**Covid 19 Protective Procedures being practiced for all appointments.
Masks required for all appointments
Social Distancing practices during all appointments
Disinfectant wipes being utilized
Providing individual throw away pens for signing
General Notary Services
General Notary Services available for your needs including
Initial home loan applications
Mortgage refinance applications
Equity Loan; Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) applications
Loan Modification applications
Reverse Mortgage applications.
Mobile Notary Services
We come When and Where You need us !!!
Serving Metro Atlanta Counties including Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, Dekalb, Douglas, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett, Henry and
Rockdale and all GA Counties.
General Notary Fees
GA Notary Maximum Fee $2.00 per notarization
Additional fees for mileage charged for travel based on miles outside of Henry County GA calculated at the IRS mileage rate for 2021 - .57.5 cents per mile round trip.
Notary in a Nutshell
Notaries are “ministerial” officials who hold a public office. Notaries are required to follow instructions exercise common sense, judgment and discretion and understand and adhere to the Notary Laws of the State in which they are commissioned.
Notaries are needed to deter document fraud and to provide assurances about the integrity and proper execution of document transactions via verification of the identity, comprehension and intent of individuals signing documents.
A false statement made to a Notary, under Oath, is Perjury; exactly the same as a false statement made under Oath in a Court of Law. Notarization is serious legal business.
Some of the usual and customary notarial functions include:
Witness Affidavits or Depositions upon oath or affirmation.
Witness or attest the signing of deeds and other written instruments pertaining to real property.
Administer Oaths or Affirmations that are not required to be administered by a particular officer of the state.
Certify copies of certain documents.
What a Notary is NOT and Does Not Do
A notary is not responsible for verifying truth or accuracy of the contents of a document.
A notary does not make documents Legal, Official or Validated.
A document with errors or discrepancies prior to notarization will contain the same errors if notarized.
*State of Georgia Notaries are prohibited from assignments involving the transfer of real estate without being under the direction and guidance of an attorney and cannot serve in the capacity of a loan signing agent. Please inquire with Notary Public for details.
"I AM NOT AN ATTORNEY LICENSED TO PRACTICE LAW IN THE STATE OF GA AND I MAY NOT GIVE LEGAL ADVICE OR ACCEPT FEES FOR LEGAL ADVICE."