You NEVER just sign and stamp. Your signature and seal are there to say that you did what the notary certificate says you did. Without a notary certificate, what did you do? 485 more words
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When clients call my office to make an appointment for a personal planning document, it is normally to have a will drafted. While a will is an important document, I would argue that it is not as important as having a Power of Attorney in place. 386 more words
Earlier tonight, I completed the online class in Notary Public Education from the Notary Law Institute and passed their exam with a 100% score.
While this is certainly not the toughest class I have ever taken, it did provide loads of valuable information and insight into the legal aspects of being a notary public. 79 more words
As announced here several weeks ago, I have begun a long-term freelance writing assignment for the American Association of Notaries. As it is an open-ended assignment and they are letting me pick my own topics, I started with a basic series on being a notary, which gives me an opportunity to work on the opening chapter of Tim’s Tennessee Notary Book while getting paid for it. 321 more words
The general public must be informed that when a document needs to be notarized, it should be done by a Notary Public. A Notary Public is a lawyer and should not be any person acting for the lawyer, i.e. 316 more words
Here is a link to my 3rd published article on the American Association of Notaries site. This is part of the ongoing series on the duties of a Notary Public. 28 more words