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Posted by MW/VA on 6/23/22 9:44am
(fairly obvious) she'd never be able to produce ID with that name.
We notarize signatures, not ID's. A notary just has to be convinced that the person is who they say they are. If she was signing with the AKA & acknowledged the AKA that should have been enough.
Anything else crosses the line into UPL, IMO.
Again, never get advice from XYZ. All their info & "best practices" are based on CA law.