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09/08/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff

It’s easy to get overwhelmed when searching for information online. Save yourself some time and bookmark these sites that will help you brush up on legal terms, get mentored by seasoned professionals for free, and keep up with your deadlines.

Understand legal jargon 
Thelawdictionary.org features more than 15,000 legal terms from the second edition of Black’s Law Dictionary—the reference used by lawyers around the world—in terms you can easily digest. The site’s search function can help you learn or recall real estate terms, like conveyance or encroachment.

Where to turn for free business advice 
Go to score.org to set up in-person or email discussions with successful working or retired business mentors, all of whom receive specialized training from the nonprofit association SCORE. It also provides free online workshops, local seminars, and how-to guides for small businesses.

Track your clients’ transaction schedule
Keep yourself and your clients on schedule with timeanddate.com. This site offers date-to-date calculators to count calendar or business days, or create and share online timers to count down to an important event, like a holiday or deadline.

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