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Florida General Warranty Deed Form

A Florida general warranty deed is a deed that transfers property from one person to another. The person selling or transferring the property is called the “grantor,” and the person buying the property is called the “grantee.” A warranty deed conveys a sort of guarantee from the grantor that he or she has clean title…

Florida Quit Claim Deed Form

A Florida quit claim deed is used to transfer ownership of real estate with no guarantee or warranties. This would mean to the buyer (‘Grantee’) that the person selling the property (‘Grantor’) is not guaranteeing that they own the property. Rather, they are only transferring whatever interest they have in the real estate (if any)….

Florida Living Trust Forms – Irrevocable & Revocable

A Florida living trust allows a person (the Grantor) to legally define the recipient(s) of their assets after they die. While operating similarly to a Will, a Living Trust differs in that the assets placed within the trust are not subject to probate (court processing of a deceased person’s real estate and property). The Beneficiaries will…

Florida 24-Hour Landlord Notice to Enter

A Florida landlord’s notice to enter lets a tenant of an occupied dwelling know that the landlord intends to access the premises for certain approved purposes. Florida landlords are required to give at least twenty-four (24) hours’ notice before entering for some purposes. The landlord has a right to enter from time to time for other purposes,…

Florida Non-Compete Agreement Template

A Florida non-compete agreement restricts a person from working in a similar business for a specified period of time and geographical area. An employer or a buyer of a business is able to legally enforce a non-compete in accordance with State law. To be enforceable, a non-compete must have a legitimate business interest as the…

Florida Notary Acknowledgment Form

A Florida notary acknowledgment form is a sworn statement, commonly attached to a legal document, that confirms the authenticity of the person signing. A notary public’s duty is not to attest to the legitimacy of the document itself, but to verify the identities of all signing parties and ensure they have signed the document under…

Florida Voter Registration Form – Register to Vote in FL

A Florida voter registration form must be submitted by all Florida residents who wish to vote in any upcoming election. Those in search of alternative registration methods can complete the online voter registration process through the “RegisterToVoteFlorida” website. Only Florida residents eighteen (18) years of age or older may register to vote in the State…

Florida Revocable Living Trust Form

The Florida revocable living trust is a legal form created by a person (a Grantor) into which assets are placed with instructions on who will benefit from them. The Grantor appoints a Trustee to manage the Trust in the event they become mentally incapacitated. The Grantor may appoint themselves Trustee, which is an advantage over the irrevocable…

Florida Self-Proving Affidavit Form

A Florida self-proving affidavit is a statement that verifies the authenticity of an individual’s last will and testament. The affidavit affirms that the testator (the individual who created the will) executed the will voluntarily and that they did so in the presence of two (2) witnesses. Both the testator and attesting witnesses must appear before a…

Florida Name Change Forms – How to Change Your Name in FL

Use an attorney at ContractsCounsel to change your name! A Florida name change form is a document used to legally request a name change for a person residing in the State. These forms may be used by an adult who wishes to change their own name or by an adult attempting to change the name of…