Resources

Check out some of our firm’s free downloadable resources below. From eBooks and glossaries to templates and outlines, Tingen Law has you covered for every legal matter.

Free Downloadable eBooks

Many of the clients who visit our office feel that they’re ready for divorce but aren’t quite sure of their options, or even where they should start.

Some walk in after hearing misleading information about the Virginia divorce process, either from reading questionable legal advice online or by talking with well-meaning friends and family who’ve been through the process themselves. Others come prepared with the proper documents and evidence but still need some help navigating a complex and often confusing legal system.

No matter their level of legal knowledge, my clients always have questions.

This detailed, 76-page eBook covers everything you need to know about the Virginia divorce process, and provides actionable tips for making your divorce easier.

This book is for people who are selling products, building a brand, or starting a new business venture, and who want to protect their good name.

It’s for business owners and savvy individuals who know that the only way to succeed and make a profit is by doing things the right way.

If you want to grow your service or product line, and make sure that your business remains profitable and litigation-free, you need to take certain steps to protect your name and brand.

That’s why it’s important to register your product, service, logo, or business name as a trademark.

This 47-page eBook covers everything you need to know about federal trademark registration, from conducting a trademark search to the actual process of registering your mark.

Glossaries and Other Resources

Clients sometimes find it difficult to speak with their attorney about important immigration issues. The definitions provided in this glossary will help you better understand the legal lingo you need to resolve your case.

Clients sometimes find it difficult to speak with their attorney about important family law issues. The definitions provided in this extensive glossary should help resolve this issue.