Introduction: Our mission is to provide an efficient service coupled with transparency and integrity in each notarial act. Our sole purpose is to protect the community from identity theft and fraud. Everyone should have a trusted notary on speed dial, and we look forward to being your new mobile notary!
My 10 years in the Leasing & Property Management field has forged a work ethic that embraces the get it done yesterday mentality. Each day, I renew that promise to myself and our clients in the hopes of professional growth and diversity.
**We are NOT attorneys and do NOT offer legal advise. **
We are bonded & insured.
Notary Publics are commissioned and authorized by law to perform six basic duties:
■ Administer oaths or affirmations
■ Take acknowledgments
■ Attest to photocopies of certain documents
■ Solemnize marriage
■ Verify vehicle identification numbers (VINs)
■ Certify the contents of a safe-deposit box
Documents that may require an oath, affirmation, or acknowledgment include:
Power of Attorney
Commencement of Construction
Quit Claim Deeds
Articles of Incorporation
Last Will & Testament
Certification of Safe Deposit Box contents
Other Service Provided
Passport Application Notarization & Mobile Passport Photo Printing
Mobile Ink Fingerprinting
Certified Notary Permit Runner
We offer virtual notarization or online notarization from the comfort of your office, home, or anywhere else (worldwide). You simply use the internet using your phone, or computer devices to connect with us and get your document notarized.
WHAT IS A REMOTE ONLINE NOTARY?
Remote Online Notaries use a dedicated platform that integrates into one system a video conference capability, and multi-factor methods for verifying the identity of the signer that uniquely applies to remote online notarizations. You will have to provide an unsigned copy of the document that needs to be notarized.
How does this work?
The notary public will receive your document and upload it to the signing platform.
2) Confirm Identity via KBA security questions
-be a U.S. Citizen or US Legal Resident
-have a social security number
3) Meet the notary through an audio/video session
4)Pay for Services
5)Receive notarized documents