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Michigan Special Warranty Deed Form

A Michigan special warranty deed is a form used for transferring property with a limited guarantee in Michigan. Instead of a warranty deed that guarantees title from before the grantor owned the property and since a covenant deed only guarantees the title from when the grantor owned the property. In other words, the grantor is…

Michigan General Warranty Deed Form

A Michigan general warranty deed is utilized to convey real estate from one party to another. In the case of a warranty deed, the grantor “warrants” that he or she has legal authority to sell the property and that the title to the property is free of defects. That means that the grantor is guaranteeing…

Michigan Quit Claim Deed Form

A Michigan quitclaim deed is a form of deed that can be used to convey real estate from one party to another. It is typically used in “close” situations, such as between a creator of a trust and the trust, between close relatives, etc. The Conveying Party is not guaranteeing anything about the title, not even…

Michigan Landlord Notice to Enter

A Michigan landlord’s notice to enter alerts a tenant that the owner of a property is coming on to the premises. Michigan law does not specify the purposes for which a landlord may enter an occupied property or indicate how much notice it is necessary to provide before doing so. Landlords should specify such conditions…

Michigan Non-Compete Agreement Template

A Michigan Non-Compete Agreement Template is a legal method of applying contractual protection to a Business Entity’s sensitive information against its potential misuse by the information Recipient. The potential for such misuse may be realized in any situation where the Business Entity opens its books to another party such as a new employee or a temporary…

Michigan Notary Acknowledgment Form

A Michigan notary acknowledgment form is a document that a notary public uses to verify an individual’s signature on a legal instrument. This procedure is sometimes required in order to verify that a document is being signed freely and authentically, often in regards to transactions of property. When the signer goes to have their document notarized,…

Michigan Revocable Living Trust Form

The Michigan revocable living trust is a legal instrument that is used to avoid probate when performing the disposition of an estate. The creator of the trust (the Grantor) will transfer the ownership of their property into the trust, often naming themselves as the manager of these assets (Trustee) during their lifetime. Instructions will be written…

Michigan Self-Proving Affidavit Form

A Michigan self-proving affidavit form is a document that can be attached to a last will and testament for the purposes of validating the will after the testator’s death. The testator (person who created the will) can choose to use a self-proving affidavit, by signing in the presence of two (2) witnesses and a notary…

Michigan Name Change Forms – How to Change Your Name in MI

A Michigan name change form enables anyone who has been a resident of their county for at least twelve (12) months to legally change their name. It is extremely common for an individual to change their surname in connection with a marriage or divorce and this be can easily accomplished. For any other name change,…

Michigan Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Order Form

A Michigan do not resuscitate (DNR or DNAR) order form is a document issued by an individual in order to alert medical staff that, in the event of a cardiac arrest, they do not want to be resuscitated by CPR or other means. In Michigan, a DNR Order can be issued either in consultation with a physician…