Notarization is a fraud-prevention method that is required for a number of transactions. For example, if you are submitting copies of official documents such as birth certificates or marriage certificates to a financial institution, you will need to have them notarized to show that they are true copies of the original. There are also forms that must be witnessed and notarized to verify that the named person was, in fact, the one who signed it, such as Statutory Declarations. A&M Lawyers drafts the following documents:
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