Is a notary stamp enough in Illinois for a small estate affidavit?

Answer In the state of Illinois, the Small Estate Affidavit requires the signature and date of the affiant, as well as a phone number. It is also a document that is required to be notarized and signed by ... Read More »

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Can a notary use a signature stamp?

A notary must actually sign a document, not just use a signature stamp. If a notary does use a signature stamp, the document in question would not be official and would need to be notarized again.S... Read More »

How do i get a notary public stamp?

Notary LocationFind a location near you that offers notary services. Most banks offer notary-public services, as do some stores such as Mail Boxes Etc. and The UPS Store, and some public offices su... Read More »

Can a notary stamp his own document?

The laws for every state are different when it come to notary stamping. The one item that all states do agree on is that a notary cannot stamp his own documents. The notary can stamp for family or ... Read More »

Adding Ink to a Notary Stamp?

There are two types of notary stamps, the traditional stamp used with an ink pad and a self inking variety. The self inking variety of notary stamp contains an ink pad inside it and presses the sta... Read More »