Court and Litigation Documents
As the professional mobile public notary, we assist clients on a regular basis with court and litigation documents. Some of the documents we help notarize include marriage settlements, prenuptial agreements, divorce agreements, annulments, court filings, affidavits, child custody cases, and many more. We offer a range of notary services for all types of court cases and their accompanying documents. We also understand that many court documents are time-sensitive, which is why we can bring our services directly to you in a timely manner.
Court filings often require a notary signature because of their legal nature in order to make them secure and certified. We offer our notary services for your court filings including name changes, custody documents, marriage and divorce documents, and so much more. Our notary services are also suitable for other types of court dealings, including civil cases and criminal cases, as well as immigration and family law. If you have any other types of court filings, we can also assist with providing our notary signatures and services.
Affidavits often need to be notarized so that they can be used during a court case by one or both parties. An affidavit usually needs a notarized signature to certify that the information is being declared by the appropriate person and it is true and valid. This prevents others from submitting false affidavits or signing information to legal documents that don't belong. For any type of affidavit, we can notarize your personal affidavit and ensure that your true signature is signed to the form with the relevant information.
Motions and Hearings
Other types of court and litigation documents that might need to be notarized include motions and hearings documents. Motions and hearings are legal procedures that change the course of the court case or how it will be arranged, what information is needed and can be presented, and when. When the involved parties want to file motions and hearings relevant to their case, some of these documents also need to be notarized before they can proceed further. If you have questions about whether or not a motion or hearing document needs to be notarized, let us know and we'll provide assistance to see what's mandatory and where signatures are needed.
All of our notary services are legally binding and can be used in court and litigation proceedings. We have licenses that allow us to attest to and certify the information in its truest form and ensure that the information or contracts moving forward are legally binding in nature. We take pride in the work we do and strive to offer only secure methods of services for your court and litigation needs. You can count on us for professional and legally binding notary services for all of your court documents, files, filings, and other litigation documents. Our team is ready to assist you with all of your court and litigation documents and notary needs.