What is a Notary Public?
A Notary Public is a public officer authorized to notarize documents for non-contentious matters, such as sale or purchase of property, drafting of deeds or powers of attorney, etc. A Notary Public serves the public (thus the title) in his/her capacity as n impartial witness to a matter in question.
A Notary Public stamp and signature are usually required to give a document legal weight and demonstrate that the act has been performed in accordance with the prescribed legal standards.
Below is a list of documents that require a Notary Public authorization:
- Wills (including living wills) and Testaments
- Acknowledgements and Affidavits
- Powers of attorney
- Divorce or marriage papers (including prenuptial agreements)
- Real estate documents (sale, purchase or transfer)
- Custody papers (guardianship)
- Medical releases
- Transfer of deed
- Vehicle title transfer
- Bank documents (loan, refinancing or mortgage)
Docsbase Certified Translation Services will be happy to assist you with the notarization of any of the above documents at your own home, hospital, office, bank or any other pre-agreed location convenient for you.
Please do not hesitate to contact our office in New York by email or phone and we will happily provide you with a quote and arrange for you to meet with a Notary Public at the most suitable for you. We can also organize same day appointments.