A notary is an authorized individual who can notarize documents, such as deeds, wills, and contracts. This process involves verifying the identity of the individual signing the document, as well as confirming that he or she is not under any duress or coercion. The notary then signs and stamps the document, affirming its validity. This provides a higher level of assurance than simply having someone sign on their own behalf. 

If you don’t know where to look, you may think that finding a Notary in Massachusetts is a tough task. If you go the traditional route, you’ll have to wait until your chosen notary has time for you.

That’s not very convenient, is it?

But with Superior Notary Services, finding a notary in your state can be as easy as typing out your email and pressing enter.

On this page, you will find information regarding notaries, including how to find a Massachusetts notary public with ease.

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Superior Notary Services offers trustworthy mobile notarial services for Massachusetts while ensuring compliance with all state laws and validation standards for notarization.

In comparison to traditional notarization, our Massachusetts mobile notary services bring increased affordability and customizability. So, you can get your documents notarized more quickly and with better fraud protection.

You can always count on us to provide thorough counsel and assistance for a variety of issues. That’s the benefit of our proven notarial experience.

What You Need to Know About Remote Online Notarization in Massachusetts

On April 27, 2020, Massachusetts joined the list of US states to legalize remote notarization and witnessed  in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The new law expressly permits electronic video conferencing used in real-time for the temporary affirmation, acknowledgment, or other notarial acts of documents. 

However, the law clearly states that remote online notarization (RON) does not permit signing the documents electronically. So, ink-on-paper signatures are still required.

Each principal — or person whose signature is being notarized, including witnesses — must be physically present in Massachusetts. The notary must also be in the state of Massachusetts. 

What Documents Do I Need for Remote Online Notarization in Massachusetts?

You will require the following legal documents to complete a remote online notarization with a Massachusetts mobile notary public:

  • A genuine, unsigned document that must be signed with a notary public signing agent. Do not sign it yourself and upload it beforehand. 
  • A multimedia-capable smartphone (Android/iOS) to upload legal documents for mobile notarization. You may also use a computer or laptop for remote notarization.
  • A legal photo ID issued by the government, including:
    • State-issued driver’s license
    • State-issued photo ID
    • American Passport Book
    • Authentication of American citizenship
    • Certificate of naturalization
    • Foreign passport
    • Alien registration card with photograph which may include a green card or permanent resident card
  • A US-issued social security number for safe identity verification at mobile notaries.
Notary Agent’s Duties

Massachusetts Mobile Notaries

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A notary’s main purpose is to prevent fraud. This is done by witnessing the signings of very important documents and ensuring that your ID is valid (and you are who you say you are).

The full list of what they do is sizable.  Here are some of the most important facts:

  • To become a notary in Massachusetts, you must take an oath before you are allowed to perform your duties.
  • Notary prices in Massachusetts can be as low as $1.25 to have a document notarized. However, if you are a military veteran, you may be exempt from these fees.
  • Notaries public in Massachusetts are given 7-year terms where they are authorized to perform their duties.

A Notary Public in Massachusetts must also provide an ink stamp (preferably in black) or embossing seal for notarized documents. This will add more security to a document, making it harder to forge and more secure against fraud.

Need a Mobile Notary Public in Massachusetts?

Various types of documents need to be signed and notarized. Any documents that are filed with the court require a notary. If you are selling a car, a house or anything of great value, a signed and notarized agreement to terms of the sale is a good idea. Other documents that may require a notary public can include loans or other transfers of money, wills and health proxies.

  • Affidavits

    Affidavits

  • Mortgage closing documents

    Mortgage closing documents

  • Wills

    Wills

  • Designations of beneficiary

    Designations of beneficiary

  • Medical directives

    Medical directives

  • Affidavits of independent professional advice

    Affidavits of independent professional advice

  • Real estate documents

    Real estate documents

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    Structured settlements

  • Supporting

    Supporting documents for disability claims

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You know how it is. When you need something right away, it can feel nearly impossible to find what you’re looking for.

A Notary Public in Massachusetts is no different. You wouldn’t be able to buy that new car (or house!) without a notary around to notarize your documents.

However, the process of finding one doesn’t have to be difficult.

Whether you need a notary today, tomorrow, or next month, we can help you find one as soon as possible – and we’ll send them to you on your schedule. It’s the most convenient and secure way to ensure your documents are notarized properly.

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Our easy-to-use services can be accessed in the comfort of your home or office through our four-step process.

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  • Updates Modifications & Confirmations 
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In Office Notary Fees

The fees a notary may charge are set by the State of Texas. The most common fee is $6 for a standard oath or affirmation and seal

Mobile Notary Fees

If you are looking for a one time service. we offer notary signing services in our office and mobile signing services across the United States. Our maximum fee for the mobile notary services in the US is $75

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