Can a notary notarize a son-in-law's signature in the state of Florida?

Answer According to Florida Law Section 117.05(6)(d), a notary public is restricted from notarizing a signature of a relative, whether through blood or marriage. However, a notary can solemnize the rite o... Read More »

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Can a California notary notarize in New Hampshire?

On One Hand: Not GenerallyAccording to the American Society of Notaries, you cannot notarize in two states. You must be a legal resident of the state in which you are a notary. If you have residenc... Read More »

Can a notary notarize for a family member in Florida?

As of 2009, Florida law allows a notary to notarize a document for anybody, even family members, unless the law requires the notary of a particular person or office, according to the website of the... Read More »

Can a Florida notary notarize a prenuptial agreement?

A notary public in Florida can notarize a signature on any document, including a prenuptial agreement, so long as the document meets the standards set forth under Florida law: the person signing th... Read More »

Can a Colorado notary notarize family member's documents?

It depends on what is being notarized. Colorado law does not specifically state that a family member cannot notarize a document for an immediate family member. It does however, give a list of disqu... Read More »