Simply follow the instructions provided in the legal forms contents, but do so with the clear understanding that the person signing the documents is the only person ‘completing’ or creating the Living Trust pro se. Continue reading What Changes Must I Make to Complete Trust Documents for a Family Member in Another State?
The person who is the primary signator of the legal documents being created should place his or her initials at the bottom of each page, on the small lines provided on each Standard Legal form. These initials should be made at the time of the signing of the documents, and done so in front of any witnesses or the notary. The initials simply signify that each page is a valid part of the entire legal document that is signed at the end; as such, the initials made should be from the same person who is making the primary final signature.
The State of California has costly and complex registration requirements for each COUNTY in that state. The registration requires legal document preparation companies to become what the state of California calls “legal document assistants”. Continue reading How Are Legal Document Preparation Rules Different for California?
Standard Legal offers completed, “ready-for signature” forms through its legal document preparation services. These forms are created by asking specific questions of its customers through easy-to-follow questionnaires, then taking those highly specific responses and inserting the provided information into the required legal forms. Continue reading How Does Legal Document Preparation Service Work?
Standard Legal offers Legal Document Preparation Service for nearly all of the titles it produces as self-help legal forms software. However, there are some exceptions — and good reasons behind those exceptions. Continue reading Why Aren’t Document Preparation Services Available for All Legal Topics?