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Asked on: 5/28/13, 8:10 am

Me and my ex are trying to finalize our divorce. We have no children, no community assets or debts and neither of us want spousal support, it's completely uncontested, so we have decided to file FL 130 and FL 144, and I have already typed up our judicial stipulation/agreement letter. The problem is, is that my ex lives in Texas and I live in Calif. How do I go about notarizing our agreement letter when he's over there and I'm here?

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Answered on: 5/28/13, 1:35 pm by Catherine Schwartz

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Answered on: 5/28/13, 1:51 pm by Lyle Johnson

He has the agreement notarized in Texas. This should satisfy the requirement that his signature be notarized. Your signature would be notarized in California.


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Answered on: 5/28/13, 2:50 pm by Anthony Roach

I agree with Mr. Johnson. If a notary is required, you can have him get his signature notarized with a Texas notary.


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