We Offer Michigan Notary Services!
Our affordable notary services gives you a peace of mind and relief of getting important documents notarized including:
* Last Will and Testament
* Durable Power of Attorney
* Quit Claim Deed
* Consent for a minor to travel abroad
* Motor Vehicle Title transfer
Note: Although we are not attorneys and are not authorized by law to offer legal advice, we are authorized to notarize legal documents to deter fraud and to ensure proper execution of signatures between all parties involved.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is a Notary Public?
A. "A public official authorized by state government typically by the Secretary of State to act as an impartial witness to signatures, administer oaths, authenticate copies of documents, attest to signatures made by individuals, and perform other notary acts permitted within his or her jurisdiction."
Q. How does a Notary identify a signer?
A. "A Notary will ask to see identification (acceptable IDs include a driver's license, military ID or passport) that has a photo, physical description and signature of the person."
Q. Do both parties need to be present to get a document notarized if they live in different locations?
A. " A notary may notarize the signature of one person appearing before them and then the second person can appear before a notary in their city/state and have their signature notarized adding the date it was notaried."
Q. Is a notarized document a legal document?
A. "A document that two or more people sign and notarize is legally binding and is one form of agreement that can be held in a court of law."
Q. Can a Notary prepare documents?
A. "No. A Notary is forbidden from preparing legal documents or acting as a legal advisor unless he or she is an attorney."
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