Question: What is a Notary Public?
Answer: 
A Notary Public is an official of integrity appointed by state government —typically by the secretary of state — to serve the public as an impartial witness in performing a variety of official fraud-deterrent acts related to the signing of important documents. These official acts are called notarizations, or notarial acts. Notaries are publicly commissioned as “ministerial” officials, meaning that they are expected to follow written rules without the exercise of significant personal discretion, as would otherwise be the case with a “judicial” official. 

Question: What is a Mobile Notary?
Answer: A Mobile Notary is a Notary Public who travels to meet clients in-person.  Usually, you must make an appointment and wait to meet a mobile notary at a specified time and location.  

I travel to your location including your home, hospitals, nursing homes, hospice, senior living facilities, etc. to notarize living wills, medical directives, power of attorney, wills and more.

I travel to your location to notarize adoption papers, automobile finance forms, child travel consent documents, child support forms, deeds, divorce papers, lease agreements, trusts, and more.

Moyer Paralegal Services, Ltd. charges a travel fee based on your location. Travel fees are always quoted upfront and travel fees must be agreed upon before a notary will perform any duties. Travel fees are separate from Notary fees. Notary Fee is only $5.00 per notarization!

Notary Services for the following:
Attorneys and Law firms
Police Departments
Bail Bond Companies
Jails, Group Homes and Rehabilitation Facilities
Social Workers
Fire Departments
Emergency Medical Services (EMS)
Businesses (large or small)
Residential Homes
Assisted Living Facilities, Hospices, Hospitals, Nursing Homes and Urgent Care Facilities
Schools, colleges, and universities (I notarize the Identity & Statement of Educational Purpose)
Structured Settlement Firms
Unclaimed Asset Firms
Tax Loan Businesses
Associations and Groups
Construction Sites
Automobile Dealerships
Car Titles
Travel Agencies
FedEx/UPS offices


I also assist with I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification!
A little-known provision of Form I-9 rules allows the employer to designate an “Authorized Representative” to complete Form I-9. The employer may authorize anyone (except the new hire himself) to review the I-9 form and identification documents; describe the documents on the form; and complete the Section 2 Certification.
A Notary Public is an excellent choice to be an “Authorized Representative”. Employers often direct their new remote hires to contact a Notary because they are easy to find, and because notaries are accustomed to identifying their clients, reviewing official documents and witnessing signatures.

I-9 form verification training from Notary 2 Pro

 

 

 

 

Notary Training:
Your Responsibilities as a Notary Public – NALS, The Association for Legal Professionals
Notary Essentials Course – National Notary Association

David A. Moyer, NNA Notary Ambassador (R)