What is a mobile notary?
An Arizona mobile notary performs all the functions of a traditional notary but are able to travel to a home, office or public location of the client's choosing.
What services do mobile notaries provide?
Real estate documents including mortgage loan documents for both buyers and sellers/refinances, attorney documents including marriage, divorce, legal documents, power of attorney, travel consent for minors, hospital directives, legal wills and trusts, I9s, car titles, apostilles, remote online notarization and more.
How much is it to have something notarized?
The costs for a mobile notary in Arizona depends on the number of pages and required notarization as well as location, number of people signing, etc.
Arizona Notary Services- Is there one near me?
We come to you! Or we can meet at a coffee shop. Whatever is most convenient for you!
If you need help click on the contact page. If you're out of my service area I will try to refer you to one ofmy notary partners.
www.aznotaryservices.com – what do they do?
As the premier mobile notary public in Scottsdale, Phoenix and surrounding areas, we will answer the phone or call back asap to answer any questions and schedule your appointment same day if possible!
Who is AZ Mobile Notary affiliated with?
www.123notary.com, National Notary Association, Snapdocs, Notarycafe.com, Thumbtack, Yelp, Greenspoon Marder, SLB Signing Services, ASAP Signings, Nationwide Signing Services, Door2Door Signing Services , Pioneer Title, Brown & Hobkirk Estate Planning Attorneys, APL Logistics and about 100 other companies that use Arizona Notary Services. A+ Better Business Bureau Company as well as Best in Phoenix 'Top 5 Notaries' in 2022.
Are you a licensed, bonded and insured mobile notary?
www.AZNotaryServices.com is a licensed mobile notary as well as insured and bonded. We are also a part of the National Notary Association and State of Arizona. Also 123notary.com Certified and BBB Accredidation. We are Certified Signing Agents so we are trained to handle all loan documents.
How to I get in touch with a mobile notary?
Visit our website, www.aznotaryservices.com. Call us directly at 480-516-2730 or click on the BOOK NOW tab.
Do you notarize wills and living trusts?
Yes we will notarize Living Wills and Trusts. You will need to supply 2 witnesses for wills and one for General/Durable POAs FYI. I usually don't supply them but when I do I must charge extra.
Do you notarize medical documents?
Yes we notarize medical Documents. and we will go to your doctor's office if need be.
Do you notarize I9 forms?
Yes we can fill out page 2 of the I9 or do it online, depending on your employer's preference. Just a heads up, an I9 is not actually stamped but a notary is needed to verify the identity of the employee.
Is mobile notary legal in Arizona?
Yes mobile notary services are legal in Arizona and now so is online notarization as well.
What is Mobile Notary Signing Agent?
A Notary Signing Agent is a Notary Public who specializes in the process of obtaining and notarizing the signatures of the party(ies) involved on real estate loan documents for the purpose of closing a real estate loan transaction. Lenders who offer loans across the country rely heavily on competent Notary Signing Agents to complete the signing and notarize portions of the real estate loan transaction in a professional, reliable and accurate manner.
What is involved exactly with Apostille?
This is when documents need to be first notarized and then sent to another country. After they are notarized then they are sent to the Arizona Secretary of State with an apostille request form. Once they certify and issue the apostille seal then the documents are sent to whomever is put on the request form and from there can be sent to the appropriate country next.
What is Remote Online Notarization?
That is used for people that can't be with the notary and it's scheduled with the notary to be done online through a zoom meeting on whichever platform the notary uses. You will need to authenticate your identity and upload your ID. You will first email your notary the document(s) so they can be tagged for signature, then verify your identity and then sign them, all done on a zoom recording. Must be somewhat tech saavy to attempt this!