Ron's Rent Roundup: Nolo's Landlord-Tenant Law Blog
Attorney-author and nationally recognized expert Ron Leshnower offers timely lessons and plain-English legal analysis for landlords and tenants.
Uncuffed: A Candid Take on Crime and Society
Dealing with the police? Trying to figure out the crazy world of criminal law? In Nolo's newest blog, Micah Schwartzbach discusses all things criminal law, from individual rights to fair punishment to current events.
Nolo's Disability Blog
Who can get Social Security Disability? What about long-term or veterans disability? Beth Laurence started Nolo's disability blog to offer up information on how all these different programs work.
Dear Rich: Nolo's Patent, Copyright & Trademark Blog
Can you copy this blog? Nolo's intellectual property editor and author, Rich Stim discusses the ever-changing world of copyright, trademark and patent law.
Nolo's Bankruptcy & Foreclosure Blog
Fighting foreclosure? Deciding whether bankruptcy is right for you? Attorney Leon Bayer and Nolo legal editor Kathleen Michon break down bankruptcy and foreclosure law into plain English, to help you stay in your home and live debt-free.
Nolo's Employment Law Blog
Employment lawyer Lisa Guerin roots out lessons from the everyday experiences of employers and HR professionals on everything from hiring and firing to performance and discipline.
Nolo's Real Estate Tips for Home Buyers and Sellers
Nolo legal editor Ilona Bray has created this blog for anyone shopping for a home, learning the ins and outs of homeownership, or getting ready to sell.
Nolo's Fundraising Tips for Busy Nonprofits
Nonprofit author Ilona Bray offers lots of ideas for raising money for your nonprofit -- whether you're a staff member, board member, or volunteer -- in a frugal world.
Nolo's Personal Injury Blog
The latest developments in tort and personal injury law -- headlines in the news and emerging trends in the courts, from Nolo editor David Goguen and contributing attorney authors.
Drivinglaws: Nolo's Driving Laws Blog
Nolo's drivinglaws.org editor Rich Stim blogs about current news and events.
Nolo's Tax Law Tips Blog
Everything you need for many happy (tax) returns. The latest tax laws, trends, and filing information for individual taxpayers and businesses, from Certified Public Accountant Jeffrey A. Quinn, with contributions from Nolo editors.
Everyday Estate Planning
Named a Top Estate Planning and Elder Law Blog by LexisNexis, Nolo author Liza Weiman Hanks answers readers' questions and provides information you can really use about wills, trusts, powers of attorney, living wills, estate taxes, and probate court.
Nolo's Online Content and SEO Blog
Your VIP pass to the backstage of Nolo's online content production. Learn about the people and processes that help Nolo's editors create the best legal information websites on the planet.
LLC & Corporation Small Talk
Anthony Mancuso, author of numerous books on corporations and LLCs and Nolo's LLC Maker software, writes about the pros and cons of LLCs and corporations and delves into the nitty gritty of the tax code as it affects these business ownership structures.
Nolo's Small Business Legal Blog
Find small business strategies and essential legal information for business owners, operators, and managers in this blog from Nolo authors and editors Bethany K. Laurence and Diana Fitzpatrick.
If you think money is the only way to retirement happiness, Attorney Ralph Warner will show you otherwise with this blog. Get tips and learn the essential steps to a retirement you'll enjoy.
The Sharing Solution
Share resources, save the world! Get practical tips on sharing everything, from lawnmowers and land to time and information, from Attorney Emily Doskow and Janelle Orsi, authors of the upcoming book The Sharing Solution.
Queer Justice: Nolo's LGBT Law Blog
Get the facts on LGBT law from Attorney Emily Doskow including compassionate discussions of same-sex marriage, LGBT employment rights, and a chronicle of the ever-changing laws that affect gays and lesbians the most.
The Law Reform Soapbox
Does the law serve litigants, or just lawyers? Nolo founder Jake Warner, a pioneer of the do-it-yourself law movement, weighs in on making the American legal system more accessible, affordable, and fair for all.