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1 Caregiver Consent for Medical Treatment

This document authorizes a temporary caregiver to make emergency medical decisions for your child in your absence, authorizes medical professionals to provide emergency medical care for your child until you can be reached, provides vital medical information about your child to healthcare providers, and lists contact information for you and your child's normal healthcare providers.

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2 Prenuptial Agreement

A prenuptial agreement is a legally binding document, entered into by two people who have the intention of entering into a legal marriage or civil union. Prenuptial agreements may cover a broad range of issues. Most often included are terms to deal with issues arising in divorce. For example division of assets, and spousal support.

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3 Non-marital Cohabitation Agreement

In the last few decades, more and more couples have chosen to live together rather than get married for a variety of reasons. In these types of relationships, each partner may have different ideas about how money is managed or debt is paid. If the couple splits and there is no agreement stating who will own what assets or who will pay what debts, a court may infer an enforceable agreement actually exists! The good news is that most states that will infer an unwritten enforceable cohabitation agreement (palimony, property splitting, etc.) will also abide by a written nonmarital cohabitation agreement signed by the parties. This document is designed for the use of couples who are not married, but share the same home. Its purpose is to let each person maintain separate property, define how jointly purchased property will be distributed in case of separation, and outline how household expenses are divided.

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4 Trip Permission Slip

A trip permission slip is a letter that a parent will sign and deliver to an organization such as a school or church authorizing the employees of such an organization to take responsibility for their child. A key feature of the trip permission slip is the authorization granted by the parent to the organization in charge of the trip allowing the organization's employees to consent to medical treatment for the child. Use this form to grant your consent to an organization or school that will be organizing a trip for your child.

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5 School Absence Request

A school absence request is a letter from a parent, written to a school administrator notifying the administrator of a child's upcoming absence. Sending such a letter helps parents plan ahead for vacations or other family events that require their children's attendance by clearing the absence ahead of time. Use this form to notify your children's school of their upcoming absence.

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6 Codicil to Will (To Add Child/ren)

When you have a new child, it is important to update your will to include your new child, so that he or she is included, and to avoid unnecessary probate expenses. In order to update your will, you don't need to rewrite the entire thing. All you need to do is create a codicil (modification to the will) and specify what part of the will you would like changed so that your new child is included. Reference the location and the specific language you will be affecting. Be as clear and precise as possible to avoid undue complications. This form is not a substitute for legal advice. When making a codicil, it is highly recommended to seek the advice of a qualified estate planning attorney to avoid complications and assure that your codicil states your modified wishes.

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7 Codicil to Will (To Add Spouse)

When you get married, it is important to update your will to include your new spouse, so that your new spouse is included, and to avoid unnecessary probate expenses. In order to update your will, you don't need to rewrite the entire thing. All you need to do is create a codicil (modification to the will) and specify what part of the will you would like changed so that your new spouse is included. Reference the location and the specific language you will be affecting. Be as clear and precise as possible to avoid undue complications. This form is not a substitute for legal advice. When making a codicil, it is highly recommended to seek the advice of a qualified estate planning attorney to avoid complications and assure that your codicil states your modified wishes.

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8 Life Insurance Beneficiary Change Request - To Add New Spouse

When you marry, you may wish to change the beneficiary of your life insurance policy to include your new spouse. Requests to change beneficiaries must be submitted in writing to your insurance carrier. If you would like to add your spouse as a beneficiary to your policy, use this Life Insurance Beneficiary Change Request to create a customized letter for your carrier with your specific policy and beneficiary information.

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