In the State of Michigan the answer is yes, pursuant to MCL 55.293 (for a full copy of the statutory law, please go to our website at

A Notary may sign any document on behalf of a signer who, due to physical a disability, cannot execute a document without assistance. The Notary must be directed by the individual to sign either orally or by electronic communication (if the signer is unable to speak). Once the Notary has signed the individual’s name in their presence, the Notary must inscribe under the signature “Signature affixed pursuant to Michigan Notary Public Act”.

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