Tag Archives: Freely and Willingly

On the Non-Borrowing Spouse

On the Non-Borrowing Spouse by Tim Gatewood I think there’s some confusion over what “the law” requires versus what lenders want. First, each state has state law that spells out who has an ownership interest in the real estate when … Continue reading

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My Grandmother Can’t Leave Her House

My Grandmother Can’t Leave Her House I had a call recently from a nice young woman and this is what she said “My grandmother can’t leave her house. I want to bring her signed document to you to be notarized.” … Continue reading

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Notary Tips – My Blog Articles for the American Association of Notaries

As announced here several weeks ago, I have begun a long-term freelance writing assignment for the American Association of Notaries. As it is an open-ended assignment and they are letting me pick my own topics, I started with a basic … Continue reading

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A Hospital Signing Incident

I received a call this week from an adult daughter of a man who had recently had a stroke and had been moved to a rehabilitation hospital here in Memphis. She wanted me to come to the rehab hospital to … Continue reading

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