The majority of the time when you’re asked to provide notary services, the circumstances will be clear-cut and you have no concerns either notarizing a document – or declining to because it would be a violation of jurisdictional rules. However, there are times when a notary public may face unusual requests, such as asking for a copy certification of a record or identification paperwork. You should always contact the official agency that issues and maintains your notary credentials, but some background can help you understand what to do when a customer presents a document that you’re unsure about.
From mortgages and prenups to statements and sworn affidavits, there are a wide variety of documents that will fail to hold any legal weight if a notary doesn’t verify your signature.
Although using a UPS notary may seem like your best (or easiest) option, there are plenty of reasons to choose a mobile notary instead.
If you’re trying to find a notary online, two defining factors are probably high on your list: their location and their validity. Knowing where to find a notary is only half the battle. Reaching them and finding the time to do so is the other half.
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