Local Mobile Notary For 24/7 Urgent Notary Needs
Notary Public Servicing Puyallup, Tacoma and surrounding areas. We offer notary services for:
Refinances (Refi) (fixed and Veritable)
Home equity lines of credit (HELOC) Leases
Last Will and Testament
Medical Directives (Healthcare Directives and Wills)
Real Estate Documents
General Power of Attorney
Durable Power of Attorney
Financial Power of Attorney
Medical Power of Attorney
Car/Auto (vehicle title) Affidavit
Purchase money loans
Contact DLF for all your notary public needs. Puyallup Mobile Notary in Tacoma service area. All are completed with meticulous attention to detail with in the Puyallup, Tacoma and near by cities.
Signing agent through the National Notary Association and 123notary.com
NNA (National Notary Association) Certification Notary Essentials GLBA
Background check is current as of 6/12/17
Licensed, Bonded and insured @$100k
Completed TRID training
I accept electronic and overnight documents at both my home and office address Trained in Washington State notary public laws, practices and procedures Commissioned in California State in 2003-2010 and in Washington State in 2010-Present References available upon request
At Hawkeye Mobile Notaries Services, we notarize a wide range of legal documents for preventing disputes between parties.
Contracts are spoken or written agreement concerning tenancy, sales or employment that can be enforced by law. While most contracts such as private sales contracts and motions and petitions do not require notarization, there are others such as real estate papers, trusts and wills that are required to be notarized by a notary public according to municipal and state laws.
A deed is a legal document that transfers the rights of ownership of an asset owner (grantor) to another party (grantee). Deeds may have promises or limitations which can be enforced by law even if they are unwarranted by consideration. It is mandatory under law to notarize grant deeds for them to be enforceable.
· Vehicle Title Affidavit
A vehicle title affidavit is a written document that is affirmed or sworn by the registered owner of a vehicle and witnesses, and transfers the right of ownership of a vehicle from the owner to the buyer. Vehicle title affidavits must be notarized by a notary public for establishing the genuineness of facts.
· Real Estate Documents
Real estate documents must be duly signed and notarized by a notary public to deter property frauds or enable owners to apply for home equity loans, refinancing, VA loans, and investment property loans. The kinds of real estate documents that require notarization include warranty deeds and closing documents signed by both buyers and sellers.
· Witness Signature
Contracts, agreements and certain legal documents require parties to sign them in the presence of a witness. The objective of this is to minimize chances of frauds. Witness signature on these documents also requires a signature of a notary public for them to be true in the court of law.
· Certified Copy of Certificate
A certified copy is often a duplicate copy of a primary document that contains a certificate or endorsement that shows it a genuine copy of the primary document. Birth certificates, death certificates, marriage and divorce records are common examples of certified copies that are required to be notarized for establishing their genuineness and authenticity.
· Last will and testament
A last will and testament is a legal document on which a person states how his/her property will be distributed amongst his/her heirs after his/her death. While some states require such documents to be notarized, other may invalidate such a document if notarized.
A trust agreement is a legal document that lays down the rules to be followed for property and assets held in trust. The rationale behind a trust is to reduce estate tax, avoid probate and protect the property. These documents are not enforceable by law until they are notarized, which is why you should do it as soon as possible.
· Power of attorney
A power of attorney is a legal agreement between a principal ( a person signing the document) and an agent (a person who acts on behalf of the principal). Power of attorney, including a general power of attorney, durable power of attorney, financial power of attorney, medical power of attorney, marriage power of attorney should be notarized to prevent fraud and ensure genuineness of signatures on the document.
We are pleased to serve Pierce County
Puyallup, Washington 98373, United States
By Appointment Only.