Recommended Titles and Treatises
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includes legal forms
How and when to be your own lawyer
416 pages. Updated by new edition.
From filing small-claims paperwork and using a law library to preparing a case and conducting a trial, readers will learn basic legal techniques to handle their own civil claims. Begins with a series of considerations to aid readers in deciding whether or not to proceed pro se. Provides legal forms and an abridged dictionary of legal terms.