Have you ever thought about using your notary skills to help others? The Pennsylvania Association of Notaries (PAN) is thrilled to announce a new program aimed at connecting PAN members with organizations that need notary services. PAN’s Volunteer Connection (PVC) is a pipeline to community organizations in search of volunteers to assist individuals requiring notary […]
PAN offices will be closed on Monday, December 26 and Monday, January 2 so that we may spend some extra time celebrating the holidays with our families and friends. Have a safe and happy holiday!
PAN Instructor Heather Carbonara volunteered her notary skills recently during a Wills for Heroes event at the Pittsburgh Police Force headquarters.
It’s common to see documents requiring acknowledgments that need signed by more than one person.
PAN has received the following information from several motor vehicle online service providers:
Per new PennDOT regulations, effective January 1, 2017, motor vehicle agents will no longer be permitted to select CHECK as a method for payment for any title work processed online.
We are so proud to salute our veterans, in particular, our co-workers who served our country.
Marc L. Aronson, president and CEO of PAN gave a presentation on the new notary law – the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA) and how it will affect motor vehicle paperwork during a meeting of the Online Messenger Association on Oct. 5 in Harrisburg.
On Tuesday, Oct. 4, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf signed Act 103 of 2016 (HB665) into law, which changes Pennsylvania’s power of attorney law by excluding commercial transactions from certain provisions of the law.
The Newtown Fire Association in Bucks County is in need of a few notaries to volunteer their time for the Wills for Heroes Pennsylvania event on Saturday, October 1.
According to a Daily Caller report, North Carolina is allegedly allowing illegal immigrants to become notaries.