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Blue State of Minnesota

Our Specialty Notary Signings

  • Structured Settlements
  • Annuities
  • Automobile Loans
  • Medical Releases
  • Apostille Authentications on documents to be used outside the USA

❝ I have used their services several times now and it has always been a pleasant experience.  Responds to email are timely and services are performed as expected, with no problems.  Rachel S.

Our Best Service Possible

  • Licensed, experienced and professional
  • Same-Day Notary Public service
  • Travel to business office, hospital, or mutual public location
  • Accepts electronic documents
  • Overnight and Next-Day return shipping upon request and when available
  • Upload copies to your database after signing

Notary Public signing documents

Common types of documents that need a notary to witness:

  • Power of Attorney
  • Last Will and Testament
  • Living Will
  • Deed
  • Trust
  • Contract
  • Affidavit
  • Child Support / Custody
  • Family and Divorce

This is just a summary of a few types of common documents that are notarized.  There may be may more that require notary service.  Proper identification required for all notary public signings.

Mobile Notary Public

What is a Notary?

Also called a "notary public", a person who is a state-appointed official who will act as an impartial witness to important document signings and verify the identity of a signer to help deter fraud and identity theft.  Some documents may not be legally enforced if there is not a notarization.

Our Mobile Notary Public ensures the person signing the document is actually the person named on the document and is not being forced to sign against their will.  Usually legal documents will require notarization.