Speaking as a Notary Public, did you know that when you are signing legal documents you can stamp your name on that document instead of actually signing it?
You may have noticed when working with title documents that often after or next to the signature line of the document it may say "seal". Seal is just a confusing way of saying your stamp or "your mark".
Why do I bring this up?
In the last month I conducted three signing where I wished the signer had a name stamp. Most of the closings I conduct involve 100 to 250 pages. Imagine these:
#1) A closing with a blind signer. I had to position his hand on each document. Out of about 50 pages his signature ended up on the line once.
#2) A signer who was mentally competent but slow. It took her about a full minute per signature.
#3) A signer with severe arthritis. It took him about 30 seconds to sign and each signature was very painful.
These three signings got me thinking why not buy a signature stamp for $30.00 and have it for the rest of ones life. We may not need it today but you never know when it may come in handy.