A traveling Notary can help you notarize your adoption documents at your office, house, or hospital. We are one call away to schedule service and getting the documents notarized right! Massachusetts law considers many documents to be important enough to be signed in the presence of a Notary Public. The Notary Public is directly responsible for determining that the person signing is who they state they are before they sign a document. So, wait for the Notary to first verify your ID and instruct you to sign the documents.
Notarize Adoption Documents
Our Mobile Notary Public can notarize signatures on the papers. They are very sensitive documents and it is extremely important that any specific instructions you are given are followed, as long as the instructions do not conflict with your duties as a Notary Public.
Document notarization is essential to the transfer of real estate property and validating legal documents. If you are buying or selling property, a home, land, car, or boat, you’ll become acquainted with document notarization. If you are executing a Will, Adoption, Power of Attorney, or mortgage papers, just to name a few, document notarization is required to complete the transactions.
- Step-Parent documents.
- Affidavit Of Diligent Search
- Consent And Waiver By Parent.
- Relative Caretaker, Prospective Parent.
- Adult Adoption.
- Affidavit Of Non-paternity.