A & A Mobile Notary Service
Notary in Atlanta, GA
We at Atlanta Mobile Notaries are Certified Signing Agents. We've been in business in Metro Atlanta since June 1999. We can close a range of transactions every day in the Greater Atlanta Area. Our firm is registered with several signing service firms. These lenders rely heavily on our firm of CSAs to complete the signing and notarizing portions of the real estate loan transactions in an expert, reliable and accurate manner. We currently have members of our team who are not only commissioned notaries, but licensed real estate agents with a thorough working knowledge of.
read moreReturn books/videos belongings borrowed from neighbors. Shop for Gifts, Food, Furniture, Hardware and More. Gift baskets: welcome, moving day, hostess, baby etc. Personal Care Services: Senior Citizens, Surgery Recoveries, Etc. Deliver documents and notarize documents e.g. Deliver a 'Welcome to your New Home' basket that includes goodies such as: town map, coupons, our business cards, brochure and a bone for the family dog! Tutoring offered in all subjects up to Middle School. High School and above is on a case by case basis.
Celebrity and Entertainment Services
read moreAtlanta Mobile Notaries has been in business since 1999 and we have been servicing Georgia's growing Film and Celebrity clientele since 2003. We are a 24/7 business in addition to notary services we also offer personal concierge services which are great need for this client base. Listed below is a short list of some of our past and current clients in this industry.
Apostille in Atlanta
read moreApostille treaty is an international treaty drafted by the Hague Conference on Private International Law. It specifies the modalities through which a document issued in one of the signatory countries can be certified for legal purposes in all the other signatory states. Getting an apostille certificate or stamp can be a time-consuming and complicated process-often it requires retrieving documents from several different government departments. We will get your personal and commercial documents certified by the appropriate government agencies, sparing you the hassle of doing it yourself.
Process & Legal Service for Attorneys
read moreWe service all of Metro Atlanta, Fulton, Cobb, Dekalb and Gwinnett are on our standard fee schedule. Other counties are priced on an as needed basis. Your documents can be picked up from your office, emailed or sent through standard US Mail. We pick up legal documents from your office, process the court filing, and serve the document to meet your needs. Our process servers deliver court summons to parties who are being sued or need to appear in court. We will even "walk through" your rush court filings when requested.
Frequently Asked Questions
read moreA: The court defines a notary public as a "public ministerial officer, " an agent for the state, and a witness of notarial writing and signatures. A Notary Public is an honest, moral and responsible member of our society. They are appointed by the office of the Secretary of State to witness by an official seal and written acknowledgement, or jurat, the signing of documents, as well as administer an oath. Q: What Does A Notary Do? A: The most frequent service a Notary Public performs is the simple one of taking someone's acknowledgment.
Document Authentication and Embassy
read moreIf you need to send documents to non-Hague countries outside the United States, they will need to be authenticated according to the requirements set forth by the State of Georgia, otherwise known as the Georgia authentication (Great Seal) process. The authentication process differs by country, and certifying a document can require multiple visits to various government departments, each having a different processing time. US passports and more! The process of determining the authenticity of a seal, stamp, signature or other official mark on a document to be used for some purpose internationally, such as adoption, business purposes or to obtain visas, etc.
Escheatment and Abandon Property
read moreHow do I have unclaimed property? Do any of the following situations apply to you? Had a death in the family? Left a job that had retirement plan benefits, pension, savings plan a401k? Moved and failed to leave a forwarding address with everyone not just the post office. Ever switched banks? Paycheck or bonus check from a previous employer? Medical savings account or some savings plan at work. Sold a house or land? Unclaimed property consists of bank accounts, wages, utility deposits, insurance policy proceeds, stocks, bonds, and contents of safe deposit boxes that typically have been abandoned for one to five years.
24 Hour Mobile Notary
read moreDISCLAIMER: No warranty of any kind is given by these documents. Provider is a Notary Public and is not licensed in the practice of law. If you desire personal assistance in deciding which documents are appropriate for your needs, you should contact a Georgia licensed attorney.