Notarize Your California Divorce Judgments | Divorce661 Tip Of The Day | #Divorce661TipOfTheDay
So I decided to do some shorter format divorce tips in addition to the videos, long form articles, podcast and social media posts. So what you can expect, in addition to all that, is a quick daily tip and a photo with some helpful piece of advice.
So here is todays Divorce 661 Tip Of The Day.
To avoid delays with finalizing your divorce judgment, both parties should have their divorce judgment notarized. We have a “judgement attachment” form that we use that already has the acknowledgment in place for the notary to be able to notarize your California Divorce Judgment