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Wisconsin Living Trust Forms – Irrevocable & Revocable

The Wisconsin living trust is a legal agreement created to provide instructions for distributing one’s assets after they die and to allow continued access in the event they become mentally incapacitated. A Trustee is appointed to manage the trust (the Grantor may choose to name themselves Trustee) during the Grantor’s lifetime and pass the assets along…

Wisconsin 12-Hour Landlord Notice to Enter

A Wisconsin notice to enter notifies a tenant that their landlord needs to access their rental unit for an allowable reason. The landlord is required to give the tenant at least twelve (12) hours’ notice before entry and can only access the unit during reasonable hours. Laws – §704.05(2), ATCP 134.09 Notice can be used…

Wisconsin Non-Compete Agreement Template

A Wisconsin non-compete agreement allows an employer to impose restrictions on an employee so that if they leave the job, they do not pose as a potential competitor. The time period and territory must be specified and are required to be “reasonable.” Such restrictions imposed on the employee are limited and should only be reasonably…

Wisconsin General Warranty Deed Form

A Wisconsin general warranty deed is a legal form that may be used by the owner of real estate (the grantor) when selling property to another party (the grantee). The deed provides a warranty, or guarantee, that the grantor has the legal authority to sell the property and that the title is free of any…

Wisconsin Quit Claim Deed Form | Bar Version Form 3-2003

A Wisconsin quit claim deed is a standard form that may be utilized to document the transfer of property from a grantor to a grantee. The Wisconsin Register of Deeds does not require this filing however, in the case where two separate individuals wish to claim a property with this form, the initial filer will…

Wisconsin Notary Acknowledgment Form

A Wisconsin notary acknowledgment form is a document that a notarial official, also known as a notary public, uses to authenticate a person’s signature on official paperwork. The individual requesting notarization must appear before the notary in person and provide satisfactory evidence of their identity. If the notary is confident that the requesting individual is indeed…

Wisconsin Revocable Living Trust Form

The Wisconsin revocable living trust form is a legal document drafted by an individual to allocate assets and property into a separate entity. The person who creates the Trust (Grantor) appoints a Trustee to manage its contents. The Grantor is allowed to appoint themselves Trustee as long as a Successor Trustee is named as well….

Wisconsin Self-Proving Affidavit Form

A Wisconsin self-proving affidavit form is executed by the testator and the two (2) witnesses of a last will and testament to expedite the probate process when the testator’s property is distributed. On the document, which must be signed in the presence of a notarial officer, the three (3) individuals make a sworn statement to…

Wisconsin Name Change Forms – How to Change Your Name in WI

Use an attorney at ContractsCounsel to change your name! A Wisconsin name change form can be used by citizens of the State who wish to petition for a legal name change. All name changes will be processed through the circuit court in the petitioner’s county. These forms are not required if a person intends to…

Wisconsin Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Order Form

The Wisconsin do not resuscitate (DNR) order form is used to notify emergency medical personnel that an individual should not receive life-saving treatments to restore their circulation or breathing. A patient who qualifies for a DNR order must have a terminal medical condition that would not benefit from resuscitation as determined by a licensed physician. If the…