UBOT Form

Unincorporated Business Organization Trust Form

This is the name of the trust, it can be anything you would like such as "Smith Holdings", "Smith Asset Management", "Smith Properties" etc...

This is the address the trust was established at. In many cases it will be the same as the first or second trustees address. Abbreviations Acceptable. (Fact: A trust is a Person, a synthetic being with the power to contract.)

This in many cases will be the SPC Name ( i.e., Micheal- ). If you are not an SPC do not worry about how it is written, and feel free to enter the name how it is commonly used.

If this is an SPC name it would be enter like this Samual: <--notice the :

If you are using your SPC Address make sure not to abbreviate any of the criteria.

Do not Abbreviate the state. The Address has been left open as to allow the use of other countries/provinces if necessary.

Your Second trustee should be someone you trust deeply. As they will have access to help manage the Trust.

Do not Abbreviate the state. The Address has been left open as to allow the use of other countries/provinces if necessary.

Do not Abbreviate the state. The Address has been left open as to allow the use of other countries/provinces if necessary.

Do not Abbreviate the state. The Address has been left open as to allow the use of other countries/provinces if necessary.

This is the person or people you will be acting in behalf of.

Only 1 beneficiary is required, but you can list as many as you would like.

Ideal beneficiaries are usually your children as everything will eventually go to them anyway.

(Fact: Trusts are great for estate planning to avoid probate court where the court will pillage your property to fill their coffers)

(Fact: Trusts also make a GREAT business model!)

Please upload a list of property if any you would like to put into trust. If you are putting houses we will need the property description, vehicles the VIN, Make and Model. You can also e-mail us a list of the property if you would prefer at lizard@sovereignfilings.com. Maximum upload size 10MB. Accepted file types: jpg, jpeg, png, gif, pdf, doc, docx, txt, rtf.

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By pushing the “Submit Form Now” button above I agree that I am either the Party listed heron the form or have the power of attorney to be able to lawfully contract on their behalf. Further I agree to the following:
  1. Sovereign Filing Solutions as the attorney in fact shall have the limited power to sign the principal’s name to certain documents as if the principal himself were signing on said documents. The documents, upon which the attorney in fact shall have authority to sign the principal’s name, are limited in scope to the following: Documents used to draw up the Unincorporated Business Organization Trust.
  2. This special power of attorney shall become effective immediately and shall remain in effect until the documents are prepared or until revoked or terminated as specified in paragraph 3 or extended as specified in paragraph 4.
  3.  This power of attorney may be revoked, suspended or terminated in writing by principal with written notice to the designated attorney in fact.
  4. This power of attorney may be extended as necessary by written authorization of principal with written notice to the designated attorney in fact.The designated and acting attorney in fact and all persons dealing with the attorney in fact shall be entitled to rely upon this power of attorney so long as neither the attorney in fact nor any person with whom he was dealing at the time of any act taken pursuant to this power of attorney, had received actual knowledge or actual notice of any revocation, suspension, or termination of the power of attorney by death or otherwise. Any action so taken, unless otherwise invalid or unenforceable, shall be binding on the heirs, devisees, legatees or personal representatives of the principal.
  5. The estate of the principal shall hold harmless and indemnify the attorney in fact from all liability for acts done in good faith and not in fraud of the principal.
  6. The laws of The State of Michigan shall govern this power of attorney.
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