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    Default Execution of a Document Before a Notary by Spouses Who Live in Different States

    A separated couple who live in different states have to execute a deed for jointly owned property. They must both sign before a notary. Do they have to meet in one state to sign the deed at the same time in front of the same notary, or can they separately sign the deed and have their signatures notarized in the states where they live?

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    Default Re: Execution of a Document Before a Notary by Spouses Who Live in Different States

    You and your spouse can sign separately. The person preparing the deed may create a document that has separate notary blocks for each signature, or the additional information can be added by the notary at the time the document is notarized.

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