Legal Documents

Now you can create your own legal documents right from home.
Business Formation

If you are promoting business formations services, this offer will provide you with sales credit for LLC’s, Incorporation, DBAs, Nonprofit Corporation, Limited Partnership, Limited Liability Partnership and 501(c)(3).
Copyright

Copyrights protect original works of authorship, including books, songs, photographs, and other creative works. Your copyright allows you to control how your work is reproduced, distributed and presented publicly.
Doing Business As (DBA)

DBA is an abbreviation for “doing business as.” If you operate a sole proprietorship under a name that differs from your personal name (or if a corporation or LLC uses a name that’s different than what’s filed with the state), you’ll need a DBA.

In some places, DBAs are called “fictitious business names”, “assumed business names” or “trade names.”

Estate Planning Documents

Plan ahead for your loved ones with a last will, living trust or living will.

Incorporation (INC)

Today, corporations have become the gold standard for starting a business. The corporate business structure can help reduce your taxes and help protect you against the threat of personal liability. Other advantages of a corporation include:

* Self-employment tax savings, which can amount to thousands of dollars annually
* The ability to offer a wide range of benefits such as medical reimbursement plans, 401k and other retirement plans
* Better access to capital from investors and from banks
* Shareholders are not typically liable for corporate debts

Intellectual Property
Last Will

The last will is a document that you create to direct the management and distribution of your property and provide for the care of your minor children after your death.
Legal Forms

Get the everyday legal forms you need at affordable prices. Top attorneys create, review and update our forms constantly and provide simple instructions for use.
Limited Liability Company (LLC)

An LLC is a business entity created under state law that can shield you from personal liability. LLCs are becoming the most popular way to start a business due to their ease and flexibility.
Living Trust

The popularity of the living trust has soared in recent years as more people discover its significant estate planning benefits. Like a last will, a living trust allows you to transfer property to beneficiaries—but with one key difference. A living trust is not usually subject to probate which can be expensive and tie up your estate for months.
Living Will

A living will let you specify decisions about artificial life support in advance. It not only ensures your wishes will be heard but also protects your loved ones from having to make these difficult, deeply personal choices for you.
Name Change

Legally changing your name doesn’t have to be complicated. We can help you easily obtain a court-ordered name change. Once granted, you can change your name on all financial and government records. A legal name change also ensures your identity and history are linked to your new name.
Nonprofit Corporation

Forming a nonprofit is a great way to support a worthwhile cause. As a nonprofit, you are eligible to receive private and public grants and apply for tax-exempt status from the IRS. Plus, if the IRS grants tax-exempt status, you’ll be able to solicit tax-deductible donations, which are critical to your fundraising efforts. Nonprofit recognition also reassures potential donors that you are a legitimate organization.
Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney lets you appoint someone you trust to manage important financial and legal matters on your behalf. You can choose to have it take effect immediately or only go into effect in the event of illness or incapacitation.

Common uses for a Power of Attorney include authorizing someone to handle a complex legal transaction, or manage your financial affairs while you’re on vacation.

Provisional Application for Patent

Filing a Provisional Application for Patent is the fastest, easiest way to start protecting your invention. As soon as your application is received by the USPTO, you’ll receive a priority filing date and enjoy the right to label your invention “patent pending”.

Best of all, when you apply for a corresponding Non-Provisional Utility Patent, you can claim your original provisional filing date.

Real Estate Deed Transfer

A new real estate deed is required any time you want to add or remove a person’s name from your property title, gift your property to a loved one, or place your property in a living trust.

Creating and filing a real estate deed can be time-consuming and expensive.

Real Estate Lease

Successful property management begins with a reliable real estate lease. A well-crafted lease agreement specifies the terms of your rental arrangement, reduces your liability risk, and helps protect your investment.