Full-time Certified Notary Signing Agent,
DBA MS Business Service
Notary Public - State of New York
Qualified in Saratoga County
Commission Expires 02/03/15
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Dependable and courteous
I will go above and beyond for clients.
I have a professional attitude and a strong will to get the job done right the first time
I am very experienced in many areas of the mortgage document process (Refinances, Loan Modifications, Reverse Mortgage, Home Equity Line of Credit, 1st & 2nd and Purchases and CEMA's)
Trained and equipped for eSigning
$25,000 E&O coverage.
Fingerprinting and field services are available
I am not a lawyer
I am a Notary Public commissioned by the state of New York
A Notary is forbidden from preparing legal documents or acting as a legal advisor unless he or she is also an attorney. Violators can be prosecuted for the unauthorized practice of law, so a Notary cannot answer your legal questions or provide advice about your particular document
"I've learned that people will
forget what you said,
people will forget what you did,
but people will never forget
how you made them feel."
Mobile notaries are notaries public, officials of the state, sworn to the commission of their duties, who engage in notarizing documents by traveling to the home or office of a client. These documents can range from matters of criminal and/or civil importance to estate matters, mortgage issues, or affidavits dealing with divorce and/or child custody hearings.
Of course, there is an extra fee involved for the traveling, but who in this fast paced world would not appreciate such an extension of services? Clients are opting for the mobile notaries based on the fact that these professionals will travel to the clients' homes or offices in order to notarize their documents, instead of the clients having to take time off from their jobs to have their signatures notarized.
As with notaries public, mobile notaries provide the assurance that the signor of a document has presented valid photo identification. Only then will notaries affix their stamp and seal and make the appropriate entries in an official logbook noting the date, time, location, County and State of the notarization. My Notary Journal require a fingerprint entry.