Notarized Legal Documents for Bill of Sale, Divorce, Powers of Attorney & More
If you’re a lawyer, you’re aware of the importance of making sure that your filings are clear and unambiguous for the long and short-term interests of your clients.
Many, if not most, important legal documents require notarization. Divorce documents, for example, must be notarized. Automobile bills of sale must be notarized in some states, and while a promissory note generally does not require a notary, it will almost certainly be easier to enforce if it the signatures are in fact notarized. All power of attorney must be notarized, particularly where real estate is concerned, but as with all legal documents, a notary public signature is a wise precaution in this or for any transaction where repudiation is potentially a concern.
We Travel Wherever You Need a Notary
If your client is elderly, ill, or physically incapacitated, it can be difficult to travel to a notary’s office. We will meet you at a hospital, nursing home, or your patient’s home if that becomes necessary, or at your office or another location if you prefer. Reduce preparation time by having us come to you. We are proud of our record of impeccable customer service and fast, effective document processing by traveling wherever and whenever you need us, 24/7.
You can get more done and represent your clients better when you don’t have to worry about lining up a legal document notary every time your client needs to file a response to an interrogatory. Let us take that worry out of this process by acting as your signing agent for your lawsuit.