Affidavit of Domicile

An Affidavit of Domicile is used to substantiate the state where a deceased individual lived proceeding their death.

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Birth Certificate Request

A birth certificate request is used in order to ask for a copy of your own or of a family member's birth certificate.

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Child Travel Consent

Child travel consent is a document containing parental consent of a minor child allowing them to travel with one parent, an organization, a supplementary person, and or by his or herself.

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Child Visitation Letter

A child visitation letter is a document that divorced or separated parents may utilize in order to arrange a visit with their child or to advise one another of an infringement in their visitation agreement.

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Codicil

A Codicil is a document that acts as an addendum to a Last Will and Testament, indicating it can make modifications to a current Will (with additions, substitutions, and/or deletions).

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Cohabitation Agreement

A Cohabitation Agreement allows an unmarried couple in an intimate relationship to establish emotional and financial security before they move in together and combine their assets.

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Credit Freeze Request

A credit freeze request, or security freeze, is utilized by individuals who want to prevent third parties from being able to access their credit reports.

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Death Certificate Request

This death certificate request can be used to request a copy of a decedent's death certificate. This certificate may be needed in order to receive death benefits, notify organizations of the decedent's passing, obtain insurance payments, and other actions.

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Emergency Contact Information (Our Gift To You) FREE

Having all of your important names and numbers located on one specific document will allow your loved ones to be able to reach out to whomever you want and or need.

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Emergency Family Plan

An Emergency Plan safeguards everyone in your household knows what to do in case of an emergency or disaster.

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End of Life Plan

An End-of-Life Plan outlines your wishes for your remains and any memorial services and a Last Will describes how your assets will be distributed.

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Health Care Directive

A directive permits you to prepare for your medical treatment in advance in case there ever comes a time when you are unable to express your personal health care wishes.

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IEP Preparation

IEP essentials: This is not something you can basically put together the night prior to your meeting. Being methodical is the first step in ensuring that all objectives and or goals are set and or achieved.

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IEP Review

Yearly IEP assessments are mandatory by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and must be held at least once a year. However, you are allowed as it is your right to request an additional meeting(s) and for your child to be properly tested.

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Last Will and Testament

A last will and testament is a legal document that details how a person's assets and properties will be distributed after death.

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Letter of Recommendation (Our Gift To You FREE)

A letter of recommendation is a formal letter often used to describe qualities, strengths, and characteristics of another person.

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Living Will

A Living Will is a document that you use to indicate your medical wishes in the event you are incapacitated or cannot consent to your health care treatment.

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Medical Consent

A medical consent form is used to obtain medical consent for certain treatment or medical procedure.

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Medical Consent of A Minor

A Child Medical Consent authorizes a caregiver to access medical care for your child without delay.

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Medical Records Release

A Medical Records Release Document is used to request that a health care provider (physician, dentist, hospital, chiropractor, or psychiatrist).

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Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney form allows you to appoint another person to act on your behalf should you ever require someone to make short- or long-term decisions for you. On a Power of Attorney form, the person granting authority to another is the "Principal". The person who is granted authority is called the "Attorney-in-fact" or "Agent".

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Power of Attorney of A Minor

A Power of Attorney (POA) for Child allows parents or guardians to temporarily grant another adult the right to make parental decisions for their child if they are unavailable.

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Revocable Living Trust

A Revocable Living Trust is an estate planning tool that designates who will acquire your property once you have passed away.

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Revocable Power of Attorney

A Revocation of Power of Attorney, also referred to as a Revocation of POA, is a lawful document that revokes a current Power of Attorney.

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Temporary Protection Order, Otherwise known as a (TPO)

This is a lawful document, established by the Courts, in order to assist victims and their children in finding safety from individuals that are abusing, bullying, or placing them in fear for their safety.

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