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Ohio Notary Rules Update

Ohio Notaries to See Much Larger Fees

Have you been looking to become a notary in Ohio? If so, you might want to expedite the process, as notary fees are set to skyrocket this September. State Set to Take Over As we reported last year, Ohio notaries are are moving from being commissioned by the county they do business in. It is […]

Shameful Philadephia Signings Steal Homes

Shameful Philly Signings Steal Houses

When I first saw this a couple of weeks ago, I could not believe the allegations in Philly. If true, it is shameful. Signing dead people’s homes over to others, and at huge profits. It is literally the Shasta Signing on steroids. How to Steal a House Forge a bunch of documents. And when people […]

Lumina Newchurch is the World's Oldest Notary

The Worlds Oldest Notary

Alright, let’s take a guess. If you had to join a pool to guess the world’s oldest notary’s age, what would you select? Would you take the safe route and go for normal retirement age? Maybe a little older? Betty White old? Older Than That It’s almost beyond belief. Most of us can’t even imagine […]

Should Notaries Play a Role In Our Elections?

Should Notaries be a Part of Our Election Process?

Once again, there is conflict involving politics and notaries.  But, let’s not worry about the specifics of it all this time and ask a more poignant question. Should notaries play a role in our election process? We Don’t All Go to the Polls To make it clear, we are not speaking about people who attend […]

Vermont Changes Notary Requirements

Vermont Notaries See Major Changes to the Law

The rules for Vermont Notaries are changing in a dramatic fashion.  And it is going to be more challenging than before, maybe even greatly so, depending on your opinion and how you run your business. Change In Control All notaries in Vermont are now subject to the control of the Vermont Secretary of State’s Office.  […]