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Understanding the Law

 

Laws and our legal system affect each of us in our daily lives and yet they can seem overwhelming to a non-lawyer. And the number of federal, state, and local laws, regulations, and court decisions in existence grows every day. That's why it's always important to consult with a lawyer when your legal rights and responsibilities are at issue.

But if you just want to learn about the sources of the law, the types of laws, and some basic legal principles, there are a number of resources that are available on the Internet, free of charge.

 

Law You Can Use
 
This site has short articles on dozens of topics such as automobile accidents, bankruptcy, consumer rights, criminal laws, divorce, foreclosure, real estate, trials, wills.
 
Legal Basics for Small Business
 
This site is a book-length overview of basic areas of the law as they affect the operation of a small business.
 
Serving on a Jury
 
This site explains the basics about what juries do.
 
The Law and You
 
This site is a book-length overview of basic areas of the law as they affect or daily lives.


 

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    The Findlay/Hancock County Bar Association
    Kathleen Cindric - Secretary
    419-420-6040
    info@fhcba.com

     

    The Findlay/Hancock County Bar Association, Bret A. Spaeth, President.