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How does this work?

At Ellan Daniels Mobile Notary, she understand that notarizing documents can often be a stressful and time-consuming process. That's why she is committed to making the process as easy and seamless as possible for her clients. Her mobile notary services eliminate the need for you to travel to our office, and we can come to you at a time and location that is convenient for you. Ms. Daniels will guide you through the process and ensure that all necessary steps are taken to notarize your documents correctly. She also offer competitive pricing and flexible payment options, so you can focus on what's important - getting your documents notarized quickly and efficiently. 


To schedule an appointment click the Book Now. Ellan Daniels will work with you personally to find a convenient time and location for your appointment. To secure your appointment, she may require a deposit, which can be paid through various methods such as credit card, PayPal, or Venmo. The deposit will go towards the total cost of the notarization services, and the remaining balance will be due at the time of the appointment. Before the appointment, she will confirm the location and time of the meeting, and may also ask for additional details about the documents that need to be notarized. On the day of the appointment, she will arrive at the designated location and proceed with the notarization process described below.

Our Meeting

The signer presents a government-issued ID to the notary to verify their identity. The notary reviews the document to ensure that it is complete and contains all necessary information. The signer signs the document in the presence of the notary. The notary applies their official seal or stamp to the document, indicating that the document has been notarized. The notary signs the document, indicating that they have witnessed the signing and verified the signer's identity. The notary creates a record of the notarization, including the signer's ID information and a description of the document. The notary charges a fee for their services and provides a receipt if requested.


Once a document has been notarized, it is considered legally binding and can be used as evidence in court or other legal proceedings. The notary's signature and seal indicate that they have verified the identity of the signer and confirmed that the document is authentic, which helps to prevent fraud and ensures the validity of the document.


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