|When I read your original post, I assumed you were just talking about correcting how the name was in your notary certificate, and from later posts, it appears that's correct. I agree with those who said that, as the notary, it's up to you to determine how to proceed within the limits of whatever your state law allows. If your laws give you some leeway, then it's a great idea to get feedback from the title company. It just makes sense to go with something they'll be happy with, as long as it's allowed.|
BTW, the NNA may be recognized by some lenders and/or title companies, but I know I'm not the only one who believes it's because of their marketing efforts more than anything else. Many here have reported being given bad info on their hotline. I've personally seen incorrect information written in their handbook for my state that created a very difficult situation for me with a client asking me to do something illegal that was supported by their material. I had to get someone in the SOS office on the phone to back me up (and get the office manager to stop yelling at me...) And just to be clear, the NNA has absolutely no real authority in any state.