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Connecticut Unsecured Promissory Note Template

The Connecticut unsecured promissory note is a document developed for the purpose of putting two parties into a contract in regards to a loan to help ensure timely payments are made and the terms and conditions of the transaction are fully understood. The lender should be aware that there is no embedded security within the document. This…

Connecticut Secured Promissory Note Template

The Connecticut secured promissory note is designed to be completed by two individuals, a lender and a borrower, and adds security as well as mutual understanding in regards to the loaning of money. Included in the document is a section where the parties can agree on the way payments will be made. Additionally, the parties will need to…

Connecticut Living Will Form

A Connecticut living will, or “Declaration to Remove Life Support System,” provides a person’s preference for whether they would like to accept or reject life-saving treatments should they become permanently unconscious. This would only be available if the person had no realistic path of being cured. The patient may choose to accept or reject CPR,…

Connecticut Small Estate Affidavit | Form PC-212

A Connecticut small estate affidavit allows assets from estates below a certain total value to pass to the heirs or successors of the decedent without having to go through the traditional probate process. Doing this can allow the decedent’s survivors to use property in the estate to settle looming debts or upfront costs like funeral…

Connecticut Last Will and Testament Template

A Connecticut last will and testament is a legal document that provides written instructions for proper distribution of the testator’s (person to whom the will belongs) property upon/after death. The creation of a will document ensures peace of mind for the testator that their personal, real, fiduciary, and digital property will be appropriately transferred per…

Connecticut Deed Forms

Connecticut deeds are used to convey or transfer real estate from one person or entity to another. There are different types of deeds depending on the situation. Some deeds provide a form of warranty from the grantor (seller) to the grantee (buyer) that there is no one else who can claim an interest in the…

Connecticut Special Warranty Deed Form

A Connecticut special warranty deed is similar to a warranty deed in that there is some guarantee, but it provides less of a guarantee to the grantee (buyer). The grantor (seller) is stating in a special warranty that they have not done anything to compromise his or her interests in the property since he or…

Connecticut General Warranty Deed Form

A Connecticut general warranty deed is used to transfer one’s ownership in real estate to another. This type of deed is used to transfer ownership with a guarantee by the transferor, also known as a grantor,  that he or she holds legal title to the property, that there are no other claims against the property…

Connecticut Quit Claim Deed Form

A Connecticut quit claim deed is used to transfer real estate when the grantor (seller) gives any and all ownership interest to the grantee (buyer) without any guarantees about other owners of the property. The only thing that seller (grantor) is transferring is his or her claim to the property, if any. This type of…

Connecticut Living Trust Form – Irrevocable & Revocable

The Connecticut living trust is a document that allows a person to define how their assets should be handled when they die. One of the most important discrepancies between a Will and a Living Trust is the fact that a Living Trust takes effect upon signing and can be benefited from throughout the creator’s lifetime,…