A notary public is a state-appointed individual tasked with authenticating legal documents. In this post, find out more about what a notary public does and why they are needed in law.
For those who are unfamiliar with witnesses and notaries, we’ve broken down some of your most common questions to help you execute your document with confidence.
As the universal symbol for proof of agreement, it's important you know why, when and how to sign your name, as well as who should sign where.
A Revocation of Power of Attorney enables you to cancel the powers you once granted another person in your Power of Attorney.