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CD includes helpful tools, forms, and sample legal documents
A practical guide to LGBT legal issues and how to protect yourself, your partner, and your family
Same-Sex Legal Kit For Dummies is a practical, plain-English guide to the legal information and guidance LGBT people, whether single or coupled, need from making decisions about protecting your families to making medical decisions, taking care of finances when one partner is incapacitated, leaving property to loved ones, having and raising children, and much more.
Dozens of helpful forms and letters to assist you in drafting important legal documents, such as a durable power of attorney, living will, living-together agreement, parenting agreement, and much more.
Please see CD appendix for complete system requirements.
Open the book and find:
Carrie Stone, along with her life partner, co-owns and operates Rainbow Law, an online legal information and document preparation resource for the LGBT community.
John G. Culhane is a Professor of Law and the Director of the Health Law Institute at Widener University School of Law.
This book was very detailed on the steps you need to take to legally get your matters in order. But with gay marriage now being legalized in many states I don't know if this book... Read morePublished 15 months ago by V. Cummings
After you get past the condescending tone, this is a a must-have guide for anyone who is gay and for anyone who is in a same-sex relationship. Read morePublished 16 months ago by e-shrdlu
The Dummies series of books always leave me wanting more. Their topics are as varied as the people that use them for information or helpful guides. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Lorenzo M. in the Hollywood CA Area
This book is an awesome resource for the GLB community with some items for T. There is so much information, it's a bit overwhelming but it's not the kind of book you would read... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Wendy
What a great tool for the same sex couple. It shows you how to do everything. My partner and I use this all the time. Read morePublished 19 months ago by TerryL13