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Legit online Source for free legal forms?


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02-07-18, 11:53 AM   #1 (permalink)  
Legit online Source for free legal forms?

Can someone please recommend a 'reputable' online site for free fill-in-the-blank POA and advanced health care directive paperwork? My Google-fu isn't so bad that I can't find them on my own, I'd just prefer site recommended by yous guys.

 
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02-07-18, 01:02 PM   #2 (permalink)  
Advanced healthcare forms are somewhat standardized, but you really don't want to rely on generic online Power of Attorney forms: each state has different rules and requirements, and each person had different needs.

Same way you wouldn't rely on a generic "car engine tune up kit" with 10W40 oil,
a generic air filter and one-size-fits-all sparkplugs...

That being said, the Missouri Bar Assn does have standard forms,
which are feely available as a public service.

http://missourilawyershelp.org/legal...ey-for-health/

You might want to check with the local City or County Bar Association, they may have pro-bono guidelines as well.

Disclaimer - I'm an attorney, but I'm not YOUR attorney...


Last edited by Hal_S; 02-07-18 at 02:35 PM.
 
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