The ‘I Love Them Factor’ and Other Risky Notary Situations

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Sometimes family members get away with having those in care allowing their signature to be notarized because of the “I Love Them” factor (signing and allowing a document to be drafted sight unseen and having their signature notarized because they ‘feel’ their relative has their best interest at heart). Continue reading

Dealing with Grief When Performing Notary Work

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“Upon arrival, I learned that the signer I was about to see had a medical emergency and therein could not sign a simple document that would have set his beneficiary information for insurance straight. It happens quite a bit. We notaries are met with situations that are beyond our control. I learned shortly before midnight that the signer passed away.” Continue reading

Dealing with Grief When Performing Notary Work

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“Upon arrival, I learned that the signer I was about to see had a medical emergency and therein could not sign a simple document that would have set his beneficiary information for insurance straight. It happens quite a bit. We notaries are met with situations that are beyond our control. I learned shortly before midnight that the signer passed away.” Continue reading

Dealing with Grief When Performing Notary Work

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“Upon arrival, I learned that the signer I was about to see had a medical emergency and therein could not sign a simple document that would have set his beneficiary information for insurance straight. It happens quite a bit. We notaries are met with situations that are beyond our control. I learned shortly before midnight that the signer passed away.” Continue reading