WHAT IS A NOTARY?

A notary manages and witnesses signatures on official documents. They verify the identity of the individuals signing the documents and check to make sure they're signing without any pressure or intimidation. They are impartial and their work helps to prevent fraud.


**Please note notaries are not attorneys and do not offer any legal advice. 


THE ANSWER TO FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:​ 

Q: Are all signers to be present?
A: All signing must be present at the time of signing (unless it is a split signing)
Q: Are you required to have a valid ID?

A: You must have a valid Government or State-issued photo ID, such as a driver's license or passport.

Q: Must you have all documents to be notarized with you at signing?

A: Documents to be notarized must be in your possession.

Q: Do all documents require a witness?

A: Some documents require the signature of witnesses but not all. 

Q: Must the witness be present with ID?

A: Yes, Witnesses must be present at the appointment with valid ID. (If you can't provide witnesses, we can provide them).

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