In October this year the Queensland Supreme Court heard a case regarding the validity of an Informal Will. Interestingly the case examines whether an unsent text message can be accepted as an Informal Will. The case brings two questions to light. Firstly it asks us to consider whether formal Wills are still necessary in our […]
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If you are signing documents for property or business transactions in the United States of America, you need to make sure that you satisfy the specific legal requirements for the US relating to that specific state or county. Generally, this will mean that you need to have the documents notarised by a notary public. Notaries […]
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Photographic identification documents and your personal information You must be able to properly and satisfactorily identify yourself when you come to our office for notary public services. This means you must bring photographic identification documents such as a passport or an Australian drivers licence to your appointment. Foreign documents without supporting local or international identification […]