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South Dakota Living Will Form (Declaration)

A South Dakota living will is a declaration that states a person’s intentions to prolong their life or die a natural death. The declarant can also choose to enter their own end-of-life treatment instructions. After completing, the living will is required to be signed with two (2) witnesses and a notary public. It’s recommended to…

South Dakota Small Estate Affidavit | Collection of Personal Property

A South Dakota small estate affidavit is a document that can be processed to avoid traditional probate proceedings for an estate that is valued at less than $50,000. Only individuals who are legally entitled to the estate can utilize the functions of this form. The affiant assumes the role of the personal representative of the…

South Dakota Unsecured Promissory Note Template

The South Dakota unsecured promissory note is a signed promise stating the borrower of a monetary balance will reimburse the lender of said monetary balance in the orderly fashion described in the template. This document does not include security. To help prevent a situation in which the lender loses the loaned balance because of a default, the…

South Dakota Secured Promissory Note Template

The South Dakota secured promissory note gives structure and legality to a money-lending transaction between two parties. The lender of the monetary balance earns interest on top of being reimbursed the original amount from the borrower. The interest rate is also called the ‘Usury Rate’ and has a maximum allowable percentage from the state of South Dakota….

South Dakota Last Will and Testament Template

A South Dakota Last Will and Testament is a legal document used for estate-planning purposes and created by an individual who wishes to set instructions on how their estate shall be distributed upon death. This individual, known as the “Testator, can utilize a will to dictate the distribution of assets– such as real and personal…

South Dakota Deed Forms

A South Dakota deed form is used to transfer the ownership of property from a grantor (‘seller’) to a grantee (‘buyer’). The individual that is preparing a deed will need to first select which type best matches their situation, followed by collecting all the necessary information about the Grantor and Grantee (mailing address and marital…

South Dakota Living Trust Forms – Irrevocable & Revocable

The South Dakota living trust is a document in which assets (property, assets, and investments) are transferred to benefit the Grantor during their lifetime or in the event that they become ill or incapacitated. The Trustee (or Successor Trustee if the Grantor is also the Trustee) will maintain control of the Grantor’s living trust in the event of…

South Dakota Landlord Notice to Enter

A South Dakota notice to enter alerts a tenant that the landlord requires entry to the unit. South Dakota state law does not require landlords to provide tenants notice, but it is wise for landlords to obtain tenant consent before entering their rental unit for any reason. Normally, notices will explain the reason the landlord…

South Dakota Non-Compete Agreement Template

The South Dakota Non-Compete Agreement Template acts as a safeguard against the misuse of a Business’ Proprietary Information or Trade Secrets by the Signature Recipient of this contract. This is accomplished by presenting the basic code of conduct the Business expects the Recipient to follow at the start of the relationship they will enter. This…

South Dakota General Warranty Deed Form

A South Dakota general warranty deed is a document that transfers the ownership of real estate in fee-simple and title without liens or encumbrances. The form must match the statutory form and contain the statement that the Grantor (seller) “grants, conveys and warrants to” the Grantee (buyer) the described real estate. It is important to…