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Please find below a list of our most
frequently asked questions

  • Can a New York state notary notarize a power of attorney form?
  • Do you have an office I can come to?
    No, this is exclusively a traveling, house call /office call service where we meet customers at their home, office, local cafe or other location of their choice.
  • What is a mobile notary public?
    Mobile notary public will go to the home or workplace of your customers, at nearly any scheduled time, to perform mobile notary services. This convenient service makes it easy for your customers because it allows them to schedule appointments for a time and place convenient to them. Mobile notary signing services are available throughout Suffolk County. Travel and business fees apply.
  • How much advance notice do you need?
    While same-day appointments can be accommodated, if you need a specific time, you should try to call as much in advance as possible. Notarization requests within the hour will result in a small surcharge.
  • Do I need to personally be there to have my document notarized?
    Yes, the law requires that the signer of the document be present. No exceptions.
  • How long does the process take?
    For most New York notary jobs, the actual notarizing takes just a few minutes. Loan documents, which can be over 100 pages, or will ceremonies, can take much longer (especially, in the case of loan documents, if the notary is overseeing the signing of the whole document).
  • What do I need to bring with me?
    A current state-issued photo ID (e.g. a passport or a state driver's license or state-issued ID card) is required. The ID must fully cover whatever name is printed on your document. Passports usually include a person's full name, while New York licenses often abbreviate names, so a passport is sometimes required to complete your NY notarization.
  • What is a Certified Notary Signing Agent?
    A Notary Signing Agent is a Notary specifically trained to facilitate mortgage closings we are professionals making loan closings as convenient as possible for borrowers by couriering loan documents, collecting and notarizing signatures and delivering settlement checks. The appointment is set by hiring party i.e Signing Service, Escrow Co. or Title Co. Borrower is contacted to confirm Signing Conducted at borrowers preferred signing location Documents are Signed, Notarized and Mailed Back Overnight
  • What is a Mail-Away Loan Documents?
    Title/Escrow company sends loan documents by overnight courier to a borrower and instructed him or her to find a notary to notarize several of the documents in the package. Borrowers usually are instructed via letter or email to locate a notary as soon as possible to notarize these time-sensitive documents. Borrower is responsible for returning the documents to the title company in a timely manner. Borrowers pay notaries for the work performed; there is no interaction between the notary and the title company.
  • What are Loan, Real Estate and Related Documents?
    Refinance Escrow documents Loan documents First mortgage Sellers Package HELOC Reverse Mortgages Loan modification Grant Deeds Quitclaim Deeds PurchasePackage ShortSale Package
  • What is a structured settlement?
    A structured settlement is an arrangement in which payments are made over time after a judgment in a lawsuit or an insurance claim. Some settlements include a portion of the payout up-front, with the remaining balance "structured" into monthly, bi-annual or annual payments. Many affidavits and other documents will need to be filed, and almost all of them will need to be notarized. Structured settlement mobile notary provider is generally required for either of these transactions. The documents must be in proper form but the judge who reviews the proposed structured settlement or sale of a structured settlement needs some assurance that the agreement was in fact signed by the person whose finances will be affected.
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