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"SERVING ALL OF CALIFORNIA SINCE 2012"
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Word of the Day: Affidavit. Visit www.raismobilenotary.com. #Affidavit #RaisMobileNotary
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Mistakes That You Should Avoid When Choosing a Mobile Notary Service

You don’t want to commit any mistake when it comes to notarizing the important documents you have. Yes, no one is perfect, but there are still mistakes that can be avoided such as the following:

• Assuming that all notaries are professional
• Avoiding the money-talk
• Lack of communication and understanding on both sides
• Not considering the location

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Question of the Day

Is notarization really required by the law?

It actually depends on the type of document. Documents such as affidavits, deeds, and powers of attorney need to be notarized to make them legal. #Question
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Factors to Consider When Choosing a Notary Service

A notary is essential in situations that involve making certain documents legal and official. Discussing this kind of matter is confidential. That is why it is important to choose a reliable notary service for the task. Listed below are factors you should consider when choosing one:

• Certification and credentials
• Experience and socialization
• Location and mobile services
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Can Mobile Notary Serve All Individuals?

Mobile notary agencies are always there to serve the people. However, they can only refuse in providing their services to someone if they are not sure about the signer’s identity. #MobileNotary
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Common Misconceptions About Mobile Notary Part 2

Fiction – A “Notario publico” is the same as “notary public.”
Fact: A notario publico is NOT the same as a notary public. In Latin America, a notario publico is a high-ranking official, like a judge or an attorney, whereas in the U.S., a notary public cannot prepare legal documents or give legal advice.

Fiction – Anyone can be a notary public.
Fact: Qualifications vary by state, but typically, an individual must meet the following requirements to be eligible to become a notary:
• At least 18 years old
• A legal resident of the state
• No criminal record

(Source: https://www.aimmailcenters.com/common-misconceptions-and-the-facts-about-notaries)
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Things to Consider to Become a Guardian

Applying to become a guardian over someone else requires a lot of paperwork and court proceedings. To make things easier for you, here are some things to consider before you become a guardian:

• Decide whether becoming a legal guarding is right for your situation. Make sure you are prepared to accept the responsibility of acting as a legal guardian.
• Verify that your prospective child or person is eligible for guardianship. The eligibility standards for guardianships actually differ between a child and an adult.
• Verify that you are eligible to become a guardian. Seek help from a notary public or mobile notary services.

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Mobile Notary Facts That You Should Know

If a person has a physical limitation, the notary public may sign the name of a person whose physical characteristics limit his or her capacity to sign or make a mark on a record presented for notarization.

Please don’t forget to like and follow us on Facebook for more facts about mobile notary. #Facts #MobileNotary
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Common Misconceptions About Mobile Notary Part 1

Here are the common misconceptions thought by most people about mobile notary:

Fiction – I can get advice and help to prepare my documents from a notary.
Fact: Notaries are prohibited from giving legal advice to signers or acting as a legal advisor unless he or she is also an attorney.

Fiction – Fees are determined by the individual notary public.
Fact – Notary fees are usually set by state law and the charges vary by state. The only exception is for a mobile notary, who may charge an additional fee for traveling. Traveling fees are not regulated by the state.

(Source: https://www.aimmailcenters.com/common-misconceptions-and-the-facts-about-notaries)
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Did You Know?

Notaries in Maine, South Carolina, and Florida can solemnize marriages. #NotaryFacts #TriviaOfTheDay

(Source: architizer.com/projects/interesting-facts-about-notary-public/media/836292/)
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