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Family forms are private documents that contain personal information about a family member. They may be considered legal documents if they have a seal from a government agency or department or the signature of an attorney. Birth Certificates, Adoption Papers, and Last Will and Testament are some of the popular family documents.
Iowa Living Will Declaration
Iowa Living Will Declaration Iowa Living Will is a legal document that outlines the patient's preference with regards to what life-saving measures medical staff and first-responders will perform. It states the end-of-life pain management and comfort measures to be administered during the closing phase of a life.
1419 Application for a Visitor Visa
1419 Application for a Visitor Visa Form 1419 is a for for Application for a Visitor visa – Tourist stream
Postnuptial Agreement Template
Postnuptial Agreement Template This Postnuptial Agreement sets forth a husband and wife's intentions as to real or personal property. This agreement sets out the name of the couple, date of the marriage and the desire to establish ownership and division of property.
Nevada Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
Nevada Petition for Change of Name (Minor) A Petition for Change of Name of Minor must be filed in the county court in which the minor child lives. Any lawful reason that the Petitioner(s) deems (deem) a benefit is typically adequate to satisfy most courts. The Petitioner may prefer a new name due to social or religious reasons.
Rhode Island No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
Rhode Island No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) Rhode Island No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
Montana Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
Montana Petition for Change of Name (Minor) A Petition for Change of Name of Minor must be filed in the county court in which the minor child lives. Any lawful reason that the Petitioner(s) deems (deem) a benefit is typically adequate to satisfy most courts. The Petitioner may prefer a new name due to social or religious reasons.
North Dakota Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
North Dakota Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) North Dakota Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
South Carolina Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
South Carolina Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
Utah Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
Utah Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) Utah Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
Ohio No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
Ohio No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) Ohio No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
Arkansas No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
Arkansas No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) Arkansas No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
Wyoming Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
Wyoming Petition for Change of Name (Minor) A Petition for Change of Name of Minor must be filed in the county court in which the minor child lives. Any lawful reason that the Petitioner(s) deems (deem) a benefit is typically adequate to satisfy most courts. The Petitioner may prefer a new name due to social or religious reasons.
Nebraska Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
Nebraska Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
Affidavit for Surviving Spouse
Affidavit for Surviving Spouse This form is used by a surviving spouse or their agent when during the ownership of community property a spouse dies and the surviving spouse is the successor to the decedent's interest in the property, to clear title of the deceased spouse's interest and establish the surviving spouse as the sole owner of the property.
North Carolina No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
North Carolina No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
Authorization to Disclose Health Information
Authorization to Disclose Health Information This Authorization to Disclose Health Information authorizes a health care provider to disclose certain specific health information records to another (such as a prospective employer, insurance company or school).
Virginia No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
Virginia No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
Revocable Living Trust Form
Revocable Living Trust Form A revocable living trust is created by a Grantor with the purpose of holding their assets and properties in order to dictate how the aforementioned assets and property will be distributed upon the Grantor's death
Parental Consent Form
Parental Consent Form Parental Consent form is a right of a parent to be informed or give consent before his/her child undergoes any type of medical treatment. They give someone they trust an authority to make any relevant medical decisions.
Illinois Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
Illinois Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) Illinois Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
Pennsylvania Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
Pennsylvania Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) Pennsylvania Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
Pet Custody
Pet Custody This is a template used to create and fill-out a Pet Custody Form.
Pour Over Will
Pour Over Will Pour-over will is a legal document that ensures an individual's remaining assets will automatically transfer to a previously established trust upon their death.
West Virginia Living Will
West Virginia Living Will West Virginia Living Will is a legal document that outlines the patient's preference with regards to what life-saving measures medical staff and first-responders will perform. It states the end-of-life pain management and comfort measures to be administered during the closing phase of a life.
Oklahoma Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
Oklahoma Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
South Dakota Living Will
South Dakota Living Will South Dakota Living Will is a legal document that outlines the patient's preference with regards to what life-saving measures medical staff and first-responders will perform. It states the end-of-life pain management and comfort measures to be administered during the closing phase of a life.
Affidavit of Heirship
Affidavit of Heirship This is a template used to create and fill-out an Affidavit of Heirship Form which is a document between a borrower and a lender containing details of the loan for record and tracking of payment.
Utah No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
Utah No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
Kentucky Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
Kentucky Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
Oregon No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
Oregon No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) Oregon No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
DS-2029
DS-2029 APPLICATION FOR CONSULAR REPORT OF BIRTH ABROAD OF A CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Texas Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
Texas Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
Obituary Template
Obituary Template Use an Obituary Template to report the recent death of a person, including a brief biography or an account of the person's life and the information about the upcoming funeral.
1419 Application for a Visitor Visa
1419 Application for a Visitor Visa to visit or remain in Australia for tourism or other recreational activities (holiday, sightseeing, social or recreational reasons or to visit relatives or friends).
