A Texas Notary’s Guide to Estate Planning Documents
Beyer, Gerry W.
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Properly notarized estate planning documents are necessary to ensure the validity of these signed documents. This article discusses steps notaries should take when acknowledging and notarizing estate planning documents. Documents discussed included the Self-Proving Affidavit, the Durable Power of Attorney, a Declaration of Guardian, a Medical Power of Attorney, a Directive to Physicians, an appointment of agent to control body disposition, and other estate planning documents which do not require notarization but may still be prudent to do so.