Various Documents That Require Notarization

  They are various documents that require that require notarization. Some of which many of us are very familiar with. These include Power of Attorney, Deed of Trust, Permission to Travel Consent for A Minor, Loan Documents, Sworn Statements, Quitclaim Deeds, Spousal Waiver for liquidating a 401k, Compliance Agreement, Bill […] Read more »

The Best Medicine

Recently I posted a blog about performing mobile notary service for an elderly woman in an assisted living center. The type of notary service was a Power of Attorney. The notarized documents would provide this woman and her family the rights they needed to remove her from a neglectful assisted […] Read more »

Threads Of Warmth

I received a request to perform mobile notary service from a client that found me on Yelp so after a brief phone conversation we scheduled the notary appointment. The day of mobile notary service I realized that I had a gap between appointments. This often occurs in a mobile notary […] Read more »

Notarizing an Out of State Acknowledgement

I often get asked numerous questions  when a client needs a notarization on a document from another state. California notary laws have a few restrictions if a California notary puts their notary stamp on an out of state acknowledgement. If the document has the word “sworn”  a California Jurat must […] Read more »

Appointment

How often in our busy lives do we wait until the last minute even for the most important things? I can’t tell you how many times I’ve received a phone call and the person needs their Power of Attorney, Advance Health Care Directive, Medical Power of Attorney, Special or Limited […] Read more »

Appreciation For A Mobile Notary Everyone in life wants to feel appreciated! From the Mobile Notary, to the attorney, the nursing home administrator, escrow officer and title agent, etc., we all want to be appreciated. How often in life do we feel appreciated for our hard work and efforts by […] Read more »

Request for Illegal Notarization

Recently I was called for a last-minute emergency notary. It was s a typical type of notarization–the client had to have the documents notarized because he had a court appointment the following morning. As I started to review the documents I noticed his attorney hadn’t supplied paperwork that conformed with […] Read more »

Notarizing For a Veteran

I recently received a call to notarize a common form that relates to a pension. I scheduled what seemed to be a traditional notary. When I entered into the clients home, the lady that greeted me was using a walker and the gentleman that I was performing notary services for […] Read more »