Erie County Notary
  • Legal Documents (all forms on hand)

1.   Advance Directive For Health Care (Living Will Declarations)
       
Ever wonder what might happen to you or a loved one
 if something happened, as did Terri in Florida. As she lay
 there brain damaged, her husband after 15 years, asked for
 the feeding tube to be removed.  
 However her parents thought otherwise.
 Then the battle began, and lives and families torn apart.   
        
        Everyone had opinions on what should be or should           
 not be done.  Including her husband, parents, friends, family,
 relatives,  neighbors, the media,  judges, religious and non
 alike, and our leaders of the nation, state and local
 government.  Everyone had opinion....
 Everyone,  but the one person that mattered - Terri.

         
What is a Living Will -  It is written instructions on a form
  made to show YOUR instructions that specify YOUR medical  
  wishes and desires should something happen to YOU and you
  become incapacitated, rendering you unable to make
  decisions or conveying your wishes.  Thus saving your
  family the headaches that will lie ahead.  And YOU become
  the one that makes those vital decisions by letting them
  know your wishes with a notarized document - a "Living Will".
         
          We have easy to use Living Will Forms.  The cost is  
  very little but the job that it will do is VERY BIG.  Take time out
  to visit us today and make out your "Living Will Declaration".  
  It will only take a few minutes.  Your Family Will Be Grateful.


2.  Affidavits

      a. Form Of Affidavits

      b. Affidavit Regarding Outstanding Liabilities

      c. Affidavit Of Supervisor Of Home Education Programs


3.  Individual Acknowledgments

4.  Limited Liability Company Acknowledgments

5.  Corporate Acknowledgments

6.  Attorney-In-Fact’s (Agent’s) Acknowledgments

7.  Acknowledgments by any Public Officer or Deputy thereof or by   
any Trustee, Administrator Guardian or Executor

8.  Acknowledgment by an Attorney at Law

9.  Power Of Attorney
     a. Broad Powers to handle your property
                1.  Which may include powers to sell or otherwise           
                     dispose of any real or personal property.   
     b.  Limited Power of Attorney
     c.  General Power of Attorney
     d.  Automotive Power of Attorney
10.  Individual Acknowledgement my Maker of Standby Guardianship

Erie County Notary
337 East Columbus Ave.
Corry, PA 16407

(814) 664-9352
We Ask you to bring TWO forms of
ID which is required,  One being a
Photo Drivers License or Photo ID
issued by the State and another ID
of sort with your signature. ie.
Social Security Card.  
(usually one photo DL or ID is enough)

You must be present for signing
and do not sign anything you need
notarized until you do so in front of
our notary as we are notarizing
that we have seen you sign and we
have ID you to be that person
signing.

We go by the law so please do not
ask us to go outside the law in
anyway.

If by chance you are not sure, feel
free to call us and we will be happy
to let you know if what you have is
usable for an ID.

814-664-9352
Thank you...
ECN.