What is a notary public?
A notary public is a public official appointed by the state to 1) certify the authenticity of signatures and copies of documents 2) administer oaths and affirmations, and 3) to perform other such acts as are allowed or required by law. The official notary serves the public as an impartial witness.
Why should I hire a mobile notary public?
- You or someone you know is incarcerated or confined to a nursing home or hospital and need a power of attorney notarized at the facility
You prefer to have your documents prepared and notarized in the comfort of your home or office
- You are an overwhelmed Title Insurance or Mortgage company and you can't seem to find an entrusted professional with the proper experience
How can I become a notary public?
Since a notary public is administered by the state, the procedures and requirements for becoming a notary public vary from state of state; in most cases an individual submits an application to be reviewed by the Secretary of State. In some states, an exam is required. Applicants who are approved by the state are sworn in as a notary public to serve a four year term. A notary public does not have the authority to carry out his/her duties in any state but that in which he/she was appointed.
What are your credentials?
- Licensed Notary Public in the state of Missouri
- Licensed Insurance Producer in the state of Missouri
- Loan Processor under Precision Processing, LLC
Are you bonded and insured?
Yes, I am covered under Errors & Omissions Insurance and I have a Notary Bond.
What are your office hours?
We are available by phone Monday-Saturday from 7:00am-10:00pm.
All services are by appointment only. Please visit our Contact page to schedule an appointment.
What kind of equipment do you use?
Printer: Double Tray Laser Printer
Internet: DSL High Speed Internet