MOBILE NOTARY

I can notarize all sorts of documents and legal instruments, including but not limited to:

  • Last Wills and Testaments
  • Affidavits
  • Medical Disclosures
  • Medical License Renewals
  • Titles
  • Designations of Healthcare Surrogates (also known as a Healthcare Proxy)
  • Durable Powers of Attorney
  • Living Wills
  • Living Trusts
  • Adoption Papers
  • Documents related to vehicle dealer compliance (odometer verification, title, etc.)
  • Tow Company Permission Letters
  • Inter-district School Transfer Permission Forms
  • Permission for Minor to Travel Without a Parent or Guardian
  • Out-of-state documents (to be notarized in compliance with NYS notary law)

Court Filings and document retrieval are also available! Call or email for pricing.

APOSTILLE SERVICE

APOSTILLE (as defined by Merriam-Webster)a document used in international law that is issued by a government in accordance with the Hague Convention and that certifies that another document has been signed by a notary public

Why spend excessive hours attempting to get an apostille when you can have a professional notary do it for you? I can obtain an apostille for your birth certificate, power of attorney, university diploma or transcript, divorce decree, and more! I will work with you step-by-step to ensure you have the proper forms completed along with the necessary documentation in order for your apostille to be valid.

Please call for pricing as some apostille tasks may require notarization of multiple documents, along with a trip to both the county clerk’s office, the Department of State, and then personally returning the apostilled documents to you. Alternatively, I can arrange to have the apostilled documents sent back to you by USPS or private courier (postage/shipping fees will result in an additional charge for this method).

NOTE: In any case where the country in question is not a Hague-participant, an “authentication” will be provided by the NYS DOS, rather than an apostille. All this means is that some additional steps may need to be taken, such as obtaining additional document validity through the United States Department of State in Washington, DC, and then the embassy/consulate (or other appropriate entity) of the country for which the documents will be used.

Please click here for a list of Hague-participating states throughout the world:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apostille_Convention#List_of_contracting_states

In the event you need to order copies of vital records, here is the link to a website you may find useful:

https://www.vitalchek.com/

NOTARY SIGNING AGENT

In addition to general notary work, I am also able to provide signing agent services, thanks to having successfully passed a rigorous course from Loan Signing SystemTM. Additionally, I possess experience walking borrowers carefully and diligently through refinancing, purchase, and post-closing loan documents.

I am equipped with a dual-tray laser printer and portable scanner, adding another level of efficiency to my services.

I-9 FORM VERIFICATION*

Are you applying for an employment position but your employer has directed you to seek out someone to verify your I-9 form? Look no further! I can act as your authorized representative.

In the most simple terms, an I-9 form originates from the U.S. Department of Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The form is used to verify a person’s identity, and that they are authorized to work in the United States. This verification applies to all potential employees, whether or not they have citizenship in the US. Section 2 of your I-9 form will require that certain acceptable forms of identification are verified as authentic and belonging to the potential employee.

Simply schedule an appointment with me, bring all required forms of ID, and allow me to fill in and sign this important section of your form. NOTE: Make sure your employer retains your form for the amount of time required by law in the event it needs to be inspected by the appropriate government officials!

  • This service is NOT a notarial act, and I am merely acting in the capacity of an authorized representative, rather than as a notary public.