is used to finalize the transaction. A Bill of Sale Form that is compliant with your state’s laws is the only way both parties in a transaction can feel 100% secure about the terms of… Read More »

Create the Living Will you and your Loved Ones Need Today

By | May 7, 2008

Everyone has heard about a case involving a dispute over life-prolonging medical procedures. The stress and anxiety such decisions entail are impossible to imagine until you are burdened with having to make them. The only possible worse scenario is being prevented from carrying out your loved one’s wishes regarding life support treatments and care. One way to spare… Read More »

New LawGuru.com Advertising System Released

By | April 18, 2008

I know it has been a while since we updated you about the site, so I figured that it was time to do so again since we added an exciting new feature: The NEW LawGuru.com Advertising Program. This new feature allows you inexpensively target the more than 250,000 monthly unique LawGuru visitors with information about your firm based… Read More »

How to market the small firm on the Internet

By | April 1, 2008

This outline is based on the original outline of a seminar given by Bahman Eslamboly on May 12, 1999 at the 18th Annual Legal Tech Conference in Los Angeles. Some of the original sections were taken out and other sections were added or “beefed up”:

What is an Advance Health Care Directive aka AHCD?

By | November 14, 2007

An Advance Health Care Directive is a set of documents consisting of a Power of Attorney for Health Care and a Living Will, that allows you to make decisions about future health care issues, by allowing you to give health care instructions, select a health care agent  or do both. By using an Advance Directive, you can also… Read More »