Important legal documents are a must for any person who wants to safeguard their future.

Estate Planning: Wills and Trusts

One of the most important legal documents is a will, which states what happens to your assets after you die. A trust is another legal document that can help you avoid probate and keep your assets safe from taxes. 

Other Legal Documents and Agreements

Legal documents are a necessary step in order to avoid future conflict. These documents can be created and signed electronically, which is convenient for both parties. They can also be used as a template for other legal agreements that need to be made.

It is important to have a parenting agreement in place before the child or children are born. It will help with decisions on what to do in case of a divorce and how to share custody.

A roommate agreement is necessary for roommates that live together. It helps with disagreements, who pays for what, and where each person can go.

Another type of document that many people find useful when lending or borrowing money is a loan  agreement, which outlines the repayment terms.

Who Can File Legal Paperwork?

Paralegals are trained in law and can help with research, drafting documents, and preparing evidence. Paralegals are responsible for the non-legal aspects of legal practice, such as drafting contracts, writing briefs, filling out legal paperwork and filing forms with the appropriate authority.

Many people are unaware of the fact that a document does not become legally binding until it is signed, witnessed by a Notary Public and filed with the proper authorities, such as a county clerk’s office or court of law. C4 Legal Assistance can help you with your important legal documents and walk you through everything that is required.