Holt Mobile Notary

At your location for your convenience!

Professional Traveling Notary Public performing loan signings, acknowledgments, jurats, copy certifications, and oath & affirmations. No more trying to find time to see a notary during your busy day. Holt Mobile Notary comes to your location for your convenience. Call today to schedule an appointment and rate quote.
Appointments available 7 days/evenings a week. We can be reached by calling or texting 928.457.1265 or by email at: HoltMobileNotary@gmail.com

DEFINITION & PURPOSE

A Notary Public, commissioned by the Secretary of State, witnesses signatures and verifies identities of signers and must be impartial. 
Through the notarization process, Notaries deter fraud and establish that the signer knows what document they’re signing and that they’re consenting in the activity.

928.457.1265

Local and reliable notary service at your home, assisted living, or office. 

Serving Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley, Dewey-Humboldt, Mayer

SERVICES

General Notary: DMV Titles, Powers of Attorney, Deeds of Trust, QuitClaim Deeds, Divorce Documents, I-9 Forms, Affidavits, Beneficiary Deeds and more

Loan Signings: Purchase Packages (Conventional, FHA and VA Loans), Seller Packages, Refinances, Cash Closings, Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC)

APPOINTMENT PREPARATION

As the signer, you will need to appear in person before the notary and be prepared for your appointment.

Identification: Have a current ID which may be a Driver’s License, State Issued Identification Card, U.S. Passport, Armed Forces Identification Card, or Tribal Government Identification Card with Photo. 
If the signer does not hold a current ID, then a Credible Witness may be used who knows the signer personally and provides one of the IDs listed.

Documents: Have the original document(s) ready by completely filling them out, but NOT signed. Read through to see if a Witness is required during the signing. The Witness will also be required to have one of the IDs listed.

I am not a licensed attorney and cannot give legal advice on how to prepare your documents.