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The COVID-19 crisis has caused huge disruptions for businesses as well as individuals. Regardless, important transactions must carry on, including those that require notarization. Traditionally, notarization has required in-person meetings. Banks and UPS Stores have been a reliable, low-cost option for most people. Nowadays, however, it can be difficult to know their availability and precautions […]

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Estate planning has traditionally taken place within the confines of a brick and mortar office. The attorney reviews the client’s documents face-to-face and this first meeting sets the stage for future in-depth conversations which are still mostly conducted in-person as the planning process gets underway. For Boomers and other senior citizens, in persona is still the preferred […]

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  Notarized Letter of Consent Now that summer vacation is here, more families are traveling both locally and internationally. Traveling outside the United States with a child may require more preparation. If a child is under the age of 18 and is traveling with only one parent or guardian, remember the child’s passport and also […]

Ron Weissman is an imposing figure.  With over 25 years experience in the tech world, he has worked side by side with the legendary Steve Jobs, taken companies such as Verity to new heights of profitability and invested in numerous others as a venture capitalist with Apax Partners and as angel. He currently sits on […]

What One Mobile Notary Says About Online Reviews By Moses Keshishian (Originally published in the May 2013 issue of The National Notary magazine) With over 60 million registered users and over 20 million reviews posted on the site, Yelp continues to dominate the social review space on the Internet. Consumers frequently turn to Yelp to […]

If someone requires notarization but lacks proper identification,  a notary can implement procedure known as identification via the oath of a credible witness. In some states a notary may rely on the oath of either one or two credible witnesses as a proper form of identity. Depending on the state, if only one credible witness […]