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Notarized Affidivats

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Hi There,

I don't know if anyone else has submitted their affidavits this way but my my mother inlaw and brother inlaw wrote letters for us and when they got their lettters notarized it shows 1/2 of the notary stamp on the 1st page, which is the body of letter, and the other half of stamp on a 2nd page, which is an Instrument of Acknowledgement sheet from the notary. Is that normal? has anyone sent in their letters with that format from the notary? It's like they just put both pages side by side and stamped their notary deal in the middle of both, to show that the 2 pages go together.

I just find it strange and not sure if it will be excepted or not.

mother inlaws letter was notarized in thet state of WA. brother inlaws was in the state of OR.

can anyone help me with this and let me know if its ok to send it in like that?

Thank You

Rob and Jessica

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In a multiple part document... this method assures that page 1 and page 2 belong together... otherwise you could attach any page 1 if the notary stamp was only on the acknowledgement page...

So Im assuming this is ok and that it will be accepted, whether its the state of Nebraska or state of California, wherever they decide to start my casework.?

Sorry to sound so naive.. I'm just so paranoid right now!!! Monday is file day

Rob and Jessica

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