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4117 Floral Drive Boynton Beach, FL 33436

I used Lori for my closing and was very pleased with her professionalism and pleasant demeanor. She was very thorough and double checked everything before completing the package. Would definitely use again!

Ed Bernal

Edward  Bernal on 9/9/2019 12:42:27 PM

Hello, I contacted Lori via this site info, April 2019,
she agreed she could help sign a POA for my brother who had suffered a huge medial issue. She met us at the hospital, BUT, I was very late for our meeting and in discussing with Lori why I was late, and expressed how "Important" this POA was, Lori kindly agreed to wait the extra time for me to arrive, Very Kind of her to do so, especially after business hours. Once we met and got to work on the POA signing, Lori was very warm, professional, kind and patient w/my Bro who had set backs, and she took the time to explain things to my Bro even 3x when needed.

I "Highly" recommend such a kind, professional and caring person! I will use her services again this next week, June 2019. You can trust Lori to do a great job!
Thanks Lori!

~Simona~ Boynton Beach, FL

Simona BTC on 5/30/2019 9:36:15 AM

Lori Chaisson passed the 123notary Recertification Audit Test on July 14, 2017.

Jeremy Belmont on 7/14/2017 12:59:09 PM


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