I think we all know that most all banks will no longer provide Notary Services for WILLS.
I have found that Bank of America is increasingly narrowing what they will (or more importantly - - WON'T) notarize.
I was denied notary for an IRA Benefit designation change, because the form did not call for nor have space for a notary statement and stamp. Those are fully authorized by our state with what is known as a "short form" which is a standalone cover page for the Notary to use for this purpose.
I had to go next door to CHASE, who happily handled it without a problem.
So point of this post to check with your Bank or Credit Union first for any form that does not already have a specific spot for the notary. AND, beware that Bank of America is no longer a good place for Notary services.
I have used Bank of America for decades, but I think they are getting harder and harder to do business with and maybe time to look elsewhere. Telephone calls these days to them are next to impossible with extended wait times.