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101 Law Forms for Personal Use

Reliable legal forms for common personal and family transactionsAt one time or another, we all need to get an agreement in writing. But where to start? 101 Law Forms for Personal Use makes it easy to create legal agreements and organize essential information....


 
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8 Ways to Avoid Probate

Save your family money and hassleBy taking some simple steps now, you can spare your family a lot of time and money. How much? Probate court proceedings after a death can drag on for a year and cost tens of thousands of dollars—money that would otherwise...


 
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Accident Claim Worksheet

If you’re injured in an accident, it can be hard to keep track of all the details. What day was it that you called the insurance company, and who did you talk to? Where’s the phone number of the bystander who saw the car that plowed into yours? When...


 
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Adjustment of Status Checklist for an Asylee or Refugee

Apply for your green card and immigrate legally as a refugee or asyleeIf you entered the U.S. either as a refugee or after being approved for asylum, you can secure your immigration status even further by applying for permanent residence, otherwise known...


 
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Adjustment of Status Checklist for Employment-Based Immigrant

Apply for your green card when a U.S. employer agrees to sponsor youYou've secured a job offer from a company in the U.S. that is willing to sponsor you for an employment-based green card -- what now? Help your employer shepherd your application through...


 
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Adjustment of Status for an Immigrant Parent of a U.S. Citizen

Apply for your green card when your child is a U.S. citizenAs the parent of a U.S. citizen, you qualify to apply for a green card as an "immediate relative" in the eyes of the USCIS. If you've entered the U.S. legally, you're eligible to start the application...


 
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Adjustment of Status for Immigrant Married to U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident

Apply for your green card when you're married to a permanent resident of the U.S.If you're married to someone who already has their green card, you're what immigration authorities call a "second preference relative" -- in other words, you're not immediately...


 
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Adjustment of Status for Immigrants Married to a U.S. Citizen

Apply for a green card when you've married a U.S. citizenCongratulations! You've just gotten married -- and you and your spouse want to start your life together in the U.S. That means you need to start the mountain of paperwork necessary to obtain a green...


 
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Affidavit for Collection of Personal Property (California)

If the personal property in a deceased person’s estate is worth less than $150,000, standard probate is not required. Instead, you can use this affidavit to quickly and easily transfer personal property to intended beneficiaries. Instructions explain:which...


 
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Affidavit of Domicile

Transfer stock or securities ownership following a deathIf you're the executor of an estate, you may need to transfer ownership of stock or other securities. When you contact the broker who handled these stocks, it's likely that they'll require information...