Notary Public

Notary Public Services

The duty of a Minnesota Notary Public is to be an impartial witness and prevent fraud while notarizing legal documents. Notarized documents assure the legal authenticity of a person's identity and their signature on a legal document.

A Notary Public does not act as a witness to the facts of a legal document; a Notary Public verifies the identity of the document signer and witnesses the signature of the signer.

Common forms of identification used to confirm the identity of a document signer and their signature are:

  • Valid state-issued driver's license
  • Valid government-issued photo identification card
  • US military identification card
  • Valid US Passport

Convenient and Confidential Mobile Notary

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Professional, prompt, and accurate mobile notary service. Our traveling notary is available on demand or by appointment.

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Our mobile notary public is ready to travel to you or your client at a convenient time and place to witness the signing of legal documents. When notarized, the paper displays a notary signature and a Minnesota notary seal.

Your appearance is required to notarize

It is the responsibility of a Notary Public to verify the identity of the document signer before notarization. For this reason, your physical presence is necessary.

Commonly used documentation to prove a persons identity are a valid state-issued driver's license, a valid government-issued photo identification card, US military identification card, and a valid US Passport.

Notary Public for all Types of Legal Documents

Notary for Loan documents

  • Automobile Loan
  • Mortgage Loan
  • Mortgage Refinance Loan
  • Reverse Mortgage Loan
  • VA, HUD, FHA and Conventional Loan
  • Contract for Deed
  • Annuity
  • Structured Settlement
  • Debt Settlement

Notary for Estate Planning documents

  • Trust
  • Last Will and Testament
  • Medical Statement
  • Healthcare Directive
  • Advance Directive
  • Executorship
  • Power of Attorney

Notary for Family documents

  • Birth Certificate
  • Divorce Document
  • Separation Agreement
  • Affidavit
  • Child Custody and Guardianship
  • Child Support
  • Parental Consent
  • Paternity

Notary for Personal and Business documents

  • Permit
  • Lease Agreement
  • Court Document
  • Motor Vehicle Bill of Sale
  • Personal Loan
  • Promissory Note
  • Employment Application
  • Vendor Contract
  • Articles of Incorporation

Notary Signing Agent and Loan Signing Service

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Send an experienced, alert, and conscientious Notary Signing Agent to your next closing. You can count on me to meet your needs and the needs of your clients while striving for zero errors.

Signings for Mortgage refinance for FHA, HUD, VA, conventional and reverse mortgages.

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Loan Signing Agent

Our loan signing agent travels to you or your clients' location at a convenient time to sign loan documents.

Signing Agent Availability

Our loan signing agent is available during the day and evening hours. Weekend appointments are also available.

Licensed Notary Closing Agent

Minnesota Closing Agent License #40556553 issued by the Minnesota Commerce Department Real Estate Board in January 2018.

Closing Agent Credentials

Minnesota Closing Agent training obtained through Brightwood Real Estate Education, Kaplan University, St. Paul, MN.

Errors and Omissions Insurance

Fully insured for your protection. Errors and Omissions Insurance provided through Merchants Bonding Company, Des Moines, IA.

State and Federal Background Screened

Background checked across essential registries: EIN; Identity; National Criminal Database; Sex Offender Registry; Motor Vehicle Records; and Terrorist Watch List.

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Apostille Authentication and Witness Certification

What exactly is an Apostille?

An Apostille is a Certificate of Authentication attached to either a foreign document or a US document that certifies a document for international use. Apostille is a French word that means certification.

Authentication is the process of verifying a county official, a state official, district official, registrar of the Department of Health, or a Notary Public from the State of Minnesota that certifies or notarizes a document.

International officials often require document authentication to prove a document is genuine and acceptable in another country.

How to get an Apostille in Minnesota

Legal Process Minnesota can obtain a Minnesota Apostille Authentication Certificate for documents to be used outside of the US. An Apostille Authentication Certificate is the authenticity of the notarized or certified public document presented for Apostille.

The Minnesota Apostille only certifies the authenticity of the signature and the capacity of the person who has signed the public document. Where appropriate, the Minnesota Apostille will certify the identity of the seal or stamp which the public document bears.

How to get a Witness Certification in Minnesota

Legal Process Minnesota provides Minnesota Witness Certifications for documents and other legal paperwork for use in foreign countries. The Minnesota Apostille process is applied when requesting a witness certification.

Examples of Apostille Authentications and Witness Certifications

Notarized Documents

Background Check

Birth Certificate

Marriage Certificate

Death Certificate

Divorce Certificate

Adoption Decree

Corporate Documents

Name Change

US Passport

School Transcript Record


Power of Attorney

Proof of Residency

Trust Documents

Last Will and Testament




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