Before I begin, I should mention that you should visit this informative website if you are first of all wondering ‘What is a Notary?”. Now you should know all about it!
Most people have at least one occasion throughout life where it is necessary for them have the signing of a legal document or important paperwork witnessed by an authorized official, generally by visiting a courthouse, post office or bank. An individual who is given permission by the state government to act as a neutral witness for such signings is known as a Notary Public.
Sometimes it can be more beneficial to enlist the services of a mobile Notary Public, especially for busy companies or individuals that have difficulty reaching the correct office, or are dealing with sensitive issues such as will preparation or issue relating to divorce. A mobile notary will meet clients in their own homes or chosen venue so they can complete the signing process in privacy at their own convenience, without having to travel or wait in queues.
Using a mobile Notary Public can be an ideal choice for;
Real estate transactions – As transactions can take place in various locations, most real estate agents employ the regular use of a mobile notary to assist with the close of property sales.
Quick document notarization – If a document requires immediate attention a mobile notary can be on hand a short notice.
Mortgage and lending documents – As financial transactions are generally time sensitive most transaction require fast and reliable notarization services.
People who are unable to travel.
Individuals that are confined to prison or hospital, or who have difficulty travelling can find the services a mobile notary can offer extremely valuable.
Finding A Mobile Notary Public
Looking online is usually the most helpful way to find mobile notary services, by simply typing ‘Mobile Public Notary’ followed by your local area into your search engine will usually provide plenty of results for you to browse through. When considering which notary service to use it may be worth checking out any review sites or customer testimonials that are available.
Alternatively, check out local directory, newspapers or ask you legal adviser if they can recommend anyone to you.
You can also find about notary services at wikipedia.