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    Yorktown, VA 23692

Notary Services

We Can Notarize All Your Legal Documents

During the course of adoption, divorce, or other legal matter, you will be required to have some of these documents notarized. Our convenient, in-office notary services are available for clients who need it (by appointment.)

A notary public is someone who is authorized by the Commonwealth of Virginia to serve as a third-party witness to impartially ensure that the individuals signing a document are verified, and do so of their own free will. A notary is not the same as an attorney, and cannot offer legal advice.

Notary Services

We can notarize all your legal documents, including:

    • Power of attorney
    • Affidavits
    • Depositions

Additional documents that may need notarization may include:

    • Oaths and affirmations
    • Living wills
    • Last will & testament and other estate planning documents
    • Acknowledgments
    • Certify deposit boxes
    • VIN verifications
    • Medical, insurance and financial documents
    • Contracts and other business documents

If you are also dealing with real estate, we can notarize documents such as:

    • Purchases
    • Refinancing
    • Reverse mortgages
    • Loan applications and modifications
    • Deeds (including quit claim deeds)
    • Home equity lines of credit (HELOC) loans
    • Other related documents

Even if the notary knows who you are, you are required to bring with you valid, current identification. This can include:

    • State-issued Driver’s License
    • State-issued Identification Card
    • Uniformed Services Identification Card
    • United States passport and/or passport card
    • Certificate of United States citizenship
    • Certificate of Naturalization
    • Foreign passport
    • Alien Registration Card with photograph

Note that documents and identification must be in a language that the notary understands. He or she has the right to refuse if it’s not a language familiar to the notary, or prepared in an unfamiliar format.

When you need a notarization, use our online contact form to make an appointment, and let us know what you need to have notarized. Some documents may require witnesses, so we’ll advise you when we make your appointment.

In addition to our government-issued ID, please bring all the documents you need notarized that are ready for signature.

For legal advice, please consult with Hope prior to your appointment.