General FAQ

What is a Notary Public and what can I do for you?

A Notary Public is a bonded public servant commissioned by the Wisconsin Secretary of State to facilitate signings and administer oaths. A Notary Public is an impartial witness, and deters fraud by identifying the signer who is either verifying information or entering into an agreement knowingly and willingly. Affidavits, Deeds of Trust and Powers of Attorney are examples of documents which require notarization. It is important to note that a Notary Public is not authorized to give legal advice by law.

What is a Certified Notary Signing Agent?

A Certified Notary Signing Agent is a specialized witness who visits the borrower’s home or business to expedite loans or refinance signings. The Certified Notary Signing Agent meets the borrower with the loan documents and ensures that signatures, initials and dates are in all of the appropriate places, the Certified Notary Signing Agent notarizes the required signatures, and finally returns all the documents to the lender pursuant to their instructions. The Certified Notary Signing Agent adds convenience to the loan process, ensures the meeting of deadlines, and works with a high level of diligence and integrity.

Mobile Notary Public services includes: to notarize and obtain signature(s) required and verify proper identification. Mobile Notary Signing Agent Services also includes: acquiring any additional information from Individual(s)/Borrower(s)/Seller(s) as required by law/lender/escrow/title, pick-up and delivery, drop off at FedEx, UPS, etc. Completion in a timely manner, at a convenient location for the Individual(s)/Borrower(s)/Seller(s) and/or escrow, title, lender or lawyer at law.