Prenuptial Agreement
Prenuptial Agreement Prenuptial Agreement is an agreement or contract made between a couple before they marry. The agreement or contract is about the ownership of their respective assets should the marriage fail.
New York Living Will
New York Living Will New York Living Will is a legal document that outlines the patient's preference with regards to what life-saving measures medical staff and first-responders will perform. It states the end-of-life pain management and comfort measures to be administered during the closing phase of a life.
Washington No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
Washington No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) Washington No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
North Carolina Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
North Carolina Petition for Change of Name (Minor) A Petition for Change of Name of Minor must be filed in the county court in which the minor child lives. Any lawful reason that the Petitioner(s) deems (deem) a benefit is typically adequate to satisfy most courts. The Petitioner may prefer a new name due to social or religious reasons.
Nebraska Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
Nebraska Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) Nebraska Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
South Carolina No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
South Carolina No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) South Carolina No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
Virginia Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
Virginia Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) Virginia Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
Ohio No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
Ohio No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
Birth Declaration Template
Birth Declaration Template Birth Declaration Template is used to announce the birth of a newborn. It usually contains the baby's full name, date, place, and time of birth, weight, length, and information about parents.
West Virginia Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
West Virginia Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
Nevada Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
Nevada Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
Affidavit of Birth
Affidavit of Birth This is a template used to create and fill-out an Affidavit of Birth Form.
Nevada No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
Nevada No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
Authorization to Disclose Health Information Form
Authorization to Disclose Health Information Form An Authorization to Disclose Health Information is used when you desire to allow others to disclose information regarding your health. It spells out the specific information to be disclosed, who is authorized to do so, and the purposes for disclosure.
Virginia Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
Virginia Petition for Change of Name (Minor) A Petition for Change of Name of Minor must be filed in the county court in which the minor child lives. Any lawful reason that the Petitioner(s) deems (deem) a benefit is typically adequate to satisfy most courts. The Petitioner may prefer a new name due to social or religious reasons.
Maryland Living Will
Maryland Living Will Maryland Living Will is a legal document that outlines the patient's preference with regards to what life-saving measures medical staff and first-responders will perform. It states the end-of-life pain management and comfort measures to be administered during the closing phase of a life.
Parental Permission Medical Consent and Liability Release
Parental Permission Medical Consent and Liability Release A Parental Permission Medical Consent and Liability Release is used to give permission for the child to participate in an organized event by the parents or guardian.
Indiana Living Will Declaration
Indiana Living Will Declaration The Indiana Living Will is a written consent made by a person who is giving all the rights to no longer prolong all the treatments that is done for them to cure their certain disease. This form also gives all the right to donate their body organs.
Rhode Island Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
Rhode Island Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) Rhode Island Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
Mississippi No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
Mississippi No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) Mississippi No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
New York Consent to Minor's Change of Name
New York Consent to Minor's Change of Name The New York Consent to Minor's Change of Name form provides written consent of a parent or guardian to the changing of a minor's name.
Wyoming Living Will
Wyoming Living Will Wyoming Living Will is a legal document that outlines the patient's preference with regards to what life-saving measures medical staff and first-responders will perform. It states the end-of-life pain management and comfort measures to be administered during the closing phase of a life.
Vermont Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
Vermont Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
South Dakota No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
South Dakota No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) South Dakota No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
Affidavit of Identity
Affidavit of Identity Affidavit of Identity is a legal document used for verification purposes. It contains a sworn statement of an individual affirming personal and identifiable information such as legal name, date of birth and home address.
Utah Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
Utah Petition for Change of Name (Minor) A Petition for Change of Name of Minor must be filed in the county court in which the minor child lives. Any lawful reason that the Petitioner(s) deems (deem) a benefit is typically adequate to satisfy most courts. The Petitioner may prefer a new name due to social or religious reasons.
Kentucky No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
Kentucky No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
Oregon No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
Oregon No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
California Courts FL-311
California Courts FL-311 FL-311 is a form for Child Custody and Visitation (Parenting Time)
Utah Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
Utah Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
T1157
T1157 Changes on how child support payments are being taxed to divorced parents in Canada
Hotel Reservation Check in Form
Hotel Reservation Check in Form This is a template used to create and fill-out a Hotel Reservation Check in Form which is a document between a borrower and a lender containing details of the loan for record and tracking of payment.)
New York No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
New York No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) New York No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
Wisconsin No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
Wisconsin No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) Wisconsin No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
North Dakota No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
North Dakota No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
Nevada Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
Nevada Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) Nevada Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
South Carolina No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
South Carolina No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
