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I come from another country, and I need to hire a lawyer. Aren't notary publics actually lawyers?

A "notary public," "accountant," or "certified public accountant" is not necessarily a lawyer. Do not assume that titles such as notary public mean the same thing as similar words in your own language.

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>>I come from another country, and I need to hire a lawyer. Aren't notary publics actually lawyers?


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