Frequently Asked Questions

We provide a full range of notary services including, but not limited to:

• Real Estate Notary Services -
• Loan Documents
• Refinances
• Home Equity Loans
• Real Estate Purchases
• Real Estate Sales
• Reverse Mortgages
• Hybrids
• Commercial
• New Construction
• General Notary Services -
• Wills
• Exam Proctor
• DNA Test Kits
• Power of Attorney
• Quit Claim Deeds
• Health Care Directive
• Release of Interest
• Nursing Home Notarizations
• Hospital Notarizations
• In Home Notarizations
• Power of Attorneys
• Adoption Paperwork
• Custody Documents
• Divorce Documents
• I-9 Employment Forms
• Tenant Screening Applications
• Due Presentment Under Notary Seal
• Loan Documents and Seller Documents
• Administering Oaths for phone and on-line court cases
• Apostille
• Remote Online Notarizations

The role of a Notary Public is to serve as an impartial party, appointed by state government, to witness and properly verify identity of document signers, administer oaths, and acknowledge documents have been signed willingly by the person(s) who physically appeared before the notary.

Current identification document or card with a photograph, physical description, and signature. A driver’s license, military ID, or passport will be acceptable in most instances.

I am not an Attorney and therefore I am not able to provide legal advice. Doing so would be considered unauthorized practice of law.

There is a $10.00 fee for each notarization in the state of WA. Additionally, there is a minimal travel/time fee based on distance of meeting locations. A personalized quote will be provided before appointments are set.

Documents are notarized to deter fraud and to ensure they are properly executed. An impartial witness (the Notary) identifies signers to screen out impostors and to make sure they have entered into agreements knowingly and willingly.

An acknowledgment is the most common type of notarization. In an acknowledgment, a person is not swearing to the truth of statement in the document, but is confirming that he/she voluntarily signed a document, and that he/she understood the nature and purpose of the document. The main purpose of a jurat is to compel the document signer’s truthfulness. A jurat is the process of taking verification upon oath or affirmation. An example of a written jurat would be an affidavit, a deposition, or other sworn documents. An example of an oral jurat would be an oath with no reference to a document such as the swearing in process of a lawsuit or with an oath of office given to a public official.

Only if the Notary is uncertain of a signer’s identity, willingness, mental awareness, or has cause to suspect fraud. Notaries may NOT refuse service on the basis of race, religion, nationality, lifestyle, or because the person is not a client or customer.

Payment is made before each appointment. We accept Checks, Cash, Credit/Debit, PayPal, and Venmo.

I am not an attorney and therefore am not able to provide or recommend a form for your individual needs. Websites such as & are other resources for obtaining forms. 

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