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Old Nov 30, 12, 8:11 am
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TMOliver
 
Join Date: Apr 2005
Location: Central Texas
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Once, long ago, having been called to appear in court in Scotland as a "Guardian of the Person', I'll suggest that a document more acceptably appreciated than a "notarized letter" can be accomplished by essentially the same type letter officially filed in a local court (in Texas, before the County Judge), recorded, and with you carrying a certified copy of same. Takes only a few moments, minimal filing fee, and the stamps and certifications lend a lot of weight in foreign places, wrapped up as they often are in the trappings of officialdom.
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