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This is a Last Will and Testament form that can be used by single, divorced or widowed individuals in the State of Wisconsin. It gives the estate to the decedent’s children in equal shares and then passes to their grandchildren. The language is easily adaptable to inserting heirs that are not children of the decedent.
A person seeking to exhume a body must usually petition to have the body exhumed. Because of the general disinclination to disturb remains, a valid reason is required before exhumation will be allowed.
Exhumation means the removal from the ground of a body or cremated remains. It also covers the disturbance of remains within a grave, particularly when a grave is reopened for burial.
The information requested below is essential in preparing your will or trust. This questionnaire provides for the preparation of your Will. Each individual should complete a questionnaire even if a husband and wife are both making Wills. This information will assist in counseling others regarding their estate plan.
This form is an Affidavit required to be filled out by the surviving spouse in order to transfer martial real estate that was titled in both names as individuals, but lacked a designation. This form must accompany the actual Transfer Of Death Deed, marriage certificate and death certificate of the deceased spouse.
A simple will for someone who is married with children. If you have Children you and your spouse should both have an individual will. This will help protect your family and avoid unnecessary cost and fees
A Motion to Continue Criminal Trial due to Concern over the pandemic. In a case where jury pool is hard to come by, a motion to continue the jury trial until pandemic slows down and the jury pool grows.
Once a person passes away, the credit bureaus should be notified that the person is no longer living in order to place a notice on the account to prevent an possible identity theft from occurring. These are three separate letters to each of the credit bureaus. They are drafted for the State of Wisconsin, but can be easily adapted for any state. The person submitting the request must include proper documentation of being a spouse or heir.
For use for when authenticating business records or documents – such as local governments, vital records, medical, churches, business or organization archives etc.