Those forms on your desk have been sitting there for a while, haven’t they? Between work, soccer games, email and eldercare or just dinner with friends, I understand how challenging it can be for you to complete your [less than exciting?] paperwork. Door-to-door mobile notary service can solve your dilemma easily and efficiently.
Let Notary Abram Brown Notary Public help you to finalize your documents today!
- Door to door mobile notary public assistance
- Loan packages & E-sign loans
- Hospital & Rehab visits
- Witness signings of Wills and other documents
- Pick-up and/or drop-off documents
- Copying or printing of documents
- Small Claims Court Representative
- Custom handling for special needs
- Special mailing & shipping
Frequently Notarized Documents:
- Powers of Attorney
- Advanced Health Care Directives
- Adoption Forms
- Personal Affidavits
- Bank Account Title Changes
- Pension Verification Forms
- Requests for Birth Certificates
- Travel Authorization Letters
- 401k Distribution Change Forms
Your dad lives in Kansas and you live in New York. He no longer drives and doesn’t know how to sign his estate documents and/or banking forms. No worries! Email me the documents and I’ll print, drive to your Dad’s home, ask him to sign the forms, notarize his paperwork, and ship your paperwork back to you.
Did You Know?
A Notary Public is a person authorized by state government to officially witness signatures on legal documents, collect sworn statements and administer oaths.
Kansas Secretary of State Prohibits Online Webcam Notarizations
In case you were wondering, this news just in from Sacramento….
“Online webcam notarizations are invalid and illegal activities for Kansas notaries public.
Kansas notaries public should beware of misleading information from private companies claiming to have legal online notarization websites and legal online notarization services. Web-based platforms that purport to allow a person to submit copies of identification over the Internet and to use a webcam in lieu of a personal appearance in front of a notary public (e.g., appearance via webcam) do not meet the requirements for notarization by Kansas notaries public.”
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