MOBILE NOTARY SERVICES:
So where do we begin? St. Lucie Mobile Notary notarizes all documents where the authorized signer holds probity between the client and the notary public. Proper identification such as a state I.d., driver's license or passport would next be verified before the signing takes place. Affirming that the documents being notarized was done so intentionally and purposefully.
So what can we notarize?
Affidavit Liens Attestation
Authorizations Bills of Sales
Certifications Certificate of Authorship
Certificate of Identity Contracts
Compliance Agreements Deed of Trusts
Demand Letters Durable Power of Attorney
Grant Deed Immigration Forms
Marriage Ceremonies Memorandum of Understanding
Modification Agreements Living Will & Testimony
Name Affidavits Petitions, Pleadings & Motions
Quick-claim Deeds License Applications
Release and Waivers Rental Agreements
Statement of Consent for Passports Student Verification
Sworn Statements Tax Verification Forms
Vehicle & Salvage Title Visa Applications
Wills & Trusts Real Estate Closings
Presentments Certificate of Non Response
We love using the hashtag #morethananotary because that's what we are and that's what we represent. St. Lucie Mobile Notary Public also offers other services to make our business a "one stop shop." Check out some of the other services that we have to offer, in no particular order:
Trial Court Technician
24 hour availability
Private County Mediations
We also prepare, draft, and brief Motions and or Pleadings for Court Proceedings. for attorneys and businesses.
Have a Court date and you need a Notary immediately? St. Lucie Mobile Notary will show up at your court hearing , for on the spot notarization services.
Facing Eviction or having landlord/tenant issues? Private County mediations are available through St. Lucie Mobile Notary. Small Claims cases for damages up to and including $5,000, excluding court costs, interest, and attorney fees.. County Civil cases involving claims ranging from $5,001 through $15,000 in damages, excluding court costs, interest, and attorney fees. These cases must also involve contract and indebtedness, negligence and other county civil claims, but the amount of money at issue is greater than Small Claims cases.
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