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Contracts

General Power of Attorney
This General Power of Attorney gives broad power to a person you select to sign documents, execute contracts, sell property, and hold sums of money on your behalf. You are not selecting an “attorney,” but any person. For example, a person with dementia may select a power of attorney to handle her business affairs. This power of attorney is broad, and should be edited an limited to the specific powers you want to give up.
Download General Power of Attorney

Promissory Note
Use a Promissory Note as a “You-owe-me” when a Borrower is paying you back for real or personal property, or has borrowed a lump sum of money, and is paying you back over time. It’s a “mini-mortgage.” For example, if a Seller is approached by his friend to buy his house, the Seller can execute a Promissory Note, and that way the Borrower can make payments directly to him, instead of a bank.
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