Who Places the Initials on the Bottom of Each Page on Standard Legals’ Documents

The person who is the primary signator of the legal documents being created should place his or her initials at the bottom of each page, on the small lines provided on each Standard Legal form. These initials should be made at the time of the signing of the documents, and done so in front of any witnesses or the notary. The initials simply signify that each page is a valid part of the entire legal document that is signed at the end; as such, the initials made should be from the same person who is making the primary final signature.