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"Business and Legal Forms for Photographers, 4th Edition"""contains 34 forms for photographers, each accompanied by step-by-step instructions, advice on standard contractual provisions, and unique negotiation checklists to guide professionals to the best deal. Included are contracts for wedding, portrait, and assignment photography; publishing, collaboration, and licensing contracts; property and model releases; assignment estimate/confirmation/invoice; delivery memo; stock photography invoice; stock agency agreement; permission form; copyright registration and transfer forms; nondisclosure agreement; license of rights; license of electronic rights; trademark application; employment application and agreement; and more. Included is a CD-ROM containing electronic versions of each form. New to this edition are forms for leases, subleases, and lease assignments, plus an update to cover changes in copyright registration.
In the city of Chicago, parking tickets have become part of urban legend. There are approximately 1.35 million vehicles registered in Chicago and thousands of additional vehicles enter from the suburbs on a daily basis. Parking options are limited. Parking lots are outrageously expensive, while street parking simply can't meet demand. The result is 2.8 million parking tickets are issued annually at a cost of over $164 million. This guide is a resource that will explain the parking ordinances, teach you how to avoid parking tickets, and how to properly contest tickets when necessary. This is the only guide available that provides accurate and practical information regarding Chicago's parking laws. Don't throw your hard earned dollars away because of ignorance of the law and fear of the system. This insider's view of Chicago's parking program that can save you money.
Your money is not safe...if you have it in a trust.
Do you know that if you sign a broad grant of powers to your trustee, that trustee can invest your hard-earned money and assets in whatever way the trustee wants?
Do you realize that because most estate planners don't address how your trust will play out, you risk a trustee playing God and distributing funds in whatever way they wish?
Do you know that no one oversees whether your trustee actually complies with the terms of your trust?
This is only the tip of the iceberg. The trust industry is worth trillions of dollars. It is rife with problems that no one in the industry wants to fix because they make too much money off the system as is.
It's up to us to fix it, and Sue Farley, J.D., shows us how! In "Trust Are you Kidding?," Farley, long time trust litigator, shows us why the current system doesn't work and then offers a real and very workable solution!
How do I decide whether or not to buy a condo? How can I avoid
getting into a difficult practical or financial situation? Where
can I find information on the homeowners' association before I sign
Providing accurate and objective information to help make the right decisions during a divorce in Tennessee, this guide provides answers to 360 queries such as "What is the mediation process in Tennessee and is it required? How quickly can one get a divorce? Who decides who gets the cars, the pets, and the house? What actions might influence child custody? How are bills divided and paid during the divorce? How much will a divorce cost?" and" Will a spouse have to pay some or all attorney fees?" Structured in a question-and-answer format, this divorce handbook provides clear and concise responses to help build confidence and give the peace of mind needed to meet the challenges of a divorce proceeding.
Title: EVERYTHING A BABY BOOMER SHOULD KNOW - An Insider's Guide To Estate Planning Description: THE NEWEST APPROACH TO ESTATE PLANNING: KNOW WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT! Why pay money so an attorney can try and explain the difference between a Bypass Trust and a QTIP Trust, when this book will answer that question long before you have to pay for a consultation? This guidebook helps you map out your estate plan so it goes exactly where you want it to go. It explains the tools you need to give away or preserve your money, homes, businesses, heirlooms, cars, boats, jewelry, tools, art, memorabilia, and every other artifact of life you have accumulated over the last 45 to 65 baby booming years.
As evidenced in the Terri Schiavo case that made national headlines, having a living will is an essential element in ensuring that the way in which you would like to spend your last days will be respected. It informs both family and doctors of your medical treatment preferences in specific situations. An ethical will is a complementary text that communicates personal values, beliefs, blessings, and advice to relatives and to future generations. It can be more meaningful to friends and family than any material possession you could bequeath to them. Together, living and ethical wills ensure that your wishes and hopes are "on the record," not to be lost, ignored, or forgotten. Offering practical and inspirational advice for people at any stage of life, "Ethical and Living Wills" includes: --Three recommended writing approaches to capturing our feelings for posterity --Expert information for understanding the legal and practical issues involved in documenting your medical care and treatment preferences in commonly occurring situations --Advice on when to distribute both ethical and living wills -- Tips to protect the legacy you leave in an ethical will-preparing and caring for the document you create
In this highly topical introduction, Professor Raymond Wacks explains and evaluates the leading theories of justice that have shaped our societies and their legislative and judicial systems, and explores the extent to which fundamental notions like fairness, equality and freedom are reflected in contemporary society. By analysing some of the world's most pressing challenges, including terrorism, corruption and migration, Justice: A Beginner's Guide shows how these ideas are applied in practice - and how far we still have to go to achieve social justice.
In "Lawyerland," Lawrence Joseph brings an unerring ear for dialogue, a cunning artistry, and a prosecutor's radar for loaded testimony to a series of rangy, irreverent conversations with downtown lawyers, making his book a uniquely fresh and insightful accomplishment.
