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Washington D.C. Independent Contractor Agreement

A Washington D.C. independent contractor agreement sets the terms for work that will be done outside of the employer-employee relationship. Instead, one (1) party, called a client, hires another party, the contractor, to do a set of discrete tasks, and the relationship concludes once the tasks are completed and payment is provided. The agreement will set out…

Washington D.C. Subcontractor Agreement

A Washington D.C. subcontractor agreement sets out the obligations of a party hired to perform specific tasks that will contribute to an overall project. Subcontractor agreements will specify what work is required, how it will fit into the timing and structure of the overall project, and the terms and amount of payment. They may also…

Washington D.C. Real Estate Agent Listing Agreement

A Washington, D.C. real estate listing agreement is a contract between a licensed real estate listing agent and buyer or seller of real property, also known as the “client”. The agent represents the client in every aspect of a transaction – from first contacts to finalizing a sale. They usually receive a commission off of…

Washington D.C. Estate Planning Checklist

A Washington D.C. estate planning checklist is a guide for residents of the District of Colombia who have not yet made end-of-life decisions related to their health and their assets. The checklist covers every facet of estate planning, from nominating someone to make healthcare-related decisions for a person who becomes incapacitated to drafting a will….

Washington D.C. Prenuptial Agreement – Template & Laws

A Washington D.C. prenuptial agreement is a contract made between two people intending to get married that sets out how their property will be distributed when the marriage ends. A prenuptial agreements is often called a “prenup,” and District statutes refer to them as “premarital agreements.” The agreements should be the result of a discussion among…

Washington D.C. Property Management Agreement | Commercial & Residential

A Washington D.C. property management agreement is a contract that defines the terms of a relationship between a property owner and a property manager. The agreement outlines a licensed property manager’s rights and responsibilities within the purview of district law, which states what property managers must do and what they cannot. For example, managers must…

Washington D.C. Power of Attorney Revocation Form

A Washington D.C. power of attorney revocation allows a principal to terminate the powers granted in a previously written power of attorney document. It is required that the agent or attorney-in-fact mentioned in the previous power of attorney document be given a copy of the revocation as official notice that their designation has been canceled….

Washington D.C. Vehicle Power of Attorney (Form DMV-VSPA-01)

A Washington D.C. vehicle power of attorney allows someone else to make vehicle-related decisions on their behalf. Specifically, this form allows someone else to handle obtaining vehicle tags such as registration and title documents to be filed at a DMV Location. Signing Requirements – Principal and Agent only. All Languages Power of Attorney (English) Power…

Washington D.C. Tax Power of Attorney (Form D-2848)

A Washington D.C. tax power of attorney (“Form D-2848), allows a principal to elect someone else to handle their tax obligations within the State. In order to be valid, the principal must sign this form and enter the identification of the person authorized to handle taxes on their behalf. Signing Requirements: Principal only. Source: Office…

Washington D.C. Real Estate Power of Attorney Form

A Washington D.C. real estate power of attorney lets someone else sell, lease, or encumber real property on your behalf. This is common in real estate closings where the buyer or seller allows their attorney to handle the signing of legal documents. The form, like a Durable Power of Attorney, must be signed in the…