my mother had a durable power of attorney to act in her behalf in all aspects of her life years ago, the original document has a crimped notary seal on it. I had to make a copy to send to one of her insurance providers, but they sent it back saying they need a notarized copy. How do I make the crimped seal show up to make a copy for them? Do I need to have it notarized again. right now my mom is recovering from a fall and several strokes, so I need to be her spokesperson. I am her only daughter. she has also had my name put on as co-owner of all her owned property.
Bring it to the courthouse and pay for a certified copy. It shouldn't cost you more than $5.00.
Then send the certified copy to the insurance company.
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Send the original or take the original to the courthouse for recording and ask for a certified copy to mail.
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Lightly shade the crimping with the side of a pencil lead. That will make it show up in a copy. Don't use the point of the pencil and don't press too hard.
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