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Notary Public

In Pennsylvania, notaries public are appointed and authorized by the Commonwealth to perform several official acts. All services require the presence of the signing party, or parties, and proper identification.

We offer Notarial Services for:

Bank Documents
  • Deeds
Legal Documents
  • Power of Attorneys
  • Wills
Oaths & Affirmations
  • An “oath” is a public declaration that the maker will keep a promise or perform a duty faithfully.
  • An “affidavit” is a voluntary, written, sworn statement signed by the Affiant, the person responsible for the truth & accuracy of a statement, in the presence of a notary.
  • A “verification” is a formal act or statement that confirms the truth or correctness of something. This is a sworn, written declaration, attached or located at the end of a document.
  • An “acknowledgments” is a method of authenticating a signature on a document.
  • A “certificate” is a written statement made by a notary to indicate that something is true or accurate or that an event took place.
  • A “deposition” is an involuntary, written, sworn statement made by the deponent, the person responsible for the truth and accuracy of the testimony he/she provides.

*Notaries public do not provide legal advice or draft legal documents.
In addition, notaries public are not responsible for the truthfulness of the content provided in Oaths and Affirmations, Affidavits, Verifications, Acknowledgments, or Depositions.