The Following Does Not Constitute Legal Advice

How you can use the law to your advantage. No lawyers required.
by Justin Sprogis
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Publisher: Justin Sprogis

Publication Date: September 16, 2018

ISBN: 9780648381136

Binding: Kobo eBook

Availability: eBook

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Have you ever wondered, in a quiet moment alone with your thoughts, if you can legally marry your hot cousin? Or if there is any way you can get out of the speeding ticket you got the other day? Do you want to know how the law can be useful to you in your everyday life, but you really don’t like lawyers or their habit of charging you hundreds of dollars a minute for complicated answers to simple questions?

Hey, I feel you, my back cover reading friend. Full disclosure: I am a lawyer but I hate writing about the law like a lawyer. I like writing about the law in a way that is straightforward, practical, and with maximum coarse language. So I wrote this book – it’s my first. In it, I answer around 50 questions on the way the law affects your life, minus the legalese and hourly charge-out rate. I cover everything from whether you can legally buy a baby, how you can get out of a speeding ticket, who keeps the engagement ring when the wedding gets called off, if dogs are better pets than cats (legally speaking), and why (despite all evidence to the contrary) you have a legal right to a halfway decent bathroom at work.

And yes, I also cover some of the laws on sex because I am very hopeful it still sells. 

And while my answers to these legal questions are only a few pages long, it’s not the size that matters but how you use them. I promise that by reading this book you’ll learn a lot about how you can use the law to your advantage. No lawyers required. And hey, one section even tells you how you can get a refund on this book if you think it sucks. I hope that won’t be necessary though. You’re too nice to do that to me.