And you are welcome to do that.I'm going to bow out of this with an "agree to disagree"
I posted a link to Arizona's notary manual with Arizona laws. If Mommasita wishes to read through what is provided there and discuss it with a lawyer in Arizona who can personally review the documents that were signed, she can do that.
I think the signatures on the documents should have been notarized by someone other than the husband's attorney, though. But, even if the attorney should have had the signatures notarized by a different notary, I am not sure what difference this makes to Mommasita's case. It might make no difference.