Response from the owner - 2 weeks ago
Hello Matthew, we are very sorry for your unfortunate situation. Unfortunately, we have no control over the law. Only legal guardians may sign a binding document on behalf of a minor. In the past, if the parent could not be present at check in, this meant that the guardians had to print a paper waiver, go the bank or other source and get a Notary Public stamp. In our efforts to simplify the process, this may now all be done online with a simple electronic form, and email (this takes less than 5 minutes). Hopefully your parents will come in with your brother or be willing to get these documents emailed soon so you can visit us. It's important to note that the waiver is a one-time requirement. Once we have the form on file, it's not required for future visits.