NobleForms, LLC has launched ‘Oregon Estate Planning’ as a complete estate planning program for Oregon attorneys. The forms work for both simple and complex estates and include: Client Information Form, Will, Revocable Living Trust, Trust Certification, Power of Attorney, Advance Directive to Physicians, HIPAA Release, Spreadsheet Documenting Assets, Transfer Documents including Deeds, Assignments, and Letters of Instruction to Financial Institutions - and more. Supplemental estate planning forms will be added to the product in the coming months.
Jonathan Hoy, Vice President of HotDocs Market, commented: “We are excited to welcome NobleForms, LLC as the latest publisher of automated legal content on HotDocs Market. HotDocs Market continues to expand rapidly, adding new subscribers who are able to save themselves time and money through the efficiency of document assembly technology. To date, thousands of legal professionals throughout the country have improved their practices through the use of automated legal forms from HotDocs Market and we are confident that attorneys and paralegals in Oregon will experience these same benefits from the ‘Oregon Estate Planning’ forms.”
Richard Noble, owner of NobleForms, LLC, and practicing Oregon estate planning attorney, commented: “We are thrilled to offer ‘Oregon Estate Planning’ on HotDocs Market. As a fully automated estate planning document assembly system, we are confident this resource will add real value for Oregon attorneys, especially younger attorneys, and help them in their practices.”
For more information about NobleForms, LLC and ‘Oregon Estate Planning’, including answers to frequently asked questions, please visit NobleForms, LLC’s webpage at www.NobleForms.com and www.hotdocsmarket.com/Marketplace > NobleForms, LLC.
Subscriptions to Oregon Estate Planning are available at www.hotdocsmarket.com/Marketplace.
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