Dec 14, 2016 ... If asked to notarize for a family member, the first thing to do is check your ... and
Washington, caution Notaries against notarizing documents for ... Your state
Notary agency may be able to help you, and NNA members can ...
Oct 27, 2013 ... Notaries must be impartial witnesses to transactions. They may not have an
interest in the documents that they notarize. By the same token, ...
In many states, notaries public are prohibited ...
How do I get a notary stamp? What is my commission number? Can I notarize my
spouse's or other family member's signature? Do I have to keep a notary ...
... my name after I get my commission? Can I notarize my own documents or the
documents of my family? Can I perform the wedding of a family member?
Jun 2, 2014 ... But notarizing documents for family members is a touchy subject, and you might
... Why Public Notaries Shouldn't Notarize For Family Members.
The American Association of Notaries reports that most jurisdictions do not have
a specific ban on notaries notarizing family members' documents but that it is ...
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, ...
Jul 1, 2008 ... ... you can perform notarial services for family members, relatives and employers.
For example, you can notarize your brother's signature on the ...
Can a Notary notarize for family? New Jersey statutes do not ... If you notarize for
a family member, your impartiality may be compromised. If a family member has ...