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Dena Standley

Dena Standley

Legal Content Writer

Dena Standley is a former paralegal with over seven years of experience in the legal field. She now specializes in legal writing and is passionate about helping law firms and other businesses refine their brand voice.

Dena is also a content strategist skilled in content marketing.

Articles written by Dena Standley

What Is the Electronic Wills Act?
Under the E-Wills Act, the testator must make an electronic will, also known as an e-will, that can be read as text when they sign it electronically.
Different Types of Defamation: Slander vs. Libel
Defamation can take the form of libel or slander. Slanderous statements are verbal, while libelous comments are written. Unlike slander...
How to Serve a Cease and Desist Letter
Have you ever wished you could make someone disappear to enjoy peace? If you have, a cease and desist letter may make that wish a reality.
How to Write a Retirement Letter to Your Employer
A retirement letter ensures you leave your employer and career on a positive note. With 6-12 months' notice being a rule of thumb.
Land Contracts: a Quick Guide
A land contract is a legal agreement between a buyer and the owner. The buyer pays the seller or property owner until the total purchase price is...
Do You Need a Lawyer to Make a Will?
In most cases, no, you do not need a lawyer to make a will. Many people believe that making a will is a complex task that requires an attorney...
How Do I Fill Out a W-9 for an LLC?
Form W-9 helps report income at the end of the year and determines whether backup withholding applies to you as a payee.
Marriage Separation: Types and Rules
Is essential to know that the type of separation you choose impacts matters such as legal rights and finances. Ensure you select the option that...
How to Fight an Eviction in 2022
Understanding your rights as a tenant is essential in all aspects of the renting and homeownership process, including situations that could be...
Can a Power of Attorney Change a Will?
Under the terms of a POA, the agent can have broad or limited powers, ranging from the mundane to the specialized, such as managing the agent’s...