At Postal Center, we offer licensed professional notary public services. The purpose of providing this service is to make your life easier.

Along with notary public service, you can also print, copy, and ship your documents. It adds to the convenience when you have to ship notarized documents. Think of a scenario where you have to get documents notarized before copying and shipping them. At Postal Center, you can order notary, copying, and shipping services together.

What is notary public?

A notary public ensures that documents are signed with the free will of the parties and under no pressure. When a document is notarized, it indicates that all the signatories have signed the document willingly.

In addition, a notary public also acts as a qualified third-party witness to the signature of documents. A document signed and stamped by a notary public indicates parties’ free will to sign that document.

A notarized document also guarantees that parties understood the document before signing it.

When do you need notary services?

When preparing certain documents, you will be required by the law to notarize them. The documents that require stamp of a notary public include deeds, trusts, contracts, affidavits, and wills.

These documents gain the legal status only when they have been notarized.

It’s important to note that you will need to book an appointment with notary public before you can notarize I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification forms. Be sure to call us and schedule your visit before you visit us for I-9 forms.

At Postal Center, we believe in providing convenience. When you need to send notarized documents somewhere, we offer a complete solution. You can print, notarize, copy, and ship the documents where you want to send them – all under one roof.

Things you need to know before you ask for notary public services

When you visit Postal Center for notary public services, it’s important that you come prepared.

You will need to bring a valid photo ID issued by government. Without producing a valid photo ID, a notary public will not entertain your request to notarize the documents.

Be sure to read your local laws about notarization before you visit us. Your local law might require bringing extra witnesses along at the time of notarization. Be sure to bring your witnesses with you to avoid incontinence.