Vermont Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
Vermont Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) Vermont Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
Ohio Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
Ohio Petition for Change of Name (Minor) A Petition for Change of Name of Minor must be filed in the county court in which the minor child lives. Any lawful reason that the Petitioner(s) deems (deem) a benefit is typically adequate to satisfy most courts. The Petitioner may prefer a new name due to social or religious reasons.
Boyfriend Application Form
Boyfriend Application Form be completely honest with all your answers, Any false information will automatically nullify any chance you might have had.
West Virginia No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
West Virginia No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
New York Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
New York Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
Affidavit of Death
Affidavit of Death Affidavit of Death is a legal document used to inform and declare to companies, banks, businesses, or any other organizations that a person has died. Through this document, a representative may act on behalf of the deceased person.
Mississippi No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
Mississippi No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
CBP Form 4457
CBP Form 4457 CBP Form 4457 is used to register personal items before you travel abroad to clear customs easily when you bring those personal effects back to the United States.
Wyoming Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
Wyoming Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
Texas No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
Texas No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) Texas No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
New Jersey Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
New Jersey Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
Parental Permission Slip
Parental Permission Slip A Parental Permission Slip permits your child to attend a school field trip or participate in a planned activity. It releases the organization or school from liability resulting from any accidents or injury. It also contains all relevant emergency contact information.
Michigan Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
Michigan Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) Michigan Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
South Dakota No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
South Dakota No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
South Carolina Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
South Carolina Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) South Carolina Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
Postnuptial Agreement
Postnuptial Agreement This is a template used to create and fill-out a Postnuptial Agreement Form.
Girlfriend Application
Girlfriend Application The Official Girlfriend Application form must be filled out in its entirety in order to be considered for the position that you are applying to.
Wisconsin Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
Wisconsin Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
Missouri Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
Missouri Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
Affidavit of Identity
Affidavit of Identity An Affidavit of Identity Form is a document proving your identity.
Vermont No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
Vermont No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) Vermont No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
Louisiana No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
Louisiana No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) Louisiana No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
Oregon Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
Oregon Petition for Change of Name (Minor) A Petition for Change of Name of Minor must be filed in the county court in which the minor child lives. Any lawful reason that the Petitioner(s) deems (deem) a benefit is typically adequate to satisfy most courts. The Petitioner may prefer a new name due to social or religious reasons.
Florida Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
Florida Petition for Change of Name (Minor) A Petition for Change of Name of Minor must be filed in the county court in which the minor child lives. Any lawful reason that the Petitioner(s) deems (deem) a benefit is typically adequate to satisfy most courts. The Petitioner may prefer a new name due to social or religious reasons.
Virginia Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
Virginia Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
Premarital Counseling Questionnaire
Premarital Counseling Questionnaire This is a template used to create and fill-out a Premarital Counseling Questionnaire Form which is a document between a borrower and a lender containing details of the loan for record and tracking of payment.)
Hotel Rules
Hotel Rules House rules are management policy or agreements between the guest and the hotel. Usually, these policies are mentioned on the guest registration card which is signed by the guest at the time of check-in.
New York Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
New York Petition for Change of Name (Minor) A Petition for Change of Name of Minor must be filed in the county court in which the minor child lives. Any lawful reason that the Petitioner(s) deems (deem) a benefit is typically adequate to satisfy most courts. The Petitioner may prefer a new name due to social or religious reasons.
West Virginia No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
West Virginia No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) West Virginia No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
North Dakota Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
North Dakota Petition for Change of Name (Minor) A Petition for Change of Name of Minor must be filed in the county court in which the minor child lives. Any lawful reason that the Petitioner(s) deems (deem) a benefit is typically adequate to satisfy most courts. The Petitioner may prefer a new name due to social or religious reasons.
New York Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
New York Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) New York Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
South Carolina Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
South Carolina Petition for Change of Name (Minor) A Petition for Change of Name of Minor must be filed in the county court in which the minor child lives. Any lawful reason that the Petitioner(s) deems (deem) a benefit is typically adequate to satisfy most courts. The Petitioner may prefer a new name due to social or religious reasons.
Washington Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
Washington Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) Washington Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
Oklahoma No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
Oklahoma No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) Oklahoma No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
Child Care Authorization
Child Care Authorization A Child Care Authorization is a document used to allow someone to temporarily care for or make decisions about your child.
Ohio Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
Ohio Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
Affidavit of Domicile Form
Affidavit of Domicile Form Affidavit of Domicile is a legal document used to state where a deceased person used to live and the duration of residency in the said location. This document must be signed and notarized.
