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Washington D.C. Limited Power of Attorney Form

A Washington D.C. limited power of attorney is to choose someone to handle a specific task on behalf of someone else. The person choosing someone else (the “principal”) is required to sign the form in the presence of a notary public for it to become in effect. Afterward, the person selected (the “agent”) will be…

Washington D.C. Advance Directive (Medical POA + Living Will)

A Washington D.C. advance directive allows a person to select someone else to make health care decisions on their behalf and write end-of-life decisions. The person selected, called an agent, will be able to make medical decisions on behalf of a patient and in accordance with their wishes. The agent may only have such powers…

Washington D.C. Durable (Statutory) Power of Attorney Form

A Washington D.C. durable power of attorney allows a resident (“principal”) to select someone else (“agent”) to handle any type of financial decision on their behalf. The agent will be able to continue to make the financial powers listed in the form even after the principal should become incapacitated. It is required that the form…

Washington D.C. Marital Settlement (Divorce) Agreement

A Washington D.C. marital settlement agreement outlines the terms of a divorce, agreed upon by both parties through a process outlined below. The agreement is a written contract that divides property and determines alimony payments, as well as child support and custody. Table of Contents Divorce Laws Alimony Child Support Division of Property Grounds for…

Washington D.C. Corporate Bylaws Template

Washington D.C. corporate bylaws set forth the rules and operating procedures for a corporation in the District of Colombia. These can cover a range of matters, from the structure of the board of directors to the appointment of its members. The bylaws should be readily available to all shareholders, but do not need to be filed…

Washington D.C. Land Contract Template

A Washington D.C. land contract allows a person to buy land from another person. The contract is a legal document that includes information such as the lot number, subdivision, and reference information recorded with the Office of the Surveyor, as well as the names and signatures of the parties giving and receiving title to the…

Washington D.C. Lease Termination Letter

A Washington D.C. lease termination letter is used by either a landlord or tenant when voiding a month-to-month lease agreement. The minimum required notice period is thirty (30) days from the next payment period. It’s recommended to send the letter to the mailing address listed in the lease agreement by USPS certified mail with a…

Washington D.C. Sublease Agreement Template

A Washington D.C. sublease agreement allows an active tenant (sub-lessor) under a binding lease to sublet the property to a qualified sub-tenant (sub-lessee) with the permission of the landlord. Though some master lease agreements prevent a tenant from subletting the premises, some are more lenient regarding the arrangement. A tenant may still pursue permission from…

Washington D.C. Standard Residential Lease Agreement

A Washington D.C. standard residential lease agreement is a document that creates a tenancy arrangement where the landlord allows the tenant to use space in return for monthly rent payments. The tenant will usually be screened prior to signing a lease with the employment and credit information to be verified. Once approved, the landlord will…

Washington D.C. Room Rental (Roommate) Agreement

A Washington D.C. room rental agreement is for multiple individuals seeking to occupy bedrooms and share the common areas such as bathrooms, living areas, and the kitchen. Depending on the living situation, some roommates may per more per month if, for example, a bedroom is nicer than another. The roommates must follow the terms of…