Sunday, June 20, 2010

Accommodating a Disability: Signing by Mark

On occasion, a person appears before the notary and cannot sign his or her full name because of a physical disability or frailty. In place of a signature the signer makes a mark. Learn how to handle notarizations when the client is “signing by mark.” Read More!

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