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Old 07-10-2010, 04:15 PM   #1
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Old 07-10-2010, 04:25 PM   #2
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WOW....thanks Craig! makes things way easier!
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Awesome it is a one stop shop.
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Thanks for all the forms but I see they need to be notorized. Can these be filled out at home and brought to Great Lakes to be finalized?
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I have a 3 yr old do I need to get my recruiter to sign the power of attorney or who should sign it I'm a little confused
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I have a 3 yr old do I need to get my recruiter to sign the power of attorney or who should sign it I'm a little confused
It will need to be notarized by someone. Probably not your recruiter.
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Old 03-31-2013, 04:50 PM   #9
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Hi Craig,

Once the recruit has a POA done, does he give it to his recruiter, take it with him or leave it with the person he has appointed? Also, wont he need a medical POA? I have search for answers and have yet to find any for these questions. Any light you can shed on this would be appreciated. Also, will he need to take with him to BC a copy of his immunization records?
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The person that is in charge with the POA must have that in their possession in order to do business on the new sailors behalf. You can download one on the internet, then you have to have it signed in front of a notery...I will suggest to have it VERY specific on what can be done! MANY a military person has been screwed over with a general POA given out and not having done just a LIMITED!
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Old 07-20-2013, 08:53 PM   #11
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I just wanted to thank you for putting all of this info. out there for crazy nervous mom's like me. This site has been the most informative so far. Believe me I have looked around and watched many a you tube video. Your site has really calmed my nerves. I know that it wasn't going to be all peaches and cream but, knowing the day to day really helps.
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Thanks for putting these up, great info! They all mention attorney, do we need to officially hire an attorney to witness these and assist with filling these out, or just see a notary?
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They just need to be notarized.
However, since it is a fairly powerful legal document, it wouldn't hurt to have someone look it over.
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I've always used my banker as a public notary in the past. When presented with a POA to notarize, they said they don't notarize POAs and wills... Not sure if it's my bank's rule or a general rule for banks. Nonetheless, where else might I find a public notary? Library?
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The car dealership my mom works at everyone is a notary.. That's where I had mine done. Any family friends that have a notary?
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Anyone know if mavy federal does. this slipped my mind need to get these done tomorrow. im thinking just a general should be fine we are married with kids. would you recommened any others
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I work at a bank right now and we have three notaries on staff including myself, out of an office of nine. We used to have five, but two switched offices so we're getting a couple of others trained.

Banks have lots of legal papers come through -- Durable Financial POAs (we even generate those), loan closing documents, securities transfers... we do it all. Definitely check with your local bank. They may have particular rules about what they can and can't notarize (ex. I'm not allowed to touch a Living Will or an I-9), and some will only notarize for their customers (which is stupid 'cause they're a Notary Public, as in "public" as in "for the benefit of everybody"). Still, your local bank* is a great shot.

Outside of banks, public libraries sometimes have notaries. Also, most lawyers are notaries and they probably won't charge you much for their time. Just a couple of thoughts.

Worst case scenario, bring your papers and your IDs to me in WV and I'll notarize everything for you. :P

*n.b.: if your local bank can't do it, check with a national bank in your area. Chase, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo should all have generally the same views on notaries as I do. If your local bank rep gives you a hassle, chalk it up to small-town mentality and take it somewhere with a bigger regulatory oversight who knows what the "public" in "Notary Public" means.
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Yes, Navy Fed can notarize forms for you.

Many places no longer take a general POA. It's better to have specific ones. Especially for your kids.
I would do the one for kids, housing, banking, and automobile.
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Yes, Navy Fed can notarize forms for you.

Many places no longer take a general POA. It's better to have specific ones. Especially for your kids.
I would do the one for kids, housing, banking, and automobile.
Would you say the ones off this site would suffice?
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Yes, unless you personally have a unique situation. Just use the specific in addition to a general.
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Do I use the General POA to leave my boyfriend in charge of my car and finances while I'm away at Bootcamp?
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Just kidding I found it!
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