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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

How to Get a Loan with Bad Credit
Getting a loan with bad credit is difficult, but not impossible. When handled correctly, a bad credit loan can help individuals with low credit scores
5 Legal Reasons a Landlord Can Deduct From a Security Deposit
The security deposit also ensures any significant damage a tenant causes can be repaired by the landlord without losing their revenue.
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...
Right to Work Laws: Pros and Cons
Right-to-work laws provide a guarantee that no one can be compelled to join a union as a condition of employment and prevent contracts requiring...
How to Write a Resignation Letter with Immediate Effect
If you need to leave your employment immediately, you can still act in a professional manner. The best way to maintain your professionalism is by...
How Do I Get an Eviction Removed From My Record?
An eviction filed by your landlord hurts your credit report. It is also held as a public record and other landlords can view your previous rental...
How to Give Someone Power of Attorney
When you expect you won't manage your affairs at some point, it might be necessary to appoint someone. The very first step is to choose the person...
Agreement vs. Contract: What's the Difference?
Knowing the difference between an agreement and a contract is critical when it comes to the law. There can be a degree of informality with an...
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.
What is a Marital Settlement Agreement?
A separation agreement, also known as a marital separation or marital agreement, offers flexibility for couples wishing to benefit from remaining...