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Spouses, parents, siblings and children often need documents notarized — but can you serve as their Notary? Here are some helpful tips for handling notarization requests from family members. Only Some States Say It’s OK To Notarize For Relatives. If asked to notarize for a family member, the first thing to do is check your state’s laws. A ...

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Can New York Notaries Notarize Documents for Family Members? Should You Notarize For Family? When it comes to family members, it is recommended that New York notaries decline to notarize documents. Monday, October 14, 13 6. When people need documents notarized, it can feel very convenient to have a notary public in the family.

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Yes, my brother is a notary and he's notarized for me before. You can notarize for a family member, but it is not a good practice to do so. If the notarized document goes to court, the opposing ...

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Can a Notary in Alabama notarize a document for relatives? — J.M., Alabama Yes, you may notarize for relatives. There is no law that prohibits you from doing so, but the Alabama Attorney General has stated that the better practice would be for a Notary to refrain from notarizing the signature of his or her spouse or immediate family member (Ala. Atty. Gen. Opinion 95-00289; see page 6).

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You can notarize for a family member, but it is not a good practice to do so. If the notarized document goes to court, the opposing lawyer will use the notarization to call the document into ...

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Find a notary public that is a completely disinterested third party to notarize the documents for the family business. The rule of thumb is that a notary public who is a party to a document or who might receive a direct or indirect benefit from the transaction cannot perform the notarial act.

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person appointed as notary public must, at the time of his or her appointment, be a citizen of the United States and either a resident of the State of New York or have an office or place of business in New York State. A notary public who is a resident of the State and who moves out of

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Therefore, notaries should refuse to perform notarizations for all family members. If a family member makes such a request of you, direct him to another notary. It is better to risk annoying a family member by refusing to notarize a document for him than to risk incurring penalties for violating the universal rule of notarial impartiality.

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As a notary public, can I notarize documents for family members and close friends? For which family members am I strictly prohibited from performing notarial acts? In many states, notaries public are prohibited from notarizing the signature of immediate family such as a spouse, parents, grandparents, children, grandchildren, brothers, sisters ...

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FAQ. / Can I notarize for a family member?. Most state laws do not expressly prohibit notarizing for a relative. However, Notaries who do so in many instances will violate statutes prohibiting a direct beneficial interest.