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​~ Getting a document notarized is typically very simple. Present the document to a notary public and sign it in his or her presence.

~ Notories serve as an impartial witness in performing a variety of official fraud-deterrent acts related to the signing of important documents.

~ The exact purpose of a notary is to attest to both the authenticity of a document as well as the identity of the parties signing it. Documents under seal of a notary are presumed by law to be valid, and to have been signed by the people identified in the document.

~ The notary will verbally ask the signer the following or similar questions:

    “Do you acknowledge or declare that you understand this document and have signed it voluntarily for the             purposes stated in it?”

    The signer will reply “Yes.” The notary will then complete the notarial act by filling out his/her notarial                   certificate, then signing and sealing the certificate.