Davenport's Minnesota Wills and Estate Planning Legal Forms

Davenport's Minnesota Wills and Estate Planning Legal Forms

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This new second edition of this book is written by attorney and published by Davenport Press. This book's focus is Minnesota Wills and Estate Planning which concerns how a person can control on illness or death their health care, end of life issues, money, all property, family, paperwork, funeral and burial, and more. Ready to use legal forms for Minnesota are in this book and can be downloaded free, and filled out sample forms showing how to use all form are also provided. Forms include: (1) Last Will And Testament With Guardians (lets one give orders to on death gift property and money, pick person as executor to do things after death, say less costly procedures can be used, and in case needed pick guardians for minors under 18 and their property); (2) Last Will And Testament No Guardians (this is a Will with no Guardians paragraph for those without a child under 18 and not giving major things to anyone under 18); (3) Self-Proving Affidavit (often done with a Will to help the later process after a death of proving a Will was signed correctly, and this makes it more likely a Will is followed); (4) Tangible Personal Property List (lets people easily write down outside a Will wanted gifts of "tangible personal property" like clothes, furniture, tools, cars, and jewelry); (5) Codicil (lets one make changes to an existing Will, but most just do a new Will); (6) Health Care Directive (also called "Living Will," lets person in case they can't later control own health care name a "Health Care Agent," and also if wanted give health care and other instructions); (7) P.O.L.S.T. (this "Provider Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment" form is often called a "Do Not Resuscitate" form and lets a person say paramedics and others should not to try restart the heart or breathing (C.P.R.) or try some other actions); (8) Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney (also called "Power Of Attorney Over Finance," lets power over one's money, property, and more be shared with someone like spouse or trusted friend to let them do things); (9) Power Of Attorney Over Child (lets parent give power over a child to someone so they can help when child is away from parents, like with health care or school issues); (10) Standby Guardian (lets parent arrange to have power over a child quickly go to someone on a parent's death or severe illness, but most just name a guardian in a Will); and (11) Final Wishes (lets person give orders that involve their body after death like funeral, burial, ceremonies, and smaller details, and maybe name person to control this).show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 134 pages
  • 216 x 279 x 7mm | 327g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • 2nd ed.
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508582181
  • 9781508582182