State your end-of-life medical treatment preferences and authorize an agent if you become incapacitated.
Build a legally binding document that you can use for multiple purposes in business, personal, and legal issues.
Get authorization from a third party to check their criminal or credit record.
Settle compensation for a car accident outside of court and avoid legal claims.
Prove the existence of a trust and assign trustees without disclosing sensitive information.
Provide positive examples of a loved one's character to help them during a trial or legal dispute.
Authorize a third party to temporarily make healthcare decisions for your child.
Ensure someone you trust can make decisions safely for your child while you're away.
Get a written authorization for a child to travel without a parent or guardian.
Keep your estate plan up to date by revising, adding, or removing provisions in your Will.
Draft a contract to establish the living terms with your partner and procedures in case of separation.
Define the terms of a divorce, such as property division and child support, and declare it legally dissolved.
List treatments you want to be withheld if you don’t want life-saving intervention.
Authorize an agent to run your private affairs until your death, even if you become incapacitated.
Detail your wishes regarding family and property once you are no longer there.
Determine how your possessions will be managed and who will receive them after your passing.
Provide specific instructions for your end-of-life medical care when you can no longer communicate.
Ensure your images are only used and published with your knowledge and consent.
Give an agent the authority to make medical decisions for you if you are incapacitated.
Set the terms of custody, visitation, responsibilities, and guidelines post-separation for each parent.
Securely let others use your photographs for commercial or personal purposes.
Authorize an agent to run your private affairs such as property, finances, or medical care.
Terminate legal authority granted to an agent through a Power of Attorney if circumstances change.
After getting married, determine how assets are divided between you and your spouse in the event of a divorce.
Specify in a contract what each person's property rights will be after a marriage.
Verify your address to any agency or employer by creating a written statement with step-by-step instructions.
Protect yourself from future legal claims in case of an accident, damages, or loss of money.
Allocate assets, bills, debts, child support, and other responsibilities shared with your spouse during separation.
Get authorization from an individual to use their voice or image in your or someone else's media.
Turn over custody of your child for a specific period of time.