Nebraska No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
Nebraska No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
CBP 6059B (2017)
CBP 6059B (2017) Form 6059B Customs Declaration in English and Fillable. This form can be now be filled out prior to or during your travel and be filled out by typing (instead of hand written) and then printed and taken with you as your official Customs Declaration.
Wyoming No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
Wyoming No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
Texas No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
Texas No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
North Carolina No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
North Carolina No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) North Carolina No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
Parenting Plan
Parenting Plan Parents Plan should include the daily living schedule, holidays and vacation time. Consider the physical, emotional and social needs of your child as you make your schedule.
Mississippi Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
Mississippi Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) Mississippi Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
South Dakota Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
South Dakota Petition for Change of Name (Minor) A Petition for Change of Name of Minor must be filed in the county court in which the minor child lives. Any lawful reason that the Petitioner(s) deems (deem) a benefit is typically adequate to satisfy most courts. The Petitioner may prefer a new name due to social or religious reasons.
South Dakota Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
South Dakota Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) South Dakota Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
Property Division Worksheet
Property Division Worksheet This Property Division Worksheet is for use by a couple getting a divorce. This worksheet sets forth a detailed accounting of all property owned by both husband and wife and the value of that property.
Gift Letter (2016)
Gift Letter (2016) If you're using gift money as part or all of your down payment, you'l need the donor to write a gift letter to your mortgage company that makes it clear that the money is a gift and not a loan. Gift funds are a valuable tool for first time home buyer
Wisconsin No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
Wisconsin No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
Mississippi Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
Mississippi Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
Washington Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
Washington Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
Affidavit of Mailing
Affidavit of Mailing Affidavit of Mailing is a sworn statement that the Defendant actually mailed the Answer to the Plaintiff on the date indicated at the correct address with the correct postage. Its purpose is to prove that the claim is true, and is typically used in conjunction with witness statements.
Vermont No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
Vermont No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
Last Will and Testament
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Pennsylvania No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
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Georgia Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
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SSA-1724-F4 (2016)
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Schengen Visa Application (2019)
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Pet Care
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Wyoming No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
Wyoming No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) Wyoming No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
Nebraska No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
Nebraska No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) Nebraska No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
Ohio Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
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Rhode Island No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
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Wisconsin Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
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Oklahoma No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
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Child Custody And Visitation Agreement
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Oregon Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
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Affidavit of Financial Support
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I-129f (2017)
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China Visa (2017)
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Mutual Petition for Divorce
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Texas Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
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North Dakota No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
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Parenting Plan
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Montana Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
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Tennessee No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
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Tennessee Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
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Prenuptial Agreement Amendment
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Alabama Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
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Wisconsin Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
Wisconsin Petition for Change of Name (Minor) A Petition for Change of Name of Minor must be filed in the county court in which the minor child lives. Any lawful reason that the Petitioner(s) deems (deem) a benefit is typically adequate to satisfy most courts. The Petitioner may prefer a new name due to social or religious reasons.
Montana Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
Montana Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children) This agreement is intended to help the parties formalize an allocation of their property and finances. Most courts will require a marital settlement agreement filed in conjunction with a petition for dissolution of marriage.
Tennessee Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
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Authorization for Foreign Travel with Minor
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Vermont Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
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Last Will and Testament for Single Persons with Children
Last Will and Testament for Single Persons with Children Last Will and Testaments for Single Persons with Children are used by unmarried individuals who have minor or adult children. These Wills set forth how your real and personal property should be allocated and who should act as guardian for your children if they are minors at the time of your death.
Pennsylvania No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
Pennsylvania No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
New York No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
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T778
T778 People claiming a child care expense deduction is recommended to use the T778 form designed. This deducts your income and saves you tax at your minimal tax rate. Child care expenses serve a deduction and not a tax credit.
