Notarizing Travel Consent Forms?
For spring break, some people travel out of the country for vacation. Friday, I received a last minute, evening call to notarize a Travel Consent Form in Redwood City, California. “Tim” was packing with his kids for their spring break trip to Mexico. They were scheduled to leave early the next morning. When “Tim” reviewed his vacation itinerary he read the fine print about one parent traveling with children out of the country. A Travel Consent Form (AKA Parental Travel Consent Form and Affidavit of Parental Consent) was required, to be signed and notarized with his former wife, “Sally” who has joint custody of their children. Fortunately, he realized this need in time to schedule the notarization of the Travel Consent Form with Sally before he and his children left for their trip to Mexico which was in 10 hours! He searched for a notary public available after hours, since it was in the evening.
Fortunately, Sally was in town and available to meet at his place. I met with Tim and Sally just over an hour after I received his phone call. The Travel Consent Form was notarized and he sighed with relief. He could enjoy his vacation, since he won’t encounter travel hitches with not having this form.
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