What is A Notary

A notary is a publicly commissioned official who serves as an impartial witness to the signing of a legal document. Document signings where the services of a notary are likely to include real estate deeds, affidavits, wills, trusts, and powers of attorney. The main reason a notary is used is to deter fraud.

A notary, also referred to as a notary public, can be used as a way to create a trustworthy environment for the parties to an agreement. For a document to be notarized, it must contain a stated commitment. The document must also contain original signatures from the parties involved.

Prior to the signing of a document, notaries ask for photo identification from the participating parties. A notary can refuse to authenticate a document if uncertain about the identity of the signing parties or there is evidence of fraud. The document then receives a notarial certificate and the seal of the notary who witnessed the signings.

How do I help?

My main role in Notary I can help with administer oaths/affirmations, witness or attest signatures and certify copies. I Can help with different documents depending on the clients need, documents can be POA papers, Living Wills, Travel Consent forms, Apostilles services  and notarizing  car titles.I Can travel to clients homes, offices, nursing home or other locations.

Each services is different I will have phone calls through out the day for travel consent forms for minor children, affidavits , or help notarizing  POA, living will and  etc.

Each document is made to the clients preference & I will translate documents as well.