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A Leader In The Notary Industry

I have been actively serving my community since 2017. As a leader in the notary industry, I am passionate about making sure every person I come in contact with is served with the best care and compassion they deserve.

You can expect to receive the best in remote and mobile notary services. Don't worry about leaving your home. As we will come to you, in person or virtually through audio-video secure technology. Remote online notarization is a convenience you just can't pass!

Remote Online Notarization

What is a Remote Online Notarization? Also referred to as “RON”

When an online notary performs a Remote Online Notarization (also known as RON) it all sounds very technical and complicated. And while the technology that allows for RON is indeed complex, the process is fairly simple.

A Remote Online Notarization is when an online notary performs a notarial act remotely using two-way audio-video technology, typically a webcam. It’s just like an in-person signing, but it happens on the web.

How Does a Remote Online Notarization Take Place?
1. The notary and signer(s) appear via webcam or mobile phone camera and both the video and audio session is recorded.
2. The signer(s) have identification verified.
3. Signer(s) then signs the document(s) in presence of the notary.
4. Document(s) is/are scanned and emailed to the notary.
5. The notary completes the notarization, and the document(s) is/are emailed to the signer(s). – 

That is all! The online notarization is now complete!

Titles for: • Automobiles • Boats • Motorcycles • Trailers

Interstate Recognition of Notarizations

The Authority and validity of notarized documents have been honored in America for nearly four centuries. The trust tied to a notarized document is critical to both consumers and businesses, across state lines and abroad, and rests on the idea that: Notarizations are portable: a duly notarized document is accepted as such essentially anywhere in the United States without further proof of the notaries authority; and Notifications are durable: a duly notarized document retains its value over time.

Legal Aspects

Full Faith and Credit Clause of the United States Constitution – 1789.

“Full faith and credit shall be given in each state to the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state. And the Congress made by General laws prescribe the manner in which such acts, records, and proceedings shall be proved, and the effect thereof.”

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