Notary for Estate Planning, Will, Trust, POA

Colorado LawNotary for Estate Planning, Will, Trust, POA

Our Colorado Springs mobile notary service can notarize your estate planning and probate court documents.  We can drive to your home, office, business, law firm, hospital, nursing home, coffee shop or other location.

We can provide mobile notary service for estate planning attorneys and law firms or for customers using self-help legal forms from US Legal Forms, LegalZoom, LegalShield, Bradford Publishing or court documents.  We do not provide legal advice.

Last Will and Testament

last will and testament (with notary certificate)
self-proved wills with witnesses
self-proving affidavit
renunciation of personal representative

Trusts

trust, living trust
certificate of trust
statutory trust
asset protection trust (APT)
land trust
personal property trust
NFA gun trust, firearms trust
revocable trust, irrevocable trust
Irrevocable Life Insurance Trust (ILIT)
Declaration of Income Trust, for Colorado Medicaid,
from Colorado Department of Health Care Policy & Financing (HCPF)

Affidavits

affidavit of heirship
affidavit for collection of personal property
physician’s letter, statement or affidavit regarding mental capacity

Conservatorship, Guardianship

conservatorship, conservator petition and forms,
guardianship, guardian petition and forms
pet protection agreement

Living Will

living will, advance directive
CPR directive, medical/health care documents

Last Wishes, Final Disposition

funeral and cemetery documents
disposition of last remains

Digital Estate Planning

Colorado Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets (UFADA), HB15-1189, new Colorado law 2016, CRS 15-1-1501
online accounts, passwords, PIN, security code
digital asset protection trust

Power of Attorney (POA)

Colorado statutory power of attorney, POA
limited POA, special POA, durable POA
medical POA, health care POA
financial POA
pet care POA

revocation of POA
HIPAA release

Mental Impairment Issues

Incapacitated person–  An adult person who lacks sufficient understanding or capacity to make or communicate responsible decisions concerning that person’s physical health, safety, or self-care, even with appropriate and reasonably available technological assistance.

Alzheimer’s Association Checklist of 10 Warning Signs
Seven Stages of Alzheimer’s

Contact us for your Colorado Springs mobile notary needs for estate planning documents.

Visit our website for Colorado Springs Mobile Notary services or Colorado Notary Training classes.

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  1. Andrea November 24, 2015

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