A Mobile Notary is a public officer who is certified to witness and confirm the signing of documents. Our notary Public service "travels to your location" to notarize documents. We come to you for all of your notary needs.
Remote online notary services nationwide a signer personally appears before the Notary at the time of the notarization using audio-visual technology over the internet instead of being physically present in the same room.
A Certified Loan Signing Agent are Notaries and loan signing agents (LSAs) who provide essential services for legal transactions. A loan signing agent notarizes and certifies financial and legal documentation related to loan documents.
Notary acknowledgment is a sworn statement made by a notary public who witnesses a person sign a document. The purpose of an acknowledgement is for a person who swears to an affidavit whose identity has been verified, to affirm to a notary public that he or she has willingly signed an affidavit.
A Notarial Certificate is a written statement, signed and sealed by the notary public, certifying the facts of a notarial act. The two most common notarial acts a notary will be asked to perform are administering oaths and taking acknowledgments.
A Remote Online Notary Service Nationwide offers notary service anywhere Nationwide. Documents can be notarized remotely electronically. Remote online notarization is also called webcam notarization, online notarization or virtual notarization.
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A Deed package is used to secure real estate transactions which contain essential legal documents that are used for financing of real estate by using a Contract for Deed and are State Specific.
A Mortgage Package is a loan secured by real estate and in which the personal property is included in the purchase price.
A Real Estate Closing is the final process in the buying and selling of real estate
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A Power of Attorney (POA or DPOA) authorizes someone else to manage certain matters, such as health care or finances on your behalf. If a power of attorney is durable, it remains in effect if you become incapacitated due to an accident or illness.
A Will is a legally executed declarations of individuals' wishes in regard to their property or estate after death.
A LIVING WILL is a written declarations regarding prolongation of life by extraordinary means.
A I-9 is when an employer designates a Notary Public or other individual to complete a Form I-9, that person is designated as an "authorized representative." The representative is simply asked to certify that the appropriate identity documents were presented and witnessed.
An Affidavit is a sworn written statement of facts, made under oath, and under penalty of perjury, that the statements are true to the best of his or her knowledge. The person making the oath signs the affidavit form in front of a witness, most commonly a notary public, who verifies the identity of the person signing (the “signatory”).
A Health Care Directive is a general term for a legal document with instructions on how you want to be treated in serious medical situations when you are incapacitated or unable to express your wishes. The directive appoints an agent to make health care decisions for you when you can no longer do it yourself, be it because of a severe injury or illness.
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Emergency Notary Service is available at needed designated location. Emergency service may include documents such as for sudden relevant circumstances.
Examples may include:
Short Notice Notary Service is a notary service can be same day service or at a moments notice. May include unforeseen circumstances.
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A Immediate Notary Service is available for your convenience.
Examples may include changes, additions or amendments.
Client Requirements: You must have State issued photo ID. In accordance with state law. A minor or person must appear before the notary public and required to provide a government- issued Photo ID that meets the criteria under Pennsylvania Notary Law. A minors identity can sometimes be a problem, especially if he or she does not have acceptable identification.
Legal Disclaimer: Notary Public reserves the right to accept or reject any notary service at their discretion. All documentation must comply with state law requirements in order to complete notarization. We do not give out any legal advice or draw up legal documentation, we are NOT attorneys.
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