How Would You Rule is a lighthearted introduction to fundamental concepts of law through strange but true legal cases. Each chapter tells the story of a different case and presents the main arguments of the opposing parties. The twist? Before the ruling of the court is revealed, readers are challenged to put themselves in the shoes-or the robes-of the judges and decide for themselves how they would rule in these cases. After coming up with their own solutions, readers can learn how the actual judges resolved the disputes. The goal is to get readers to think for themselves about what's right and what's wrong, sharpening their own instincts for the reasons and analyses that win arguments.
You never wanted to be in this position, but you are. Now, faced
with the prospect of a custody dispute, you need to make smart
choices. "Winning Custody "can help. this book-written by a woman
who is an experienced psychotherapist, a mom, and a veteran of a
bitter custody dispute-will help you find your way, maintain your
sanity, and keep your kids from being caught in the custody cross
Half of all marriages end, and, when they do, most parents hope to achieve a "good divorce" in which they can amicably raise their children with their former spouse. Unfortunately, about 20% of divorces are high-conflict, involving frequent visits to court, allegations of abuse, and chronic disagreements regarding parenting schedules. In response to this conflict, some children become aligned with one parent against the other - even a parent who has done nothing to warrant the hostile rejection of their formerly loving children. These "targeted" parents suffer from the loss of time with their children, the pain of watching their children become distant, even cruel, and the uncertainty of not knowing if and when their children will come back to them. These parents are on a painful journey with an uncertain outcome. Surviving Parental Alienation fills the tremendous need for concrete help for these parents. Too often parental alienation stories that are shared by word of mouth, on the internet, or in books depict unending pain and frightening outcomes. Surviving Parental Alienation provides true stories and information about parents who have reconnected with their lost and stolen children, and offers better insight and understanding into what exactly parental alienation is and how to handle it. Targeted parents are desperate to be understood and to find cause for hope, even as they search for answers. Surviving Parental Alienation is where they can start to find this hope.
It happens to everyone. You need legal help, but you have no idea what you're getting into or where to begin. The thought of hiring a personal attorney-and shelling out outrageous amounts of money in hourly legal fees-makes you cringe. Isn't there a better way? The Ask a Lawyer series arms you with practical, usable advice about common legal situations, answering your questions and familiarizing you with legal procedure before you ever set foot in a lawyer's office. Each book walks you through simple explanations of the law, legal definitions, tips, and sample scenarios, describing what will happen and what your options are. In some cases, these books can keep you from spending money on a lawyer you really never needed. Whether you ultimately decide to handle the matter by yourself or use an attorney's assistance for the completion of your plans, these books can easily save you thousands of dollars in the process. You're in serious debt. It doesn't matter how you got there, but you're in way over your head and can't pay back your creditors. This book takes you through the steps you need to follow when you're having financial problems, including cleaning up your credit report, knowing when to file for bankruptcy and what to expect when you do, differences between a Chapter 7 and a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, keeping your property, and reestablishing credit.
As part of the "What Is" series, the purpose is to provide a preliminary overview of HIPAA and the HITECH Act in relation to correlating international laws in some strategic countries, as well as providing practical guidance for evaluating business associates and executing business associate agreements. Three countries in particular will be highlighted: the U.S., the U.K. and India. This gives a perspective on the U.S. laws in relation to an established market and an emerging market, whose laws and their enforcement vary widely.
-How does divorce work-emotionally, practically, legally?
A lot can happen in the aviation domain, and contained in this book are a just few of the "frustrating" (and unfortunately, all-too-familiar) circumstances associated with air travel that have led to some fascinating litigation. Passengers are bumped, falsely accused of assaulting ground personnel, mistakenly informed that they can't bring on board their spouse's cremated remains (which are subsequently lost in checked luggage). In the air, there are hijackings, collisions with serving carts, falling luggage, and even gunfire.
Blending cutting-edge legal strategies for winning justice at work with a theory of dramatic, bottom-up social change, this practical guide to workers' rights aims to make work better while reinvigorating the labor movement. A powerful organization model called "solidarity unionism" is explained, showing how the labor force can avoid the pitfalls of the legal system and utilize direct action to win fair rights. The new edition includes new cases governing fundamental labor rights and can be used not only by union workers, but can serve as a guerrilla legal handbook for any employee in this unstable economy.
In sharply argued, fast-moving chapters, Cory Doctorow's Information Doesn't Want to Be Free takes on the state of copyright and creative success in the digital age. Can small artists still thrive in the Internet era? Can giant record labels avoid alienating their audiences? This is a book about the pitfalls and the opportunities that creative industries (and individuals) are confronting today -- about how the old models have failed or found new footing, and about what might soon replace them. An essential read for anyone with a stake in the future of the arts, Information Doesn't Want to Be Free offers a vivid guide to the ways creativity and the Internet interact today, and to what might be coming next.
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