Can an Ohio notary notarize for a family member?
You can notarize for a family member, but it is not a good practice to do so. If the notarized document goes to court, the opposing lawyer will use the notarization to call the document into question and possibly invalidate the document.
Documents must be affirmed by a notary public licensed in the state in which the document is presented. Family members can be a witness notary action, but the person wishing to have a document notarized must be present and properly identified or a person holding a court ordered POA for said person must be the presenter.
In Ohio, the maximum charge allowed for a single page, 1 signature notarization is $1.50. Some states, such as Florida and Michigan, allow notary publics to charge $10. Alaska is the only state without a maximum amount stated. Ohio is one of the lowest states, Kentucky's maximum is $.50... Hope this helps! -DC
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