Clearwater Notary was asked, “Can dog be my witness?”

October 2, 2014

As a Clearwater notary service and Tallahassee Notary service, we are asked to notarized documents that require additional witness. For examples, Wills, Power of Attorney, Quick Claim Deeds, and more all require witnesses in additional the Florida notary. Often times when we are called the caller is not aware of this and sometimes struggles to find witnesses. If this is the case we do our best to find friends and neighbors to be their witnesses- but this means you must travel to us. If you need us to travel to you (where ever that may be), you will be responsible for arranging your witnesses. Your witness needs to be someone above the age of 18, competent and in sound mind, and have no interest in the document being signed.

The picture below was taken at one of our Clearwater notary jobs. Although the pug was “witnessing” and watching the signing, he didn’t count as a witness 😉

Can Fido be my witness?

Can Fido be my witness?

Please call us today for any Clearwater notary or Tallahassee notary needs! We got your covered- anywhere and anytime! And even though you’re dogs can be your official witness we don’t mind if they watch the signing 🙂