Massachusetts notaries can charge a fee to administer an oath, take an acknowledgment, or provide proof of execution. However, this fee varies depending on the allocated service time and travel distance. The state does not regulate the maximum amount of fees that mobile notaries can charge. Mobile notaries may charge a fee to travel to a customer’s home. These notaries can charge an additional fee for the mileage and time spent on the job. Fees may be based on several factors, including the type of document being notarized and the number of signatures.
Notaries must follow state regulations to notarize power of attorney documents. This can vary from state to state, but the National Association of Notaries recommends checking with your state’s notary regulations before notarizing power of attorney documents. This document gives a person the power to make financial decisions on another person’s behalf.
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We can apostille a copy of your birth certificate, but only if you are unable to obtain an original certified copy. Please note that while apostilling a copy of your birth certificate is accepted in most cases, there are limitations based on the country of use. Many of our clients have more than one document to process and, often than not, from two or more different states. For example, if you were born in Massachusetts and married in Florida, you will need to obtain a Massachusetts apostille of your Birth Certificate and a Florida apostille of your marriage certificate.
If you need to get your birth certificate, Marriage Certificate apostilled in New Hampshire, you can do so through our state’s apostille service. To get started, you’ll need to fill out an application and submit it to the apostille service. Once your application is processed, you’ll be able to pay the apostille fee and receive your apostilled birth certificate either by visiting our office in Tewksbury MA, or via FedEx at your home or office anywhere in the world!
Notary Publics in Massachusetts will often refuse to notarize documents in Arabic or any foreign language. Lucking, our Notary Public does speak and write Arabic and will be happy to Notarize your Arabic Documents, perform is a signature witness, Administer Oath or Certify a copy of your Arabic documents. Our service provider makes house call visits and can also come to your office to perform the Notary seven days a week and after hours.
If you live in Boston MA and surrounding area and looking for a reliable Mobile Notary service, look no further than Neighborhood Parcel. Our staff is knowledgeable of all Massachusetts Notary requirements and will come to your house, office, Hospital and Assisted Living locations to conduct notary. If you or your loved one are unable to travel, our mobile notary service is great for you. It is a small price to pay for the convenience and time savings.
If you are looking to authenticate your documents, and need them done by the U.S State Department, then you came to the right place! We can help you translate, notarize, apostille, and Authenticate your documents so they can be accepted overseas!
A mobile notary service can be an expensive but worthwhile investment, particularly for people who are mobile or frequently travel. If you are in need of a mobile notary public, here’s how to get started.