We know how hard it is to move your elderly loved ones, that is why we designed a mobile service that takes the hassle away from your Notary service. We send our signing Agents to your nursing homes, Hospitals, Assisted Living, or Homes to conduct the service. Our Notary signing agents are vetted, bonded, and trusted to handle your notary service. Our company is proud to have an A+ rating with the Boston BBB, and averages a 5-star rating on Google, Yelp, and Facebook! Yay!
Nursing Homes Notary Service
Patients and residents of elder care facilities in the Wilmington, Boston, and Lowell, MA area need the services of notaries just as often as the rest of the population, perhaps even more. We serve them are usually friends of the signers’ families, notary employees working for eldercare facilities at which the signers live, or mobile notaries that provide the convenience of traveling to the signer’s doorstep. Many nursing homes and other types of elder care facilities do not provide notarial services for their patients or clients; they call for independent mobile notaries. Family members often scramble to notarize a Power Of Attorney and legal documents, they often ask us to perform a notarization at the nursing home. Neighborhood Parcel specializes in notarizing documents in eldercare facilities and hospitals. You can call us 7 days a week to schedule service including weekends and after hours.
Notary Service For Nursing Homes
Our Mobile Notary agents are not trained doctors, but they generally can determine if the signer is aware of his or her actions. Seniors deserve the same treatment as those who are younger. We pay close attention to every detail that helps us determine if the signer is aware of his or her actions. Our Signing Agents will introduce themselves to the signer and the family member. Talk to him or her for a moment to put the signer at ease and understand the purpose of the task. Explain to the signer that we are a notary public and that we are there to witness his or her signature on an important document. We often ask if he or she is signing the document of his or her own free will. Suggest that he or she gives us a brief description or purpose of the document you have been called to notarize. Ask the signer if he or she has read the document and understands it. If we are satisfied with the answers, we then ask the signer to sign the document and get it notarized. We reserve the right to refuse the notary if the signer is not conscious or heavily sedated.