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FindLaw's Top 5 Facebook Posts of the Week: Legal Forms Edition

By Christopher Coble, Esq. on April 20, 2018 2:47 PM

FindLaw has a great community of Facebook and Twitter followers, who engage with our content and always let us know which legal topics matter most to them. And each week we'll highlight the Facebook posts that garner the most attention from our friends on Facebook.

So, what did people want to learn the most about this week? How to do legal filings yourself, how to do Spring Break without legal trouble, and how much trouble you could get into if you don't pay your taxes. Here's a look:

1. FindLaw Legal Forms

FindLaw is the #1 trusted source for legal information online and we teamed up with the #1 legal forms provider, U.S. Legal Forms, to bring you everything from leases and living wills to complaints and corporate filings.

2. Spring Break Travel Tips to Avoid Legal Issues

Spring Break is all fun and games until the fuzz get involved. So how do you avoid running afoul of the law running back and forth to the beach? Here are a few tips.

3. Nestle's Bottled Water Filled With Microplastics, Lawsuit Claims

Our bottled water is supposed to come in plastic containers -- we don't expect microplastic contamination in our bottled water. How bad is it for you?

4. What to Expect If You Don't Pay Your Taxes

Yes, the IRS extended the filing deadline this year. But if you haven't already filed your taxes, you're late. what happens now?

5. School Nurses May Soon Be Able to Administer Pot in Colorado

No, the school nurse isn't handing out pot brownies or THC-laced lollipops. Instead, a new Colorado law would allow school nurses to administer medical marijuana while kids are at school. Here are the details.

Many of you might not have known we're on Facebook, so like our Consumer Facebook page to follow the latest legal development and engage with us on the biggest, and sometimes weirdest, legal stories.

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