At The Mercy Law Firm, LLC., we have lawyers and notary publics who can administer oaths and certify copies of your documents. Documents that are notarized can be used to avoid fraud and to make certain that they are properly executed.

Is notarization required by law?

Yes, many documents need to be notarized for it to become legally binding. These include affidavits, loan papers, real estate deeds, and powers of attorney.

What documents can be notarized?

We notarize a broad range of documents including, but not limited to:

  • Living Trusts
  • Grant Deeds
  • Marital Settlements
  • Powers Of Attorney
  • Birth Certificates
  • Marriage Certificates
  • Death Certificates
  • Quitclaim Deed
  • Deed of Trust
  • Spousal Waivers
  • Bill of Sales
  • Contracts
  • Compliance Agreements
  • Release and Waivers

men and lawyer discussing on agreement Is identification required for notarization?

Yes. In order to identify you, we will ask you to present at least two pieces of current identification, with a signature and photograph. A citizenship card, a passport, and/or a driver’s license are commonly accepted.

To acquire our notarization services, Schedule a Consultation now. If you have other concerns and inquiries, contact us at 301-814-9595.