The ease with which you can make changes to your living trust depends on what kind of trust you created. If you made an irrevocable trust, you'll have an uphill battle. You generally cannot amend an irrevocable trust except under rare circumstances and with the express permission of the court. If your trust is revocable, however, you can make changes any time you like.

The closing or settlement process marks the end of a real estate sale or loan transaction. The closing brings together all parties to the transaction whereby legal transfer of property takes place.

A Certificate of Authorship, is a key document in the chain of title of a motion picture. This is a notarized statement by the writer identifying the author of the script. In the case of a work made for hire, the script's author is considered to be the production company. A certificate should be executed by all of the script's authors.

Known either as an affidavit of forgery or a forgery affidavit, these legal documents are completed by a person who has been the victim of identity fraud. Financial institutions and law enforcement authorities may both require these affidavits after a crime has been committed.

A power of attorney that enables a trusted person to handle your affairs if you become mentally incapable requires a durable power of attorney. ... The word “durable" attached to any of them means that the assigned power of attorney continues to be effective even if you become mentally incompetent.

Bring to the notary your original document, a photo copy of it and a valid ID, such as your driver license or passport. Then follow one of the options stated below: Option 1: The notary should certify copy of a document by writing 'TRUE COPY' and putting his/her signature, seal and stamp preferably on the copy itself.

California's Unclaimed Property Law requires banks, insurance companies, corporations, and certain other entities to report and submit their customers' property to the State Controller's Office when there has been no activity for a period of time (generally three years).

living trust (sometimes called an "inter vivos" or "revocable" trust) is a written legal document through which your assets are placed into a trust for your benefit during your lifetime and then transferred to designated beneficiaries at your death by your chosen representative, called a "successor trustee."

Power of Attorney for Health Care. This type of document authorizes your agent to make decisions about your medical treatment, but only if you are unable to make or communicate such decisions. By its very nature, a power of attorney for health care is both a springing and a durable power of attorney.