Notarization is the official fraud-deterrent process that assures the parties of a transaction that a document is authentic, and can be trusted. It is a three-part process, performed by a Notary Public, that includes of vetting, certifying and record-keeping. Notarizations are sometimes referred to as “notarial acts.”
A Notary Public is an official of integrity appointed by by state government to serve the public as an impartial witness in performing a variety of official fraud-deterrent acts related to the signing of important documents. I hold license as legal document preparer and a notary for the State of Arizona.
If you need to meet me closer to your home, at your home, or just anywhere within 50 miles from Anthem, I provide mobile notary services.
REMOTE AND ONLINE:
When you need to notarize your documents and you are familiar with technology, let’s do it all online.
I use a friendly platform and we can arrange the appointment at your convenience and from just about anywhere! You do not have to be in Arizona to notarize your documents remotely!
1. Contact me to let me know about the document(s) that you need to get notarized and including the number of signatures. Provide the desired time for your session.
2. Receive the email from me with the link to our notary online meeting
3. Follow the simple instructions before we meet. You will need your document (s) ready for upload, your cell phone with camera, your driver’s license and a credit or debit card. First signature is $25 and every consecutive signature is $6.
4. Once our session is completed, you will receive your signed and notarized document ready to print or use online.
5. IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING THE FEE: Your fee is paid directly to One Notary, online notary platform accepted in all 50 States.
My fee is waived for all my paralegal clients. For clients who need notarization only, my fee is $10 for each document notarized.
TRADITIONAL NOTARY SERVICES:
Included with all documents requiring notarization that I prepare for my clients.
Occupational regulations can be found in HOUSE BILL, 2612
American Notary History Trivia:
Why Notaries Are Appointed by Individual States
Have you ever wondered why notaries are appointed by the states in which they live rather than a central authority in the U.S. that appoints all notaries public? When the original thirteen colonies formed into a union and wrote a constitution under which to operate, nothing was mentioned about appointing notaries in the document.
In the beginning, most state laws said that only men could qualify to serve as notaries! Notably, women were never excluded from appointment to office in New York and a few other states. Some states allowed minors to be eligible for a notary appointment while others said that if you held the office of stockholder, director, cashier, teller, or clerk in any bank or banking institution, you were excluded from being able to serve as a notary public.
By the turn of the century, all states required notaries to execute an oath of office before performing notarial tasks, a practice that is still in effect today.