Notary Services for the General Public

General Notary Work

If you have:
 
  • Documents to be Notarized on hand
  • A Valid (Non-Expired), US Drivers License, Passport, or State Issued ID
  • You or the party to sign Are Willing and Able To Sign
  • You or the party to sign understand the document to be signed 
  • Notaries do not go over your documents with you. Their sole purpose is to ensure you are who you say you are through proper identification (directed by the State Level) and make sure you are willing to sign the document infront of you.
     

Legal Documents

Notaries do not practices law and may not give legal advice. This includes generating or creating legal documents.

Any Notary that creates a document for you may be exercising legal powers or authority that exceeds their scope of business and could very well ruin the validity of the document they generate.
 
We can, however, point you in the right direction to companies such as Legal Shield for which at a low cost can gain you access to a variety of Attorney services in which you may obtain these documents with confidence in their validity. 

Legal Shield provides indivudals families access to affordable Attorney Services.

 

Real Estate Signing

If you are:
 
  • Purchasing, Selling, or Refinancing a home and have been sent documents for your transaction and told by an Escrow, Title, or Attorney's Office to have certain documents Notarized and want someone to explain the documents to you
  • Have a valid (Non-Expired), US Drivers License, Passport, or State Issued ID
  • You or the party to sign Are Willing and Able To Sign
  • This type of Notarization is called a Loan Signing and it's conducted by Notaries who carry extra credentials to stay within their scope of business as a Notary but still make your transaction easier for you.
  • This service is only for the General Public regular Escrow, Title, and Attorney Clients should book through their online portal provided.