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What Makes this Notary Public Different ?
- During this COVID crisis, this Certified Notary Public wears a mask with social distancing, according to National Notary Association and CDC guidelines, at all public notarial assignments.
- Provide fast, professional, punctual, and affordable service that accommodates your busy schedule. A fully mobile 100% notarial service.
- Timely communication with contracting company concerning confirmation with the signers, status concerns, completion, scan back if required, and dropping of executed package.
- Documents are returned in the same stacking order as received.
- Hand the executed documents to a person at FedEx/UPS store when dropping packages and get a receipt.
- Notarial assignments are given appropriate time for signer not to feel they are being rushed.
- Provide signer a separate copy of all documents to be signed.
- Identification and presentation of each document, collection of signatures, dates and initials, and accurate performance of notarial acts.
- Use Jurat, Inc., the Notary eJournal, at completion of document signing to increase efficiency and ensure compliance.this
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Meet Jon Gorosh.
I LOVE what I do. A stellar Signing Agent is so much more than just knowing which documents to sign and date. Punctuality is not arriving at the scheduled starting time but by arriving early. So the signer is aware what they are signing, each document is explained.
By actively listening, rapport is established to build trust and communication during the signing process. These are the steps I take to ensure smooth and efficient signings EVERY time.
Looking For A Trained Professional? Jon is a NNA Certified Notary Signing Agent, Loan Signing Agent, Certified Reverse Mortgage Signing Professional, TRID trained, Trusted Enrollment Agent, and Certified by www.123notary.com. Annually Background Screened by NNA. He also has a Lexmark XM3150 dual-tray laser printer and laptop.
Examine the document for completeness.
Check the notarial certificate to be in compliance with state law, if there is one preprinted. Identify the document signer.
Confirm the signers’ capacity to understand the document: Notaries can witness signatures even if they are not familiar with the language on the document. However, they must be able to communicate with the signer.
Administer the Oath/Affirmation or take the Acknowledgment.
Complete the Notarial Certificate by updating the venue if necessary, dating, confirming correct spelling of the signer(s), my signature, and imprint Notary seal.
1000 Farrah Lane, Apt 736, Stafford, Texas 77477
I am entirely a Mobile Notary service and do not have an office where I see clients.
Sometimes the notarial wording is not found on the document you need notarized. Such examples might be handwritten or private documents. When this happens, the signer should ask the receiving agency – what type of notarization they need. The signer may also seek advice from an attorney or choose the act themselves. Signer then instructs the Notary to add either an acknowledgement which proves you signed the document or a Jurat where the signer swears/affirms what they signed is true.
A notary who is not an attorney cannot decide what type of notarial act a document requires for that would be “practicing law.” The customer must know and tell the notary.
The State of Texas requires notaries to verify the identification of every signer. Only valid, non-expired identification, with a photograph is acceptable. These Guidelines are set by the State of Texas, and can be found on the Secretary of State’s website, and are not at the discretion of your Notary. Also, see https://www.dps.texas.gov/internetforms/getForm.ashx?id=DL-17.pdf
If a signer cannot provide acceptable form(s) of identification, then a witness can be provided, by the signer, who can vouch for the identity of the signer. The witness MUST be able to provide one or more forms of valid identification to prove their identity, and must be able to vouch for the identity of the signer, under Oath.
In Texas, a credible witness must either personally know the Notary or must present to the Notary a valid, unexpired ID issued by the Federal or a State government that contains the photo and signature of the witness (1 TAC 87.40 and 87.1).
A credible witness must know the signer well enough to be able to swear or affirm the signer’s identity before the Notary.