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What a Notary Public is Why You Need One
A Notary Public is a person designated by the Governor of the State, or the pertinent regulatory body who is in charge of administering oaths, authenticating legal documents, contracts, and copies, and taking affidavits and declarations on legal matters. In the United States of America, it is not necessary for Notaries Public to be Lawyers, as any person that has completed the necessary training and licensing may be appointed. They are limited to the aforementioned tasks and are not generally allowed to practice law.
The general purpose of a Notary is to act as an impartial witness to protect you against fraud or misrepresentation in any business or personal transactions. As Notaries are appointed by the Governor of each State, some procedures and requirements may differe from state to state.
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What is a EPOA vs POA?
The main difference between a Power of Attorney and an Enduring Power of Attorney is that an enduring power still has an effect even after you lose mental capacity. Unlike a Power of Attorney, an Enduring Power of Attorney will continue to operate even if you should lose mental capacity. The Enduring Power of Attorney will expressly state that this is to continue even if you lose mental capacity. It is an important document that will enable a trusted family member or friend that you choose to manage your financial affairs. You can decide the limits and scope of both a Power of Attorney and an Enduring Power of Attorney. They are an important part of providing some security to you and your family. Enduring Power of Attorneys in particular provides security should you lose mental capacity through injury or illness and will help others to plan your finances to best look after you. Your Enduring Power of Attorney will take effect once your attorney accepts the power by signing the acceptance. Neither a Powers of Attorney or Enduring Power of Attorney can be executed if the person ceases to have mental capacity. It is for this reason that you […]
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2021 Notary Fees By State
Each state sets fees Notaries may charge to perform notarial acts. Notaries may charge any fee (or none) up to the maximum allowed under their state fee schedule. Below is a chart listing each state’s fee schedule for acknowledgments, jurats and other special notarial acts. * These fees are temporary and will cease to apply when the emergency order for remote notarization expires. † While you may charge a travel fee, the signer must agree to it in advance. ‡ Fee per signature. For Guam, acknowledgments and jurats are $10 for the first two signatures and $8 for each additional signature.
Which is better Notary Public or Lawyer?
There is a big debate about which is better between a Notary Public and a Lawyer. Many people are intimidated by Notaries, they think they can never be sure what they are doing or that the Notary will be right there with them every step of the way. There is nothing more binding than a legal document such as a check, it must be notarized before it can be accepted by another person and it must have a Notary seal on it to make it legal. A Notary Public does not provide any type of legal services for you, they are there to help you with the documentation process and keep you informed of deadlines. They will prepare the completed application in front of you, then they will sign it on your behalf if you request them to, and then take the document and keep it for you. If you choose to have a Notary Public notarize a piece of paper for you then it is up to you if you want the Notary to administer oaths or affirmation or even just notary authorization. It is entirely up to you and if you prefer to have an attorney present then […]
Am I Protected by a Notary?
The United States allows its citizens to have representation of Notary Publics to facilitate deals, agreements, and contracts, which are important for the protection of the public and the government. For example, New York’s Notary Public Protection Act gives oversight, protection, and service to those who wish to become a Notary Public. New York notaries swear an oath of office and take an oath of confidentiality when they accept a commission from a company or entity. A New York notary can only perform the duties outlined in the state laws, but they cannot perform or act in any other capacity that is inconsistent with the laws. This is the same for the majority of the States, with some minor exceptions. In order for a person to be able to operate as a Notary Public in the state of New York, they need to obtain a limited license from the Secretary of State. This type of license is called a Notary Public License and is different than a standard driver’s license or any other kind of license. The purposes and requirements of this type of license differ from state to state, so it is best to check with your state for […]
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All of the Notary Publics shown with the CERTIFIED listing have been approved by our team here at Notary Central USA. We work hard to ensure that you can find a Notary Public that is just what you need and close to your location. As all Notaries are