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Hearts, Flowers and Prenups -- A FindLaw Valentine

By Laura Strachan, Esq. on February 12, 2013 12:01 PM

It's that time of the year again. No, we are not talking about Christmas (although wouldn't that be nice ... ) we are talking about Valentine's Day. Love it or hate it, the Hallmark holiday lands right in the middle of a work week and here at, we will be celebrating on Thursday like most offices probably are -- working with a little extra dose of chocolate.

That's right, our Valentine's Day will look exactly like any other day in our California office with one major exception: people love to bring sweet treats into work to share. Candy hearts, lollipops, chocolates--you name it, we will be eating it here in Sunnyvale. Hopefully, there might be some leftovers for Friday as well.

In addition to satisfying our collective sweet tooth (teeth?), we will continue producing great legal content that relates to what's happening in your life. And that includes showcasing blogs and articles that draw a connection between Valentine's Day and the law.

Don't believe us? Check out this entertaining blog post looking at what happens on Valentine's Day in a small law firm. Or this light-hearted piece that begs the question: if you are thinking of proposing come February 14th, should you also think about talking to an attorney about a prenup?

The truth is — the law really does touch every aspect of your life, including holidays. Whether you are looking to be entertained or informed, we have something on our website for everyone on Valentine's Day. Lots of legal love, the team.

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