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North Carolina Living Trust Forms – Irrevocable & Revocable

The North Carolina living trust is a legal document that is used to mandate the disposition of an estate while avoiding probate. Litigating a Will through probate court proceedings can be a long and costly process, so, in some cases, a living trust is a simpler, more cost-effective way to distribute the assets of a decedent….

Ohio Limited (Special) Warranty Deed Form

An Ohio limited warranty deed is a form that conveys property interests with a guarantee. However, unlike a warranty deed, the grantor is only guaranteeing that he or she did not encumber the property while he or she owned it. That means that the grantor is guaranteeing that he did not give anyone else any…

Ohio General Warranty Deed Form

An Ohio general warranty deed is a legally binding document that transfers real estate interests from one person to another. A warranty deed includes a guarantee by the seller (or grantor) that he or she has the full legal authority to transfer his or her interests and that there are no defects or encumbrances associated…

Ohio Quit Claim Deed Form

An Ohio quit claim deed is a legal document that transfers whatever interest someone has in a certain piece of real estate to someone else. This type of conveyance is different from the warranty deeds because it comes with no guarantee that the grantor owns the property or that there is a clear title on…

Ohio 24-Hour Landlord Notice to Enter

An Ohio notice to enter is used to inform a tenant why and when their landlord needs to enter their rental unit. Landlords are required to give at least twenty-four (24) hours’ notice to enter in any instance other than an emergency. Laws – Title 53, Chapter 5321.04(A)(8), Title 53, Chapter 5321.05(B) Notice can be…

Ohio Non-Compete Agreement | Laws

An Ohio non-compete agreement allows an employer to restrict its competition by limiting an employee’s ability to work in the same business. A non-compete must contain geographical limitations, time restrictions, and cannot overreach or be unreasonably restrictive to an employee while protecting the business. Laws Legally Enforceable? 3 Rules Attorneys (prohibited) Continued Employment Time and…

Ohio Notary Acknowledgment Form

An Ohio notary acknowledgment form is used by a notary public to authenticate signatures on legal documents. By law, a notarized document is considered valid only if voluntarily executed by the parties involved for the reasons set forth within the document. Notarial acts of this variety are often required for mortgages, trust deeds, living wills,…

Ohio Revocable Living Trust Form

The Ohio revocable living trust form is a document that places the assets and property of the Grantor into a trust so that their heirs will avoid probate when the Grantor’s estate is distributed. The Grantor will continue to benefit from their assets during their lifetime and, as opposed to an irrevocable living trust, they retain…

Ohio Name Change Forms – How to Change Your Name in OH

An Ohio name change form can be used by residents of Ohio to legally change their name as long as they have resided in the State for at least one (1) year. Aside from changing one’s name for marriage or after a divorce, individuals may wish to change or alter their name for personal, religious,…

Ohio Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Order Form

An Ohio Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Order Form tells emergency medical service providers and other health care professionals that a patient does not wish to receive cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in the event of cardiac or respiratory arrest. A patient with a DNR order in place will receive general care to alleviate pain such as oxygen and…