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Colorado Secured Promissory Note Template

A Colorado secured promissory note is a three-page agreement designed for two parties planning on engaging in the loaning of money. The agreement outlines key points of information such as late fees, lender and borrower info, and payment types. Additionally, a spot for the interest rate is included. Before completing the agreement, check C.R.S. 5-12-101 and…

Colorado Living Will Form

A Colorado living will, or “Advance Directive for Medical/Surgical Treatment,” allows a person to outline their end-of-life treatment wishes. This includes how they desire to be treated in the chance they cannot speak for themselves such as dementia or being in a vegetative state. The form is created and signed by the declarant with at…

Colorado Small Estate Affidavit | Form JDF 999

A Colorado small estate affidavit is a legal document that can help someone collect property that is owed to them and that formerly belonged to a person who died (a “decedent.”) The process is also called a ‘Collection of Personal Property by Affidavit,’ and it is useful because it allows successors or heirs to avoid…

Colorado Last Will and Testament Template

A Colorado last will and testament is a legal document that allows a testator (the person to whom the will belongs) to communicate their wishes with regard to the distribution of personal, fiduciary, or real property upon their death. This document ensures all property left behind will be properly dispersed in accordance with the testator’s…

Colorado Deed Forms

Colorado deed forms are used to sell real estate or real property to another. The seller of real estate is called the grantor, and the purchaser of real estate is called the grantee. There are different ways of transferring property. One way is by using a general warranty deed. This form of transfer provides a…

Colorado General Warranty Deed Form

A Colorado general warranty deed is a deed that passes real estate from a grantor to a grantee (a seller to a buyer) in Colorado. This allows the grantor to provide a warranty that he or she has a legal right to the property and a legal right to convey the property and that there…

Colorado Special Warranty Deed Form

A Colorado special warranty deed is used to convey real estate in Colorado from a grantor (seller) to a grantee (buyer) with a limited warranty. A special warranty only warrants that the seller did not grant any interest in the property to another during the time that they held the property, but does not guarantee…

Colorado Quit Claim Deed Form

A Colorado quitclaim deed is used to transfer property without a warranty from the seller. There is no specific guarantee the seller has exclusive claim to the Property at hand or even the Title. Conceivably, they could be transferring no interest in the property. They are basically just transferring their right to claim an interest…

Colorado Living Trust Form – Irrevocable & Revocable

The Colorado living trust is a document that an individual may use to negate the State’s probate process. The Grantor (creator of the Trust) will place his or her personal assets in the Trust and nominate a Beneficiary, or Beneficiaries to receive said assets. When the Grantor passes away, the items listed within the Trust…

Colorado Landlord Notice to Enter

A Colorado landlord’s notice to enter informs a tenant of a landlord’s intent to access an occupied dwelling. The only law requiring a landlord to provide notice involves inspection for the treatment of a bug infestation, in which case delivery of written or oral notice a minimum of 48 hours prior to entry is required….