Everyday Solutions for The Rural Mobile Notary: 4 Needed Low Tech Devices

Electronics letting you down? The 2D solution!

If there is one thing I am experienced in its being in the middle of nowhere and suddenly ……….no GPS updates.

What do you do? Here are four low tech items every rural mobile notary should have handy.

1. A simple road map (largest scale available for the area).

2. A compass.

I keep an old boy scout compass handy. This is extremely useful in those which way should I go intersections.

3. Print your Directions

There is nothing worse than having a technical malfunction in the field. Printing your directions can be a real life saver.

4. Utilize Your Vehicles Trip Counter.

Make sure to reset your trip mileage for each leg of your trip. If you routinely provide services in a rural area like West Virginia. I recommend making this a habit. Having printed driving directions you and resetting your trip mileage on each leg of your destination can help make sense of where you are heading.

Suquamish Tribal Appeals Court rules for Guardianship Hearing while YINOC

The Suquamish Court of Appeals in an opinion and order filed in Suquamish Tribal Court on November 17th, 2016, ruled that guardianship hearings can be heard when children are adjudicated Youth-In -Need-of-Care (as defined by the tribal code). Guardianship Hearings must be heard with-in the statutory 40 days unless continued for good cause.