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Why You Should Avoid Abbreviating 2020 on Legal Documents

As the new year rolls in, we all know the most common mistake of 2020 will be:

Handwritten 2020
However, that may not be the only mistake in 2020. Be warned, some mistakes could cause legal issues.

With the start of 2020 happening, it’s easy for an abbreviated date to be altered. All avenues are urging people to write out the full year of 2020 for any legal document, be it a real estate document, a will, and even a check. It would be easy for someone with bad intentions, or even a forgetful mind, to add a 19 or a 21 to that abbreviated date, making that document incorrect.

Taking a few added seconds could save you hours of frustration and work. Be sure to read a recent news story on why you shouldn't abbreviate 2020 on legal documents.

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