Frequently Asked Questions

» What is a Notary Public?
Notary Publics are public officials that protects the public from “forgery fraud” of documentations and
agreements, in order to protect your assets and valuables, such as your identity, home , bank accounts ,
businesses , and your family, just to name a few.
A Notary Public is defined as a person of proven integrity, appointed by government to serve the public as an
impartial witness in order to verify a signer of a document then certified the document with a notarized seal .
Once notarized, your document will be approved for your desired transaction or its intended purpose.
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» What does it means to Notarize? 
        To attest in one’s capacity as a Notary Public, to the authentication of a signature to assure the signature is not forged.
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» What do I need to bring to a Notary Public?
1) Identification:
 he signer(s) MUST be present at the time of signing and notarizing the document.
2) The “Signer” of the document: The signer(s) must provide valid Identification to prove their identity.
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» What Identification Cards (ID) are Acceptable?
State Driver’s License or State issued ID Card , Passport , Military ID Card .
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» How much to Notarize a Document?
$30 for service cost and $7 for one document and $5 for all additional
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» Do you accept debit/credit cards ?
         
As a mobile notary, the service fee is required at beginning of appointment.

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» What is an Power of Attorney?
        A legal document that permits you to appoint someone you trust , to act in your place in handling important matters
on your behalf.
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How long is the Notary Process?
Usually , the notary process only takes a few minutes.

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