During the COVID-19 crisis, I am not able to provide any witnesses for signings.
During the current COVID-19 crisis, I am happy to continue offering my mobile notary services. However, I am not able to provide any witnesses for signings at this time.
You need a notary? You've come to the right place! I have been an Arizona notary public for 12 years. I am an Arizona native and am happy to be able to serve the Phoenix Valley community. Rest assured that I am bonded, insured, background checked and NNA Certified.
This is a list of just a few of the types of documents I notarize. If you don't see your document here, please ask!
Your time is important - so let me come to you! My mobile services can be given at an office, home, hospital, library, or coffee shop - we can arrange to meet anywhere in the Phoenix metro area / Maricopa and Pinal Counties, including:
The person signing the document must appear in person before the notary at the time of notarization.
The signer(s) must have a current (unexpired) identification in one of the following forms:
The document(s) to be notarized should be original documents, completely filled out prior to the appointment, but NOT signed.
If the signer does not have a valid ID, they may provide a "credible person" who knows the signer personally. The credible person must be able to provide a valid ID that meets the identification requirements above.
If your documents require the presence and signatures of witnesses, they will also be required to provide valid ID that meets the identification requirements above.
I am not a licensed attorney, which means I cannot offer any legal advice on how your documents are to be prepared, or interpret their meaning for you.
What is a Notary Public?
A Notary Public is a individual authorized by state government to verify the identity of a signatory, witness the signing of important documents, and administer oaths.
Why are documents notarized?
Documents are notarized to deter fraud and to ensure they are properly executed. An impartial witness (the Notary) identifies signers to screen out impostors and to make sure the signers have entered into agreements knowingly, willingly, and not under duress.