Schengen Visa
Schengen Visa Schengen Visa Application Form is used to apply a visa in order to enter and travel in the Schengen Area.
Washington No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
Washington No-Fault Divorce (No Children) This is a no-fault divorce form for Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. Most courts will require that this form be completed and filed along with Marital Settlement Agreement.
Utah No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
Utah No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children) Utah No Fault Divorce Form (Minor Children) is required by courts to be completed and filed along with a Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children). Divorcees will need to specify grounds for divorce that recognizes the following grounds as sufficient for granting a no-fault divorce
Nebraska Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
Nebraska Petition for Change of Name (Minor) A Petition for Change of Name of Minor must be filed in the county court in which the minor child lives. Any lawful reason that the Petitioner(s) deems (deem) a benefit is typically adequate to satisfy most courts. The Petitioner may prefer a new name due to social or religious reasons.
Oklahoma Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
Oklahoma Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) Oklahoma Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
Rhode Island Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
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West Virginia Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
West Virginia Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) West Virginia Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
Oklahoma Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
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Cohabitation Agreement
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Rhode Island Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
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Affidavit of Heirship
Affidavit of Heirship It is needed to transfer a deceased person's interest in real or personal property to his or her heirs when the decedent dies without leaving a last will and testament or without disposing of all of his or her property in a will.
Idaho Living Will
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China Visa Application
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Postnuptial Agreement Amendment
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Texas Revocable on Death Deed
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Nevada No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
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Mississippi Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
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North Carolina Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
North Carolina Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) North Carolina Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
South Carolina Living Will - Declaration of a Desire for a Natural Death
South Carolina Living Will - Declaration of a Desire for a Natural Death South Carolina Living Will is a legal document that outlines the patient's preference with regards to what life-saving measures medical staff and first-responders will perform. It states the end-of-life pain management and comfort measures to be administered during the closing phase of a life.
Texas Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
Texas Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) Texas Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
Tennessee Statutory Living Will
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Arkansas Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
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West Virginia Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
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North Dakota Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
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Adoption Form
Adoption Form When planning to adopt a child, an institution considers various steps and processes; one is the completion of an Adoption Form. Adoptive parents must follow procedures established by the State to obtain identifying confidential information from the adoption records.
Montana No-Fault Divorce (No Children)
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Authorization for Minor's Medical Treatment
Authorization for Minor's Medical Treatment Authorization for Minor's Medical Treatment is a legal document providing others temporary rights to seek and provide healthcare and healthcare decisions aside from parents or legal guardians.
Virginia No-Fault Divorce (Minor Children)
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Last Will and Testament (Married Person)
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Pennsylvania Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
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Affidavit of Support I-864
Affidavit of Support I-864 Form I-864 is used when a sponsor's relative has been scheduled for an immigrant visa interview with a consular officer overseas or when your relative is about to submit an application for adjustment to permanent resident status with the USCIS or with an
Oregon Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
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Tennessee Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
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BSA Youth Application Form
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Washington Petition for Change of Name (Minor)
Washington Petition for Change of Name (Minor) A Petition for Change of Name of Minor must be filed in the county court in which the minor child lives. Any lawful reason that the Petitioner(s) deems (deem) a benefit is typically adequate to satisfy most courts. The Petitioner may prefer a new name due to social or religious reasons.
Pennsylvania Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
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New Hampshire Living Will
New Hampshire Living Will New Hampshire Living Will is a legal document that outlines the patient's preference with regards to what life-saving measures medical staff and first-responders will perform. It states the end-of-life pain management and comfort measures to be administered during the closing phase of a life.
Utah Living Will
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Wyoming Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children)
Wyoming Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) Wyoming Marital Settlement Agreement (Minor Children) divides the property and liabilities owned by a couple and outlines alimony, child support, and custody arrangements. The judge should approve the agreement before issuing the divorce decree.
Oregon Living Will
Oregon Living Will Oregon Living Will is a legal document that outlines the patient's preference with regards to what life-saving measures medical staff and first-responders will perform. It states the end-of-life pain management and comfort measures to be administered during the closing phase of a life.
Family Loan Agreement Template
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South Dakota Marital Settlement Agreement (No Children)
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Affidavit of Heirship
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Family forms are documents used to report information about a friend or a family member. They can be any family-related documents used for family-related purposes.

