Grantor & Trustee Do Not Live Close To Each Other - How Does One Get The Signatures
One may obtain signatures from other in different states by simply separating the signature lines and adding an additional notary section below each signature. The grantor and trustee notarizations may take place on different days - even months apart!
Must The Grantor and Trustee Be Together When Signing The Trust Indenture for Notarization?
No. The Grantor and Trustee can use an online notary service (search Google) to obtain a notary instantly, even when the parties are on different continents! If an online notary is not an available option, there is the ability to have 2 signatures ...
Where Should I Get Notarization
We suggest getting the notary service at any local bank. When you set up an appointment, let them know the requirement of a notary. The bank will deliver this service for free often, saving $25 to $35 per notarization. One can get notarization from ...
What Pages Need Notarization and/or Grantor Signatures for The Bulletproof Trust
There are several grantor/notary signature pages contained inside Bulletproof Trust Secrets (Section 2). The pages are currently: 26, 41, 50, 57, 58, 59, 60
Are Digital Signatures Acceptable
A digital signature with an online notary, like Notarize.com, is acceptable. It is not acceptable for in-person notarizations as the notary needs to be present as the signature is signed - that must be done with wet-ink.
Who Will Get The EIN For The Trust (Grantor or Trustee)
Typically the trustee will get the EIN, but either the grantor OR the trustee may do so. Whoever is chosen will need to input their Social Security Number, address and contact information. This will not bring the trust into the IRS' jurisdiction, but ...