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Missouri General Warranty Deed Form

A Missouri general warranty deed is used by an owner of real estate to legally sell property in Missouri. This type of deed comes with a guarantee from the seller that the title to the property is free and clear of encumbrances and that the seller has the right and legal authority to sell the…

Missouri Special Warranty Deed Form

A Missouri special warranty deed is a deed that transfers real estate with a limited warranty. The grantor guarantees only that there are no other claims arising out of his or her ownership of the property. In other words, the grantor is guaranteeing that he or she did not convey any interest in the property…

Missouri Quit Claim Deed Form

A Missouri quitclaim deed is a form used to transfer property legally in Missouri. This should not be confused with a warranty deed since a quit claim deed does not inherently provide a written guarantee from the grantor that he or she has the legal authority to sell the property in question or that the title to the…

Missouri Landlord Notice to Enter

A Missouri landlord’s notice to enter is a way for a property owner to inform the tenant or tenants of an occupied dwelling that he or she will be entering the property at some point in the future. In Missouri, state law provides only very narrow reasons for which a landlord may enter occupied property, and does…

Missouri Non-Compete Agreement | Laws

A Missouri non-compete agreement is used by an employer to protect confidential information and trade secrets by former employees. A non-compete is legal for a period of 1-year and must be reasonably written to the employee. The limitations cannot go beyond what is necessary to protect the interests of the employer. Laws Legally Enforceable? Secretarial…

Missouri Notary Acknowledgment Form

A Missouri notary acknowledgment form is a document filled out by a notary public in order to notarize the signature of a legal instrument. A notary acknowledgment is required by law for certain documents to be considered valid, such as property transfers, living trusts, and power of attorney forms. This type of notarization certifies that…

Missouri Revocable Living Trust Form

The Missouri revocable living trust form is different from an irrevocable trust in that the Grantor continues to benefit from their assets during their lifetime, and it can be revoked or amended. The main purpose of this type of living trust is that it enables the Beneficiaries to avoid the lengthy process of performing the…

Missouri Self-Proving Affidavit Form

A Missouri self-proving affidavit form is a legal document that allows a last will and testament to move through probate court without the witnesses appearing in court to attest to the validity of the will. For a will to be “self-proved” in the State of Missouri, the testator (individual creating the will) and two (2)…

Missouri Name Change Forms – How to Change Your Name in MO

A Missouri name change form is used by residents in order to have their names legally changed. In most instances, a name change will be authorized as long as there is no suspicion that the request is being made for fraudulent or criminal purposes. Name changes in relation to marriage or divorce are most common…

Missouri Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Order Form

The Missouri do not resuscitate (DNR) order form is a document that a patient fills out if they do not want life-saving procedures to be implemented in the event that they have a cardiac or respiratory arrest. There are a variety of reasons that an individual may wish to issue a DNR order, the leading reason being that…