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Davenport's Maryland Wills And Estate Planning Legal Forms

ISBN: 9781507627884
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: 2015-02-02
Number of pages: 132
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This book written by attorneys and published by Davenport Press provides a quick review of law and a good range of ready to use legal forms. This book covers Maryland Wills and Estate Planning which deals with how a person can control health care, property and money, children, and other things upon illness or death. This book contains 6 legal forms (which also can be downloaded free) most of which are standard forms with instructions written by the Maryland legislature or a state agency and what most people use. Filled out examples show exactly how to complete the legal forms. This book contains 6 ready to use legal forms which can be done in minutes (which can be photocopied or downloaded from online free), which are: 1) Last Will And Testament (lets one write orders to on death gift most one’s property and money, pick guardians for children and any minor’s property, say less burdensome legal procedures can be used, and pick a person to be executor to handle things after death); 2) Last Will And Testament (No Guardians) (this Will has no “Guardians” paragraph and is for people without a child under 18 and not giving anything major to other minors under 18); 3) Maryland Advance Directive ("Living Will") (in case one can’t later control health care this form lets instructions be given in case needed and lets a person be named to control things in case needed); 4) After My Death (this form lets one give orders on funeral, burial, organ donation and other things); 5) M.O.L.S.T. ("Do Not Resuscitate") (this “Medical Orders For Life-Sustaining Treatment” form can show paramedics and others not to try restarting the heart or breathing (called CPR) and some other major medical actions); and 6) Maryland Statutory Form Limited Power Of Attorney ("Financial Power Of Attorney") (this form lets power over one’s money, property, and other matters be shared with a spouse, adult child, or any trusted person so they can act for a person when a person is sick, busy, or away).

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