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What is a "FAQ"? It's a Frequently Asked Question, one that has been asked so many times that we have come up with a basic response that will answer most of what you want to know.

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The information contained in these FAQs is provided for general information purposes only and is not intended to be a legal opinion, legal advice or a complete discussion of the issues related to the area discussed in the FAQ. Every individual's factual situation is different and you should seek independent legal advice from an attorney familiar with the laws of your state or locality regarding specific information.

In other words, these are general information postings based on general scenarios. The facts of your case may be different. You may also be in a state that does not follow the "general rule," or you may live in a country other than the USA where the rules are totally different. Don't rely on what you read here in making a decision—talk with a local lawyer who can hear all of the facts and who knows the law in your area.

(See? Two disclaimers! And if you want a third, read our site disclaimer.)

We're adding to our FAQ's all the time. If you're interested in a topic you don't see covered, please e-mail us and we will try to write one.

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