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Apr 4, 2016 ... I honestly cannot count the number of times I've been asked the question, Once you notarize my document, will it be legal? If I were to guess, I'd ...

www.abowitzlawoffices.com/blog/what-makes-up-a-legally-binding-document

Sep 20, 2012 ... A document that two or more people sign and notarize Can be a legally binding document. Please Read this!

www.quora.com/Is-a-notarized-document-legally-binding-Why-or-why-not

Whether or not a document is notarized has very little to do with whether or not it's “legally ... Why is a notarized letter a legal document? How can I have a dual ...

www.avvo.com/legal-answers/is-a-notarized-letter-a-legal-document-to-grant-ch-251668.html

A notorized letter has no particular custody rights significance. The court order of custody is the controlling document. Without some kind of ...

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A notarized letter is not a “legal document”; it is merely a letter which has had a notary seal attached demonstrating that the people who signed ...

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Jun 4, 2011 ... I often get calls from people who tell me that they wrote up an agreement and had it notarized so it would be legal. They are usually really ...

www.reference.com/government-politics/notarized-document-legally-binding-1f0b22f0c0e7138e

The act of notarization doesn't make a document legally binding, and it simply certifies that the individuals who sign a document are who they purport to be, ...

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Is there really a purpose or benefit to having a document notarized? - Get Legal advice. ... by Tami Kamin-Meyer, Attorney at Law. July 31, 2008. You've ...

www.thebalance.com/what-is-a-notarized-document-315434

Aug 25, 2016 ... See how and where to get a letter notarized. ... Depending where you go to get legal documents notarized, you may have to pay a modest fee.