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Month: September 2010

DUI/DWI Laws In Your State: Nolo Adds 51 New Articles

DUI/DWI Laws In Your State: Nolo Adds 51 New Articles

In California it’s called DUI (driving under the influence), while in states like Minnesota and MIssouri it’s known as DWI (driving while intoxicated). Places like Iowa and Wisconsin call it OWI (operating while intoxicated). No matter the name of the offense, the trend is toward tougher enforcement policies and harsher penalties, from longer driver’s license suspension to installation of an ignition interlock device (IID) on the vehicles of some (often repeat) offenders. Nolo’s new DUI/DWI Laws in Your State collection…

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Nolo Books Online: Three for Free

Nolo Books Online: Three for Free

Three more, that is. Nolo is happy to announce three additions to a growing collection of full-length books available online for FREE (everyone’s favorite four letter f-word). They’re three of Nolo’s most popular books, and now every chapter and every last helpful tidbit are yours to browse and peruse online. Check them out now: Save Your Small Business – For small business owners, tough economic times mean making tough decisions to stay on the path to short-term survival and long-term…

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Short Sales: Should You or Shouldn’t You?

Short Sales: Should You or Shouldn’t You?

Short selling a home in order to avoid foreclosure — a lot of people are doing it, and it seems like everyone is talking about it. But what exactly is a short sale, and is it the best course of action for homeowners who are facing foreclosure? Nolo’s free online content gives you the long and short of short sales, including things to consider and some common scams to watch out for. If you’re thinking about short-selling your home —…

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