Thank you, I am waiting to discuss with the notary associations president when he returns from vacation how to/if to utilize the service. With notarial law in Texas it can be difficult as our previous secretary of state did not regulate much of the notaries activity, nor provide much education. I am developing a business model to assist attorneys in which they can utilize notaries for more than acknowledgments, but also as Deposition Officers instead of paying the outrageous fees charged by court reporters on some of the depositions, and also civil process - if we can get the Supreme Court's review board to move on certifications a bit faster. : )
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