My ex signed and notarized a records and information release form. Within a week of personally taking the document to a notary and getting it notarized: the ex has now apparently changed their mind and wants the records request to be stopped.
The ex has signed the exact same document for the exact same records request without any issue.
How can the records provider be forced to offer the documents as requested?
How do I hold the ex to her "word", making the notarized document still valid?
Just to clarify, the ex went under their own power to get the notarization. The ex was not intimidated, harassed or made promises in exchange for the notarization. There is no fraud.
Can someone just change their mind and have a previously notarized document voided?