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A non-expired government-issued photo ID such as a driver’s license, identity card, or passport is required for all parties who will be signing documents.
Your document needs to be notarized. Please be familiar with the contents, as we cannot give legal advice (please see disclaimer).
All blank spaces should be filled in, but DO NOT sign the document. That must be completed in front of the notary.
Affidavits \ Lease Agreements \ Power of Attorneys \ Grant Deeds \ Living Wills \ last Will and testaments \ Advanced Health Directives \ vehicle title transfers \ mortgage loan documents \ I9 employment verifications, and much more.
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(If other times are required, please call and we will do our best to accommodate you).
We travel to homes, offices, and other places of employment, senior communities, hospitals, ATL airport, local libraries, and other mutually convenient meeting locations.
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WHAT WE DO
• Copy Certification
• Oaths / Affirmations
• Signature Witnessing
• Lease Agreements
• Power of Attorneys
• Advanced Health Directives
A number of documents may need to be notarized to be valid when it comes to protecting your personal assets. Here are a few examples: A last Will and Testament, an Advance Directive, a Trust, filing custody agreements, and Power of Attorney (POAs).
An affidavit is a written statement that can be used as evidence in court. For it to be admissible, it must be notarized by a notary public. The affiant (the person signing the affidavit) will appear before the Notary, who will verify their identity. The affiant will declare to the Notary that they have willingly signed the affidavit. A notary acknowledgment is signed and stamped by the Notary and will be attached to the affidavit.
Adoption is the legal process in which children who will not be raised by their birth parents become full and permanent legal members of another family. As adoption is a legal process, a notarized signature confirms for the court that the person whose signature appears on the notarization document is the person who signed the official adoption papers. The Notary will verify the identities of all the signers, will witness the signatures on the papers, and confirm that all signers did so willingly and not under duress. Notarization confirms the authenticity of the signatures.
Suppose a certificate mentions that the signer has ‘sworn’ to or ‘affirmed‘ the statements in a document. In that case, an oath or affirmation must be administered by a notary. In addition, an oath or affirmation is required when a credible witness comes to identify a document signer who is unknown to you and who does not or is unable to present the required identification.
Anytime a piece of real estate changes hands a deed is required. A deed is a legal document used to transfer ownership of property from one party to another. In all cases, a deed must be notarized.
In general, there is no obligation for a contract to be notarized for it to be enforceable. However, if one party of the agreement wants to go to court, notarization helps. This is because notaries identify the person signing the document and confirm the person’s signature. A notarized document proves that the person who objects to the agreement was the person who signed it. A notarized document is not necessary, but it is helpful if your contract is ever taken to court.
A lot of paperwork is associated with a divorce, and some documents will need to be notarized. If a form needs to be notarized, it will typically have the notary acknowledgment wording, with a space for the notary signature and a space for the stamp or seal. When a form needs to be notarized, it is important not to sign it beforehand. The Notary needs to witness the signature to notarize it. A divorce attorney will clarify which forms need to be notarized.
The key difference between notarization and legalization is who does the verification. A notary will verify your signature on a document, but legalization verifies the Notary’s signature, which is usually performed by the secretary of state’s office or the state’s Notary commissioning agency. Legalization can mean getting an apostille certificate, getting consular legalization, or both.
SignRight Mobile Notary Services and the Owner Nicky Holsey are so professional. It was such a convenience for her to come our home and she brought the necessary witnesses which helped us tremendously. Will not hesitate to work with her again!
Why Choose Our Service
Employers with out-of-state or work-at-home employees are required to verify the identity of their employees in compliance with the Department of Homeland Security. We therefore provide services as ‘authorized representatives’ for employers who require their staff to verify employment eligibility using Form I-9.
We offer signing agent services for real estate transactions. Our agents have the experience needed to ensure that your documents are executed correctly. Flat fee pricing includes obtaining client signatures, notarization, scan backs, and Fed Ex or UPS drop-off.
We provide credible witnesses for individuals who need documents notarized and are unable to provide their own for the notarizations. Our witnesses meet all the criteria to perform this service.
We can provide local delivery services for your legal documents upon completion. Our agents will pick up and deliver your documents to any location within the south Metro Atlanta area. We also provide courier service to Fed Ex and UPS for a flat fee.
Using various methods to properly obtain fingerprints and turn those prints into digital or physical records, we will soon be able to provide this service for background checks, employment screenings, and government or criminal justice purposes.
As we are not attorneys, we are not at liberty to provide legal advice or attest to the truthfulness, accuracy, or validity of documents you wish to have notarized. Any important questions about your document should be directed to the person/entity that gave you the document or to an attorney.