legal protection of authenticity for any document
What is “notarization”?
Notarization is the process that assures the parties of a transaction that a document is authentic, and can be trusted. It is a three-part process, performed by a Notary Public, that includes vetting, certifying and record-keeping. A document that has been notarized is marked with a notary seal, which indicates that the signature on the document is legitimate. Upon notarization, a Notary watches you sign a document, and then places the seal near your signature.
Documents that can be notarized
Notarization services offered for several different types of documents. These include:
- Notarizations/Attestations of Signatures
- Executor Affidavits on Probate Applications
- Travel Consent Letters
- Certified True Copies of Documents
- Execution/Authentications of International Documents
- Insurance Loss Declarations
- Letters of Invitation
- Proof of Identity for Travel Purposes
- Statutory Declarations
Please note that we do not notarize separation or co-habitation agreements and wills prepared by others.