Notary publics are appointed by the State government, Governor, or Lieutenant Governor. In some cases, they may also be appointed by the State Legislature. Their job as public notaries is to act as witnesses to the signing process of different legal documents. They are there to confirm the identity of the person signing the document. A notary public cannot offer any legal advice or prepare legal documents, with a few exceptions such as Puerto Rico and Louisiana. In some states such as Massachusetts, notaries may draft protests against promissory notes and dishonored checks.
Mobile Notary Service
Most Bostonians will need a notary public at some point in time because it is mandatory for many documents to be notarized. Finding a reputable notary public can be time-consuming especially when you need one within short notice or after hours. If you don’t already have a notary public in your staff then a mobile notary service is just what you are looking for. Our Mobile notary service agents will travel to your location and at a time that is suitable for you, saving you precious time and money.
Best Mobile Notary
I needed my mortgage refinancing documents notarized and overnighted back to my bank but as a single mom, I am working full time and had no spare time to get this job done. I was stressed! Until a coworker suggested your service. Not only that the notary came to my place of work, he also took the documents back with him and overnighted them for me at a small cost. Truly, a lifesaver! A+++
Jessica Monihan Brookline MA