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When the Signer is NOT the Appointment Setter


It happens all the time, you get the call for a notary job and the person who’s arranging the appointment is NOT the person who will be signing the documents.  Their mom is in the hospital and needs a POA. Their dad is in the nursing home and wants to Quit Claim deed property. The person requiring the service has entrusted someone else with the responsibility of securing your services. When this happens follow these 3 tips to ensure that the signing goes smoothly.

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