In addition to serving all of your personal injury needs, the Law Office of Brian Brunson also provides mobile notary services throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.
We strive to simplify and streamline the process of notarizing your documents, making it both easy and convenient for you. We can travel to any location of your preference in order to efficiently carry out the signing of your sensitive documents.
What is a Notary Public?
A Notary Public ensures that a document’s signature is genuine, that the signer acted without duress, and that the signer intended the terms of the document to be in full force and effect. Most requests for notarization involve the signing of documents. In all cases, all signers and any required witness(es) must be present for the notarization. You’ll need to have acceptable ID as required by your state along with all pages of the document being notarized.
- We suggest you don’t sign or date the document (some documents must be signed and dated in the presence of a Notary)
- Make sure you have all the pages of the document(s) being signed, not just the signature page
- Make sure all document signers have state-acceptable ID
Click here to learn more about the Notary Public in Texas.
What does a Notary Public do?
The principal responsibility of a Notary Public lies in ensuring that an impartial party (the Notary Public) has appropriately informed the signer of a particular document about its significance. The signer of the document must then affirm that their identity, signature, and motivations for signing the document are authentic. While the signature and seal of a Notary Public do not irrefutably establish these facts, they do offer prima facie evidence, enabling individuals engaged in trade and commerce to trust in the honesty and accuracy of the Notary Public as an unbiased third party with no personal stake in the transaction.
For additional information about notary requirements in your state, please contact us.