Ok so if we want joint custody 50/50 until she starts school. Can we sign a notary saying she will be here this month and there this month at these times? Without having someone just be able to runoff with her?
You can sign with an notary; however, keep in mind as onemandog stated the norm is to verify the contents of a page or people's signature. But, if that is all you have, you have documenttation to support yoru wishes in the event this matter every had to be brought to family court for violations of that agreement - just remember, that the notery only verifys the signature nothing more. I would recommend you both write a letter to the commissioner who divorced you two and make the request. More then likely the commissioner will set a court date and you both can make your agree in front of him/her. That wont cost much except potential court cost
The only thing a notary does is witness and validate signatures on a document. A notary seal is proof that the two people who signed it were present and had the proper identification to prove who they are. I really think your gonna have to do this right Miss (oops) Pistol Annie with an attorney and make sure your bases are covered. It may not be all that expensive as one might think. I'm sure this kind of situation happens all the time and there are most likely documents already printed up with blanks to fill in for the names and a notary will witness the signatures. Fun-mail me if you need to ok.
Yea it will be done in front of an attorney. We will be dealing with an attorney.
Something along those lines? Has anyone heard of something like this