Notary Public

Notary Public Service performing Signature Witnesses, Oath Administration, Copy Certification, Mortgages, Last Wills and Testaments. Serving Andover,Tewksbury, Lowell, Dracut, Chelmsford, Woburn, Wilmington, Billerica
Notarize French Arabic Documents

How To Notarize Power Of Attorney

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.

Arabic Notary Service

Arabic Notary Service

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. 

Call Mobile Notary Boston MA

Mobile Notary Boston MA

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.

Notarize French Arabic Documents

How To Notarize A Document

You can not notarize any document, only certain documents can be notarized in Massachusetts, and when they do, you must meet certain requirements to comply with the State Laws. First, you need to know that the history of the Notary service evolves around identity theft reduction and validating a signature and a signer identity.  The Notary Agent is appointed by the Governor of the State and undergoes an application process that is a long vetting process. Once you become a notary then you can conduct Signature witnesses,  oath administration, I-9 Employment verification, and authenticated copies of legal documents.