“The Notary office is above all a position of trust. In a society where assets of great value are often exchanged between perfect strangers, the Notary exists to impart integrity and thereby trustworthiness to the essential documentary transactions of commerce and law – from property deeds to powers of attorney to wills to affidavits.” (National Notary Association)
Juliet L. Cavanaugh is a Notary Public commissioned by the State of Connecticut in 2001. Professional membership in The National Notary Association assures compliance with all current state and federal regulations and statutes. She is certified as a Notary Signing Agent (NSA) and a Trusted Enrollment Agent (TEA) and is positioned to offer the highest standards of professional excellence.
In-office notarizations are available as is the ability to travel to your home or work location to notarize most documents. Connecticut State law requires 2 forms of identification for all signers: a current, valid, government issued photo ID (drivers license, non-driver identification card, passport) and one other ID bearing the signer’s name and signature. Birth certificates and Social Security Cards are not acceptable forms of identification in Connecticut.
A Notary Public does not have the training or authority to prepare legal documents or recommend a course of action in legal transactions. Any person who is in need of such assistance should be advised to consult an attorney.
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