DO NOT SIGN any documents until notary is present!
At the time of your appointment:
All Signers Must:
- Present current, unexpired State or Federal identification
i.e., Passport, Government/Military or ID card (photo, signature & physical description)
- Fully understand the document(s) they are signing
- Sign documents as their free and voluntary act
All Witnesses Must:
- Not be a family member of signer(s)
- Not be a employee of a facility, if signer(s) is in a care facility
- Not be receiving any benefit or power of authority from any document
- By law, I am not able to create or provide general forms such as Power of Attorney, Health Care Directives, etc. I am not an attorney and by law I am expressly prohibited to interpret contents of any document, give instruction on how to complete a document or offer guidance in the advisability of signing any document.
- Documents such as wills, powers of attorney, healthcare directives and trusts have to be signed in the presence of legal witnesses and a notary. Signer(s) must be able to understand contents of the document being notarized.