This product generates all forms needed for an adult to petition the Supreme Court of the State of New York or the Civil Court of the City of New York for a change of name, with filing instructions.
More than 70% of American adults don’t have a Last Will. And this includes millions of people with young children. Do you have a Will that’s current? A Last Will is one of the most important—and most overlooked—legal documents. Every adult should have one, regardless of age or assets. Your Last Will is one of the most important documents you’ll ever sign. Don’t let another day pass you by without it.
Will Based Estate Planning Package for Single Person
Will Based Estate Planning Package for Married Person
Living Will and Health Care Power of Attorney
This interactive legal document enables you to generate a Document Directing Health Care (Living Will) and, optionally, a Health Care Proxy, for use by a resident of the state of New York. This product is not a substitute for legal advice.
The Living Will allows you to state your wishes about medical treatment in the event that you develop an irreversible condition that prevents you from making your own medical decisions.
The Health Care Proxy allows you to name someone to make decisions about your medical care, including decisions about life support, if you can no longer speak for yourself.
Power of Attorney with Durable Provision
A "power of attorney" is a legal document where one party (the Principal) authorizes another party (the Agent or the Attorney-in-fact) to act on his or her behalf during an absence. This authority can specifically include or exclude several areas of interest, including matters of physical property, real esate, banking, insurance, tax matters, etc.
Will for Single or Married Testator
A will enables a testator (the person making a will) to make sure that his/her family and loved ones are provided for and all possessions or property will be distributed in accordance with his/her wishes. This document is not designed for a complex and large estate that raises special tax considerations. This document should be used only for a basic estate which is below the threshold for the payment of inheritance tax and where discretionary trusts and settlements are not required. It has been specifically designed for use by a married person.
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