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Direct Deposit Authorization Forms (22)

A direct deposit authorization form authorizes a third party, usually an employer for payroll, to send money to a bank account. Typically, an employer requesting authorization will require a voided check to ensure that the account is valid. After completing, an employer will be able to send payments directly to the employee's bank account. Table...

Credit Card (ACH) Authorization Forms (4) | Sample

A credit card authorization form allows a third party to make a payment by using a person's written consent and credit card information. This can either be for a one-time charge or recurring on a regular basis. This is a common procedure when an individual authorizes a subscription that renews monthly, such as a gym...

Blank Invoice Templates (30)

An invoice is a form that is generated by a company or individual and provided to a customer upon collection of a receivable for a product or service. The invoice includes descriptions of the itemized products or services. Once the subtotal is calculated, any taxes (sales, excise, municipal, etc) should be added to the total...

Employee Forms (14)

Employee forms are generally used for a variety of purposes between an employer and an employee. Most commonly, they are used to establish an agreement between the parties for one's services. The forms may be used to make requests, file payment information, and fulfill any other demands by either party. Table of Contents Employee Forms...

Non-Compete Agreement Template

A non-compete agreement prohibits someone from working in the same business (or line of work) for a specific time period and geographical area. A non-compete is commonly used for employment purposes, the sale of a business, and partnership dissolution. Is it Legal? A business sale non-compete is legal in every state. An employee non-compete is legal...

Release of Liability (Waiver) Forms (14)

A release of liability or waiver is a legal document that a person signs to acknowledge the risks involved in a particular activity and to not hold the organization or individual for any harm that might arise. If a release is signed after an event, it may include payment for damages in exchange for letting...

Living Trust Form (Revocable)

A living trust is a legal document that allows an individual (grantor) to place assets under the management of a trustee, who can be the grantor or another party. The trustee is responsible for safeguarding the trust's assets during the grantor's lifetime. The trust's assets will be transferred to the beneficiaries upon the grantor's death....

Deed Forms

A deed conveys the ownership of property from a seller ("grantor") to a buyer ("grantee"). After completing the deed, it is recorded in the local registry of deeds. Transferring the property may incur transfer taxes, which must be paid at the recording time. By Type (4) General Warranty Deed - Guarantees that the grantor has...

Last Will and Testament (Will)

A last will and testament or will is a legal document that records how an individual (testator) chooses to distribute property, care for children, and make special wishes after their death. It should include a personal representative (executor), who is a trusted person in charge of ensuring the estate is distributed according to the will. Signing...

Small Estate Affidavit Form

A small estate affidavit is a court document that allows beneficiaries to bypass the often lengthy probate process and expedite the distribution of an estate after someone's death. To qualify for this process, the total value of the decedent's estate must not exceed a State's monetary limit. Death Certificate Along with filing a small estate...