Tag Archives: Tennessee

So This Happened

So, this happened. Yes, I am commissioned for another four year term. This makes my 6th term of office. I was sworn in earlier today. It was a good thing, as my previous commission expired next Friday and I was … Continue reading

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September Special Discount

In celebration of my passing the exam to be Certified by Notary2Pro, I’m offering a September Special Discount on my trip fee for mobile notary service. For the remainder of this month, my trip fee will be reduced to just  $20 … Continue reading

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Where Do You Get Notary Public Training?

I have posted here previously about the need for training to know your limits and your responsibilities as a notary public. So, the question arises, where do you get such training? There are those who strongly suggest that you can … Continue reading

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Tennessee Changes Notary Law – Again !

Last year, a new law went into effect in Tennessee that changed the practices of every notary in the state. Under the previous law, a notary journal was only required by statute if the notary was charging a notary fee … Continue reading

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Identifying Married Women

Identifying Married Women There are many issues to consider when it comes to properly identifying anyone who appears before a notary public and asks for their document to be notarized. Does the age on the I.D. match up with the … Continue reading

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