Mobile Notary Services
General Notary Service
Wills and Testament
Power of Attorney
Advanced Healthcare Directives
Deeds/Loan Modifications/Real Estate purchases
I-9 Employment Verification
Car Title/Auto Affidavit
- The document or form requiring notarization must be filled out. Notaries do not draw up documents or help you w/ filling out the document.
- All signer(s) must be present at the time of the appointment.
- All signer(s) must provide an original up to date photo I.D. (no copies or expired I.D.’s)
- The signer(s) must be of sound mind, alert, and mentally competent.
- The signer must want to sign the document being notarized.
- The signer is not physically present at the time of the appointment.
- The document is incomplete or blank.
- The signer had been adjudicated mentally incapacitated and had not been restored to capacity as a matter of record.
- The signer could not produce acceptable identification; valid legal government issued identification.
- The signer appeared to be intoxicated, sedated, or disoriented.
- The Notary knew, was informed, or suspected that the transaction was illegal, false, or deceptive.
- The signer did not speak English and the Notary did not speak the signer’s language.
- The Notary believed that the signer was being coerced or did not understand the consequences of signing the document.
- The signer or witnesses did not agree to sign the document.
Other Notary Services
Frequently Asked Questions
A Notary public is a public official whose powers and duties are defined by statute. A Notary acts as an official, impartial witness to help prevent fraud, a unbiased witness to the identity and signature of the person who comes before the notary for a specific purpose. The person may be taking an oath, giving oral or written testimony, or signing acknowledging his or her signature on a legal document. In each case, the notary attests that the person appearing before the Notary is who that person claims to be.
There are 5 basic acts: 1) taking acknowledgements, 2) administering oaths and affirmations, 3) Certifying affidavits or depositions, 4) certifying “true copies” of documents, 5) performing jurats
No, notarizing does not mean the document is true.
A Notary Signing Agent or NSA is a Notary who has special training to handle loan document signings. Title companies and signing services hire NSAs to deliver loan documents to borrowers, oversee the signing and return the documents.
No. Identification must be up to date and have the same name as the documents being signed.
No we are not like attorney’s, we do not practice law or give legal advice. All the legal terms are explained and defined in the document. If you have more detailed questions we always defer to whoever drew up the documents.