? No. If a notary public is a party to a transaction, or has a direct or ...
Jul 1, 2008 ... Knowing the limitations of your power as a notary is just as ... in a transaction, you
can perform notarial services for family members, relatives and employers. For
example, you can notarize your brother's signature on the title of ...
? Yes – as long as you are not named in, or a direct ...
In fact, a Notary can reduce his or her potential liability considerably simply by
always ... The principal's signature before a Notary must be a voluntarily act. ...
Notaries also should refuse to notarize for close family members because a
Oct 27, 2013 ... You may find that family members will call upon you to notarize documents. ... For
instance, a wife may wish to notarize the signature of her ...
Dec 4, 2014 ... Can I notarize my father's company business documents? ... Texas law does not
prohibit notarizing for a family member. ... Florida and Massachusetts prohibit
Notaries from notarizing the signatures of their spouses, parents or ...
For instance, if a Notary is asked to witness her husband's signature on a loan ...
interest is usually greater with immediate family members -- spouse, mother, ...
The Notary's Dilemma: Can the notary proceed with notarization involving a
document that he will ... Another conflict of interest is notarizing for family
Jun 2, 2014 ... Why Public Notaries Shouldn't Notarize For Family Members ... “A notary public
may not notarize a signature on a document if the person ...
Lately I have seen many notaries remark that family members cannot be
notarized for as if ... MAY I NOTARIZE MY SPOUSE'S SIGNATURE? ... I've read
where notaries say things like, "You can't notarize for family members."