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Includes 1 post/5 days for each profile 

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http://www.nationalnotary.org/
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As you know I’ve been marketing my biz @AfterHoursVA for two whole years now. I finally have the “know, like, and trust” factor. With that being said, effective today, I will no longer offer bankruptcy petition prep services for pro se debtors. I will still offer general notary work and real estate loan signings in #RVA. I apologize to anyone who has contacted me this week regarding filing.

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Identification Required By A Notary Public

Identification Required By A Notary Public

Required Proof of Identification needed at the time of Notary:

Identity shall be ascertained by examination of one or more of the following eight documents:

1) A United States Passport
2) A certificate of United States citizenship
3) A certificate of naturalization
4) An unexpired foreign passport
5) An alien registration card with photograph
6) A state issued driver’s license
7) A state-issued…

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Required Proof of Identification needed at the time of Notary:

Identity shall be ascertained by examination of one or more of the following eight documents: 

1) A United States Passport
2) A certificate of United States citizenship
3) A certificate of naturalization
4) An unexpired foreign passport
5) An alien registration card with photograph
6) A state issued driver’s license 
7) A state-issued identification card
8) A United States military card.

Required Proof of Identification needed at the time of Notary:

Identity shall be ascertained by examination of one or more of the following eight documents:

1) A United States Passport
2) A certificate of United States citizenship
3) A certificate of naturalization
4) An unexpired foreign passport
5) An alien registration card with photograph
6) A state issued driver’s license
7) A state-issued identification card
8) A United States military card.

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What Documents Require Notarization?

What Documents Require Notarization?

Documents that generally need to be notarized are:

Adoption Documentation
Parental Consent Forms
Medical Forms
School Field Trip Releases
Athletic/Player Release Forms
Child Support Documents
Guardianship and Custody Documents
Living Trusts
Partnering Agreements
Prenuptial Agreements
Divorce Documents
Loans and Loan Modifications
Refinances
Real Estate Closings
Buy/Sell Agreements
Deeds
Last Will…

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Banks are CLOSED. @AfterHoursVA is OPEN. #Notary #AfterHours #RVA
info@AfterHoursVA.com

Banks are CLOSED. @AfterHoursVA is OPEN. #Notary #AfterHours #RVA
info@AfterHoursVA.com

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#NotaryLaw Updates: http://www.nationalnotary.org/knowledge-center/news/law-updates

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Last minute notarizations needed?

Contact @AfterHoursVA today: info@AfterHoursVA.com

$5 per notarized signature

*Travel fees apply.  Up to $35 for City of Richmond, Chesterfield and Henrico County.

Last minute notarizations needed?

Contact @AfterHoursVA today: info@AfterHoursVA.com

$5 per notarized signature

*Travel fees apply.  Up to $35 for City of Richmond, Chesterfield and Henrico County.

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Do banks have notaries?

A: Most bank branches have a notary on duty some if not all of the time that they are open. These notaries authorize financial documents for bank employees, but they are also generally available to bank customers. However, there may be some restrictions placed on how they can be used.

Some banks only allow financial documents to be notarized because their insurance does not cover other types of items. It may also be necessary to schedule an appointment to see the notary. Many banks offer notary services for free, but some charge a small fee. It is best to call ahead and find out the rules for a particular bank before bringing a document in.

(Source: ask.com)

Do banks have notaries?

A: Most bank branches have a notary on duty some if not all of the time that they are open. These notaries authorize financial documents for bank employees, but they are also generally available to bank customers. However, there may be some restrictions placed on how they can be used.

Some banks only allow financial documents to be notarized because their insurance does not cover other types of items. It may also be necessary to schedule an appointment to see the notary. Many banks offer notary services for free, but some charge a small fee. It is best to call ahead and find out the rules for a particular bank before bringing a document in.

(Source: ask.com)

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How One Notary Uses SEO to Grow Her Notary Business

Click the picture, or cut and paste this link… Learn how we use SEO to grow our #Notary business!

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How One Notary Uses SEO to Grow Her Notary Business

Click the picture, or cut and paste this link… Learn how we use SEO to grow our #Notary business!

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Five Tips For Dealing With Difficult Signers | NNA
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Look who made the Virginia #NotarySpotlight!

@Triumphant Impressions LLC @Tashina Brown

Scroll down and you’ll find me too!

http://vanotaryedu.com/notaryspotlight.htm

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Are You Being Garnished?

Are You Being Garnished?

WooHoo! Helped a client recover $2,500 of garnished wages by filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Are your wages being garnished too? Contact me today if you are thinking about filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy and cannot afford an attorney.

$250 Chapter 7 preparation fee. Does not include court filing fee of $335. Bankruptcy filing fee can be paid in installments with the court, if approved, or be waived if…

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