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What is a Notary Public?

A notary public is a public official commissioned by the Secretary of State to administer oaths and affirmations, witness signatures, and perform other duties as permitted by state law. Notaries are most commonly called upon to act as the official, unbiased witness to the identity and signature of the person who comes before the notary for a specific purpose.

What Types of Documents do you Notarize?

There are many types of documents a Notary Public may notarize as long as they are lawful. A partial list of documents may include Corporate, Real Estate, Divorce, Trust Documents, Power of Attorney, Health Care Directive, Adoption, Custody, Medical, Banking, Personal.  Some of the documents we notarize include:

  • Affidavit of Inability to Appear for a Marriage License
  • Power of Attorney and Health Care Directive
  • All Types of Deeds - Quitclaim Deed, Grant Deed, etc.
  • Most Legal, Financial, Insurance and Medical Documents
  • Automobile Documents, including Vehicle Release forms
  • Parental/Travel Consent/Passport Forms
  • And much more!

What is a Power of Attorney?

Quite often a family member or close friend is unable to travel to banks, government agencies, towing yards and other facilities in order to conduct a simple legal transaction.  You can provide a power of attorney signed by the person who is unable to travel for withdrawing money from a bank account, selling property, or allowing someone to conduct business transactions.  Whatever the reason, a power of attorney may be required.


What is the difference between a Public and a Confidential Marriage License?
 
A public license is public record and a confidential one is not -- it is confidential. Upon the request of any person and payment of the search fee, the County Clerk may conduct a search for a confidential marriage certificate for the purpose of confirming the existence of a marriage; however, the date of the marriage and any other information contained in the certificate shall not be disclosed except upon order of the Court. Government agencies also receive information to confirm the existence of marriages.



For more information about obtaining the services of an experienced Notary Public or Wedding Minister at affordable prices, Please call 310.383.1043.


Disclaimer:  A Notary Public is not an attorney and is prohibited by law from rendering any kind of legal advice of any nature during or in conjunction with a Notarial Act. If you have any questions, please consult an attorney PRIOR to any notarization.