Those Uncommon Notary Scenarios: What To Do

We’re all very familiar with the general responsibilities of the Notary Public, and the necessity to make sure we, as notaries, are conducting ourselves in accordance with the rules.   We all know the responsibility we have to make sure we are dealing with the proper parties. Checking a signer’s identity seems like pretty basic stuff, … Continue reading Those Uncommon Notary Scenarios: What To Do

The Missing Link – Training Your Employees

It is well known that the title industry is under attack.  Many agents are scrambling to keep up with the ever-changing landscape of protecting their finances, business and client data.  One key component to reducing risk to your business is training employees on the daily security risks they encounter.  Although maintaining a properly secure and … Continue reading The Missing Link – Training Your Employees

Domestic Relations and It’s Impact on Closing

Elizabeth “Libba” McKenzie is a solo practitioner in the area of family law and social security disability.  Her office is located in Fairfax, Va.  She has represented clients in the Northern Virginia area for more than twelve years. -- I sat down with Elizabeth McKenzie (“Libba”), who is a domestic relations attorney in the Northern … Continue reading Domestic Relations and It’s Impact on Closing

VLTA Welcomes New Members

Virginia Land Title Association would like to extend a warm welcome to the new members from January - March 2019. Titlesurance, LLCChesapeake, VAIntegrity Title Company, LLCOrange, VAThe Americas Title Group, LLCAlexandria, VAUnited One, Inc.Wilkes-Barre, PAS&T Title, LLCReston, VAAbsolute Surety, LLCOrlando, FLCapital OneTysons, VACustomers BankPhoenixville, PABoundary Street TitleAlexandria, VARatified Title GroupManassas, VAAmerican Financial Network, Inc.Sarasota, FLLytle … Continue reading VLTA Welcomes New Members