Santa Clarita Divorce | How To Notarize Your Divorce Judgment – Marital Settlement Agreement

Santa Clarita Divorce | How To Notarize Your Divorce Judgment – Marital Settlement Agreement

Tim Blankenship here with divorce661.com and what we’re talking about in this video is issues we’re having with notaries when our clients go get a notary the notary is writing the wrong description of document on the notice of acknowledgment.

So when you finish your case and you’re having your judgment notarized the signature page – the marital settlement agreement page where your signatures are, you have to have that notarized. And they need to attach this certificate of acknowledgment.

It’s called all-purpose certificate of acknowledgment for your signatures and what the notaries are doing –  there’s a box on this form that says description of the attached document and they’re writing in names of other forms that do not need to be notarized.

So the Assumption by the court is that you had the wrong document notarized. What they need to write in that box is marital settlement agreement or  judgment attachment or stipulated judgment –  something that’s related to the document you’re actually signing not some other random form that does not need to be notarized which is causing will cause your judgment to be rejected

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