Family members or friends are often asked to complete family forms to determine the profile of a family member. They may also need to provide the following:

  • Relationship or marital status
  • Occupation
  • Financial status
  • Housing information
  • Health history
  • Citizenship or immigration status
  • Criminal background

The above details are often required to determine a family member’s eligibility for benefits, including scholarships and government assistance programs, and other applications. Family members must provide information truthfully to avoid conflicts.

Family forms are also used to transfer, relieve, or acquire affairs and assets upon death or marriage, such as a Last Will and Testament, Prenuptial Agreement, and other probate forms.

Other family forms are used to vouch for a family member for loan or travel purposes, such as a Gift Affidavit and Child Travel Consent Form.

Here are some family forms you may use

Affidavit of Name Change

Use an Affidavit of Name Change as a sworn statement to verify or testify your identity after you changed your legal name but have not made it official in your existing legal or non-legal documents or records. If you want to change your name for adoption or other purposes, you may use a Change Name Application form. If you are a woman who wishes to take your husband's family name after marriage, you may use an Affidavit of Name Change After Marriage.

Adoption Form

Use an Adoption Information Worksheet or commonly known as an Adoption Form, to complete your adoption process. An Adoption Form is a document you may use to provide information about the child you want to adopt legally.

Birth Declaration Template

A Birth Declaration Template is used to create your baby's official birth certificate. Use it to specify your child's legal name, date and time of birth, weight, length, and other birth information. If you want to request your or your child's birth certificate, you may use a Request for Birth Certificate template. If you need to vouch for someone who needs to prove his or her citizenship or birth for a job or birth certificate application, use an Affidavit of Birth. You may also use an Affidavit of Identity for verification purposes.

Divorce Petition With Children

If you want to petition a divorce, but you have children with your spouse, you may use a Divorce Petition With Children to maintain joint parental responsibility after separation, including time-sharing and custody rights. If you have no children, you may use a Divorce Petition. Other divorce-related forms are Divorce Agreement and Mutual Petition for Divorce. You may use them if there is a mutual agreement between you and your spouse to file a divorce.

Affidavit of Heirship

Without a will, you may declare yourself as an heir of a deceased person's real property using an Affidavit of Heirship. You need to prove your relationship with the decedent and list down any surviving heirs. You may also use an Affidavit of Domicile as an heir, survivor, administrator, or executor of the estate of the decedent to prove the decedent's residency. An Affidavit of Domicile will be used by a court to distribute the decedent's properties among his or her surviving heirs.

Affidavit of Financial Support

If a court or business has requested confirmation about your financial status for employment, application, and other purposes, you may issue an Affidavit of Financial Support. An Affidavit of Financial Support is a legal document that provides proof to the court or business requesting such information that you are able and willing to provide family support, as well as financial backup. It also carries certain rights and duties related to family formation and family responsibility.

Pour Over Will

Use a Pour Over Will to assign your properties to an established trust or a person you trust. It is a legal document that helps you automatically transfer your property to other family members or institutions after death.

Authorization for Foreign Travel with Minor

If you are a parent who wants to show parental awareness that your child will be traveling alone outside the United States, you may use an Authorization for Foreign Travel with Minor. It is a form usually required by most airlines for minors or children under age 15 who are traveling without their parents or legal guardians.

Gift Letter

Use a Gift Letter if you have given money to a friend or relative to help him or her make a downpayment for a house purchase or loan. A Gift Letter is a form you use to prove that the money you gave was a gift or donation, not a loan.

Prenuptial Agreement

A Prenuptial Agreement is a legally binding document used by a couple contemplating marriage to each other. By filing a Prenuptial Agreement, a couple agrees to certain terms and conditions regarding family properties, finances, debts, or assets. They agree that certain affairs and assets will be the responsibility of one of them, while the others will be jointly owned or shared by both when they get married. It helps avoid family strife when family assets are divided upon separation. Family assets include any assets brought into a marriage by either spouse. Another related form is a Postnuptial Agreement. It is used by a married couple who wants to clear out or establish legal and financial arrangements in the event of a divorce or separation. If the married couple wants to amend their previously filed Postnuptial Agreement, they may use a Postnuptial Agreement Amendment.

Cohabitation Agreement

A Cohabitation Agreement is a contract signed by a couple who intends to live together without getting married. The agreement defines the rights and obligations of both parties regarding finances and properties. It has a similar effect to a Prenuptial Agreement in family law with respect to family assets and family inheritance.