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Can a notary notarize spouse's documents in Georgia?

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2009-06-07 02:28:08

It's never a good idea to notarize for your spouse or family member, but it generally is not illegal.

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That is what a notary does. The notarize signatures for wills and other legal documents.


A notary should not notarize for Family members or spouses or any document from which they would derive a benefit.


A notary does not notarize a document. A notary notarizes a signature. The notary is not prohibited from notarizing a family member's signature.


Notaries don't notarize documents. They notarize signatures. So long as the signature occurs in the presence of the notary in the state by which the notary is licensed, they may notarize the signature.


can a ny notary notarize my dmv title form in ct


Yes, they can notarize documents they prepare for their clients.


A notary can notarize a family members documents. The notary has to be aware that they will be held accountable for their actions.


Notaries do not notarize documents. They notarize signatures. The cost depends on the particular notary.


Notaries cannot notarize documents in which they have a stake. If the notary is one of the parties listed on a legal document or incurs a gain as a result of execution of the document, the notary cannot notarize it.


Only a Notary can notarize a document. Many bank employees are and will notarize for free.


Only an active notary is qualified to notarize signatures. However, assuming that you are a notary, you cannot notarize documents in which you have an interest.


Notaries are discouraged from notarizing documents for family and spouses. In court, it can be highlighted as a conflict of interest and can be used to discredit the document.


That's the purpose of being a notary. They notarize documents verifying that the individual actually signed it in front of them. And they validate that they are who they said they are. Yes a notary will notarize a Power of Attorney.


This is not a complete question...it can not be answered. one does not "notary a document" they Notarize documents.


The authority to notarize is granted by the state. If the documents are signed in West Virginia, the notary can notarize them.


No a New Jersey notary public can only notarize documents in New Jersey. If you are in Pennsylvania you must use a notary from there.


The function of a notary it to notarize (witness the signature on the document is indeed that of the person signing the document) documents.


That is the purpose of having a notary in the bank. They can notarize documents that require it for the company. They can also notarize documents for customers when required.


Many states prohibit notary publics from notarizing the signature of intermediate family members. The safest practice is to have a non-related notary public notarize family members' documents.


If signing in Ohio and the document signer is from Ohio with the proper ID and the documents acknowledge the Ohio location and signer, the notary really doesn't care where the documents go afterward. An Ohio notary can only notarize in Ohio.


You can WITNESS your brothers documents but you cannot Notarize them unless you are a state certified Notary Public. Even then most (all?) states prohibit a Notary from witnessing a family members documents.


The person who may notarize documents is known as a notary public.


Notaries do not notarize documents. They notarize signatures, and they are only permitted in the state by which they are licensed. It does not matter what the document is. If the document is signed in Pennsylvania in the presence of a Pennsylvania notary, that notary can notarize the signature. If the document is signed in any other state, or outside of the presence of the notary, the notary cannot notarize the signature.


If that accountant is also a notary public, then yes.


A notary who is licensed by the state of Connecticut can only notarize documents within the boundaries of that state. The document can be used anywhere.



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