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Suppressor question #9001094 02/06/24 10:57 PM
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I need to find a notary in Ft Worth that is familiar with the trust paper work for a suppressor anyone recommend someone thank you.

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Any notary will work...they are only validating you are the one signing the trust. Very likely your bank will have one, try there first.


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Most UPS or FedEx offices have a notary. Not the shopping locations like Walgreens, but the actual company store. I’ve used them a lot in the last couple of years.

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Thanks

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Originally Posted by Adchunts
Most UPS or FedEx offices have a notary. Not the shopping locations like Walgreens, but the actual company store. I’ve used them a lot in the last couple of years.


In my experience, even the shopping strip locations have a notary.

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I'd recommend calling your bank first to ensure they will notarize your trust documents. As a bank manager, I can tell you most of my employees will not notarize trusts.

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Other than the previous replies to your question, I would look into any notable family
attourney usually keeps a notary on file. Will cost you a little but worth it.

Dealer who i purchased my cans from did it part of the package, took a while but done.


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Uncle zeek on tff, atty that does trusts, lewisville



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