Legal Self-help Research Guide - LSC-North Harris

 

Lone Star College-North Harris has a collection of legal self-help books. Examples of some books can be located under the topics listed below. Electronic books can be accessed using your library borrowers card number and your netLibrary account.

eb = electronic book [available via link]
ref = reference book [for use only in library]
circ = book available for check out

  • KF1610 .A468 1997circ The American Bar Association guide to consumer law : everything you need to know about buying, selling, contracts, and guarantees
  • KF547 .Z9 L97 1999eb Child custody [electronic book]: building parenting agreements that work / by Mim E. Lyster [also have 1999circ and 1996eb]
  • KFT1300 .Z9 S5 1996ref How to do your own divorce in Texas / by Charles E. Sherman and Jim Simons
  • KFT1300 .Z9 R65 2004ref How to file for divorce in Texas / by Karen Ann Rolcik and Edward A. Haman [also have 2004circ, 2002eb, 1999eb, 1999circ]
  • KFT1300.29 .V36 1998 Successful Lone Star divorce : how to cope with a family breakup in Texas / by Ike Vanden Eykel
  • KF390 .A4 S755 1996 The elder law handbook : a legal and financial survival guide for caregivers and seniors / by Peter J. Strauss and Nancy M. Lederman
  • Electronic U.S. Document L 40.2:P 38/2/2001 What you should know about your pension rights
  • KF156 .G53 1998eb Dictionary of legal terms [electronic book] : a simplified guide to the language of law / by Steven H. Gifis
  • KF9084 .Z9 L68 1996circ How to mediate your dispute / by Peter Lovenheim
  • KFT1281 .A37circ Know your rights! : answers to Texans' everyday legal questions / by Richard M. Alderman [also have 1997circ]
  • Consumers guide to legal help in Texas. Includes self-help information and lists free legal help.\
  • FreeAdvice. General legal information. Be sure to read the disclaimer.
  • LawGuru. Claims to be the largest free database of legal questions and answers. Again, read the disclaimer.
  • LawHelp. Site will help find free legal iad programs in communities and answer legal rights questions for those with low or moderate income.
  • Pro Se Law Center. Designed as a resource for those seeking self-representation in civil matters.
  • Self Help Support [ State Justice Institute]. Resource for self-represented litigants. Contains information, forms, and other web sites.
Immigration Law
  • KF311 .Z9 H45 1990circ Using a lawyer--and what to do if things go wrong : a step-by-step guide / by Kay Ostberg
  • KFT1627.8 .P8 T4 1990ref The people's access to government guide / compliments of Texas Attorney General's Office; Jim Mattox, Attorney General
  • 2006 Public Information Handbook / Attorney General of Texas Greg Abbott [must have Adobe Acrobat to view]
  • KFT1281 .A37 2000circ Know your rights! : answers to Texan's everyday legal questions / by Richard M. Alderman [also have 1997]

   
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