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Mobile Notary Washington is a mobile notary agency that can provide apostille and mobile notary services. We will travel to you, no matter where you are at work, at the hospital, at home, or in a nursing home. Washington is our service area.
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No. A Notary Public cannot answer your legal questions or provide advice about particular documents.
Documents are notarized to deter fraud. The notary (an impartial witness) ensures that the signer of the document is who
they say they are.
Each signer must present a current and valid photo ID. The identification must contain a photo, physical description, and
signature. Examples of acceptable identification are: driver’s license or state-issued identification card.
They are state-appointed officials that are authorized to act as witnesses in legal documents and agreements. They are often required to witness signatures and validate identities in order to access vital matters that affect daily life. Notary publics are able to administer affirmations and oaths, witness signatures, certify copies and certify legal documents such as birth certificates and passports.
This process will be completely remote, where both parties connect over a secure audio & video communication & conduct an electronic signing ceremony. The mandatory things include – Signers must prove their identity to the notary by scanning their US government-issued ID along with answering a few basic identification questions. Then the documents will be signed virtually with a Washington State-approved digital stamp and released to the signer post successful payment.
In-person electronic notarization (IPEN) is just like a traditional paper-based notarization with one exception: the documents being notarized are electronic. During an IPEN, the signer and Notary meet physically face-to-face, review the documents on a computer or mobile device, and use electronic signatures in place of ink signatures.
***RCW 42.45.230 Disclosure:***
I am not an attorney licensed to practice law in this state. I am not allowed to draft legal records, give advice on legal matters, including immigration, or charge a fee for those activities.