Notary Public

The History of Notary Public

According to the National Notary Association (NNA) “Many regard history’s first Notary to be a Roman slave named Tiro, who developed a shorthand system which he called Notae for taking down the speeches of the famed orator Cicero. Other witness stenographers came to be known as notarii and scribae.”

What is a Notary?

Notaries verify and validate signatures on important documents. A Notary Public certifies the authenticity of an individual signature on legal documents to help prevent fraud or identity theft.

Notaries are appointed by your state governing bodies where he/she resides that constitute the Notary as a public official. Notaries verify an individual’s signature by their driver’s license, state license or passport. A Notary may use other means by verifying signatures, names, addresses etc. to assure that the documents are correct.

Notary Services

  • Oaths
  • Affirmations
  • Acknowledgements
  • Much more …

Other Services

Living Wills

We will prepare your living Will to protect your assets, family etc. to assure your wishes will be carry out. All Wills will be recorded/filed with your local courts and along with notarized the document.

Power of Attorney (POA)

We will prepare notarized record/file your POA with your local court. A POA is designed for members to buy or sell assets when you do not wish to appear in person to close transactions. A POA can allow other individuals that is representing your affairs to handle financial matters, make health care decisions or care for your children.

Advance Health Care Directive

All documents will be prepared, notarized, and recorded/filed with the courts. You can designate any family member, friend or your attorney to be your Advance Health Care Directive (POA). This document will allow the member to handle or make your medical matters when you are no longer able to make that decision. This document identifies the person you have chosen to be responsible for carrying out your wishes.