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Missouri 10-Day Notice to Quit Form | Non-Compliance

The Missouri 10-Day Notice to Quit (Non-Compliance) should be sent to a tenant in breach of contract for any other reason than the non-payment of rent. When a tenant violates a provision in the lease, the owner or whoever holds the lease can give 10 days’ notice to vacate the premises. The tenant will then have…

Missouri Notice to Quit Form | Non-Payment of Rent

The Missouri Notice to Quit (Non-Payment), also known as a Written Demand for Rent, is a document used by landlords to inform a tenant about their failure to pay rent when due. In accordance with state law, landlords are legally required to give notice about late rent before advancing to court. However, Missouri does not give…

Missouri Promissory Note Templates

The Missouri promissory note templates are completed in conjunction by two parties consisting of a lender and a borrower. Once completed, the agreement helps to motivate the borrower to make timely payments and keep both parties on the same page. Usury Rate – The maximum interest rate is 10%, unless the market rate is greater at the…

Missouri Living Will Declaration Form

The Missouri living will declaration only allows a patient to make end of life decisions on their part by writing instructions to medical staff through this document. If the patient would like to make instructions and select an agent to act on their behalf they should fill-in the Advance Directive (includes durable power of attorney for…

Missouri Unsecured Promissory Note Template

The Missouri unsecured promissory note is completed by both a lender and a borrower to ensure both parties are on the same page in regards to payment types, late fees, interest rates, and other important aspects. This note template is unsecured, meaning there is no section for security. As a result, the lender will be at a…

Missouri Secured Promissory Note Template

The Missouri secured promissory note establishes the basic structure of an agreement in which a lender loans a monetary balance to another individual, called the ‘borrower’. The lender profits from the transaction by receiving a single payment of interest or installments of interest over a predetermined amount of time. The borrower will need to set aside an…

Missouri Small Estate Affidavit | Affidavit of Distributees for Collection of Small Estate

The Missouri small estate affidavit, also known as the ‘Affidavit of Distributees for Collection of Small Estate’, is for use when a decedent (the person who passed away) leaves a probate estate valued at $40,000 or less and no estate has been opened in probate court. The affidavit cannot be used until at least 30…

Missouri Last Will and Testament Template

The Missouri Last Will and Testament is a legal estate-planning document, created by a testator (person to whom the will belongs), that states detailed instructions on how the distribution of all financial accounts, real and personal property, as well as any other assets of the estate shall be distributed among designated beneficiaries who are named…

Missouri Deed Forms

The Missouri deeds are for use when you desire to sell your real estate in Missouri to another person. There are different deeds depending on your situation and circumstances. Some deeds come with a type of guarantee as to title. A quitclaim comes with no guarantee. The best way to make sure that you have…

Missouri Living Trust Forms – Irrevocable & Revocable

The Missouri living trust is a legal document which is used to make arrangements for a person’s estate if they die or become incapacitated. The advantages to a living trust are that it avoids probate, keeps the estate’s divestment private, and can protect the estate from further litigation or creditors. In order for a living trust…