Our digital notary services accommodate documents from any source and verifies the identity of the signers to ensure voluntarily agreement and signature of documents required for compliance with legal standards. The notary certifies that the signer has sworn or affirmed the truthfulness of the content in the document.
We notarize the following documents:
1. Acknowledgments: The notary verifies the identity of the signer and ensures they are voluntarily signing the document.
2. Jurats: The notary certifies that the signer has sworn or affirmed the truthfulness of the content in the document.
3. Oaths and Affirmations: The notary administers oaths or affirmations when someone needs to make a sworn statement.
4. Copy Certification: The notary certifies that a photocopy of a document is a true and accurate reproduction of the original.
5. Protests: Notaries can notarize bills of exchange or promissory notes to be used as evidence of non-payment.
6. Immigration Documents: Some notaries specialize in notarizing documents required for immigration purposes.
7. Loan Documents: Notaries are often involved in notarizing mortgage documents and other loan-related paperwork.
8. Power of Attorney: Notaries can notarize power of attorney documents, granting someone legal authority to act on behalf of another person.
9. Wills and Trusts: Notaries may be involved in notarizing wills and trust documents to ensure their validity.
10. Deeds and Real Estate Transactions: Notaries play a crucial role in notarizing property deeds and other real estate-related documents.
11. Marriage Documents: Some jurisdictions require notarization for certain marriage-related documents.
12. Parental Consent Forms: Notaries can notarize parental consent forms for various purposes, such as travel permissions for minors.
13. Estate Planning Documents: Notaries can assist with notarizing various estate planning documents, such as living trusts, advance healthcare directives, and durable powers of attorney.
14. Guardianship and Custody Documents: Notaries may be involved in notarizing guardianship agreements or custody arrangements.
15. Adoption Documents: Notaries can notarize adoption-related paperwork, including consent forms and affidavits.
16. Business Documents: Notaries may be called upon to notarize business-related documents, such as articles of incorporation, partnership agreements, and business contracts.
17. Financial Documents: Notaries can notarize various financial documents, including affidavits of financial support, loan modifications, and investment-related paperwork.
18. Insurance Documents: Notaries may assist in notarizing insurance-related documents, such as policy endorsements or claims forms.
19. Vehicle Title Transfers: Some jurisdictions require notarization for transferring vehicle titles.
20. Affidavits and Statutory Declarations: Notaries can notarize affidavits and statutory declarations, which are written statements made under oath or affirmation.
21. Certified Translations: In some cases, notaries can notarize certified translations to verify the accuracy of translated documents.
22. Professional Licenses and Certifications: Notaries may be involved in notarizing applications for professional licenses and certifications.
23. Prenuptial and Post-nuptial Agreements: Notaries can notarize prenuptial and postnuptial agreements to make them legally binding.
24. Release Forms: Notaries can notarize release forms used for various purposes, such as liability waivers or settlement agreements.
25. Name Change Documents: Notaries may notarize documents related to legal name changes.
26. Social Security and Government Documents: Some government agencies require notarization for specific documents, such as social security applications.
27. Personal Letters and Statements: Notaries can notarize personal letters or statements for various purposes.
28. Medical and Healthcare Documents: Notaries may notarize medical consent forms, living wills, and other healthcare-related documents.29. School and Education Documents: Notaries can assist in notarizing school-related documents, such as diplomas, transcripts, and permission slips.
30. Powers of Attorney for Health Care: Notaries can notarize documents granting someone the authority to make medical decisions on behalf of another person.
31. Notarized Photographs: Some jurisdictions allow notaries to notarize photographs as part of certain identification processes.
32. Transfer of Property Rights: Notaries may be involved in notarizing documents related to the transfer of property rights, such as mineral rights or intellectual property rights.
33. Elder Law Documents: Notaries can assist with notarizing documents related to elder law, such as elder care agreements and guardianship petitions.
34. Consent to Travel Documents: Notaries can notarize consent to travel documents when a minor is traveling without one or both parents.
35. Contracts: Notaries will witness and notarize various types of contracts to ensure their authenticity and validity.
36. Tenant Agreements: Notaries can notarize rental agreements and lease contracts.
37. Medical Release Forms: Notaries can notarize medical release forms, allowing the release of medical information to specific parties.
38. Notarization of Electronic Documents: Some notaries have the authority to notarize electronic documents using digital signatures and electronic notary seals.
39. Trade and Export Documents: Notaries may be involved in notarizing trade-related documents, such as certificates of origin or export invoices.
40. Banking and Financial Transactions: Notaries can assist in notarizing various banking and financial documents, such as bank account authorizations or loan applications.
41. Employment Verification: Notaries can notarize documents related to employment verification, such as job offer letters or employment contracts.
42. Court Documents: Notaries may be required to notarize court-related documents, including affidavits, depositions, and court orders.
43. Digital Notarization: Some jurisdictions have adopted digital notarization processes, allowing notaries to perform notarial acts remotely using audio-visual technology.
44. Remote Online Notarization (RON): In jurisdictions that allow RON, notaries can notarize documents online without the signer physically present.
45. Apostille Services: Apostille services are commonly required for various documents that need to be used internationally, such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, academic diplomas, and legal agreements. The apostille simplifies the process of document authentication, as it eliminates the need for further consular legalization or other forms of authentication in the receiving country.
46. Process Serving: The process server will typically deliver the documents directly to the individual named in the legal papers. Once the delivery is made, the process server may be required to provide an affidavit or certificate of service, which is a notarized document affirming that the service was completed according to the law.
47. Fingerprinting Services: Fingerprinting involves taking the fingerprints of individuals for identification and verification purposes. This service is often required for various purposes, such as background checks for employment, licensing, visa applications, adoption processes, and other official or legal requirements.48. Safe Deposit Box Witnessing: Notaries can serve as witnesses when individuals open or access safe deposit boxes at financial institutions.
49. Annuity and Investment Documents: Notaries may notarize annuity contracts and investment-related paperwork.
50. Living Trust Amendments: Notaries can assist with notarizing amendments to living trust documents.
51. Personal Identification Certifications: Notaries can certify copies of identification documents, such as passports or driver’s licenses.
52. Veterinary Documents: Notaries may notarize documents related to the transfer of pet ownership or other veterinary matters.
53. Last Will and Testament Witnessing: Notaries can serve as witnesses during the signing of last will and testament documents.
54. Vehicle-related Documents: Notaries can notarize documents related to vehicle ownership, such as vehicle title transfers and bill of sale.
55. Oil and Gas Lease Agreements: Notaries may be involved in notarizing oil and gas lease agreements.
56. Promissory Notes: Notaries can notarize promissory notes, which are written promises to repay a debt.
57. Sworn Statements and Affidavits of Support: Notaries can notarize sworn statements and affidavits of support for various purposes.
58. Out-of-State Documents: Notaries can notarize documents intended for use in other states or countries.
59. Reverse Mortgage Documents: Notaries may be involved in notarizing reverse mortgage agreements.
60. Personal Financial Statements: Notaries can notarize personal financial statements for various purposes, such as loan applications or credit approvals.
61. Admission and Enrollment Documents: Notaries can notarize admission and enrollment-related documents for educational institutions.
62. Employment Authorization Documents: Notaries may notarize documents related to employment authorization and eligibility.
63. Public Record Requests: Notaries can notarize requests for public records.
64. Maritime Documents: Notaries may be involved in notarizing maritime-related documents, such as ship protests or maritime agreements.
65. Professional Affiliations: Notaries can notarize documents related to professional affiliations or memberships.
66. Bankruptcy Documents: Notaries may notarize documents related to bankruptcy proceedings.