Notary Not Included: A  guide to the 7 most requested legal forms

You will need legal documents… It’s just a matter of when Like Jerelli, chances are you’ve needed legal documents in the past. Affidavits of Loss, Special Power of Attorney, Deed of Sale — it’s the simple documents which you use and pay for over and over. And here’s the thing: you will need those documents again! It’s not a matter of if, but a matter of when. I’ve noticed that the average Filipino uses at least 3 legal documents in their lifetime. Yet here’s the kicker: despite how often these documents are expected to be used, nobody is teaching you how to make them. Society expects you to pay every time you need these documents made. The usual rate for lawyers to draft legal documents for you is Php 200 or more apiece (for simple documents). Afterwards, you'll have to pay another Php 50 or more for notarization. So that’s Php 250 a pop.

Notary Not Included
What if I could save you from paying the Php 200 drafting fee for simple legal documents for the rest of your life? What if you only had to pay for the notary fees because you have the documents you need every time? And the benefits don’t stop with you. What if I give you the tools so you could do this for your family and friends as well? How much would that be worth to them as well? Php 200 worth of savings for each of your family members and friends will add up substantially over time.

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In this book, I will be revealing the secrets of how we lawyers draft these documents. I will pull back the curtains and show you what goes on backstage so you could perform basic legal document drafting. It’s almost as good as having a retained lawyer at your beck and call – for free! In this edition of the ebook, we will cover drafting the following documents:

  • Affidavit of Loss
  • Special Power of Attorney
  • General Power of Attorney
  • Deed of Sale of Motor Vehicle

Part 1 will cover the nuts and bolts of legal drafting. Sounds boring? Far from it. This ain’t your usual legal text book. I promise by the end of part 1 that you will never look at legal documents in the same way again. Part 2 guides you through the document drafting process itself. If you’re in a hurry to create a legal document, feel free to skip to Part 2. However, I recommend coming back to Part 1 when you have the time because you will be able to apply what you learn here whenever you encounter legal documents.

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