The Duties of a Notary in New Jersey

Our team of notaries will notarize the following documents in our office, your home or workplace:

  • Affidavits
  • Corporate Documents
  • Financial Documents
  • Immigration Documents
  • Living Wills/Wills
  • Medical Documents
  • Power of Attorney

We assist law firms, insurance companies, settlement service companies, manufacturing companies and individuals who need general notarization of documents quickly and professionally witnessed, signed, and sealed.

What is a Notary Public?
Commissioned NJ Notary Public are able to perform the following duties under New Jersey State law: administer oaths/affirmations, take acknowledgments, execute jurats, take proof of deeds, execute protests for non-payment and non-acceptance.

What is a Notary Public's Role?
The Notary must properly identify the signer of the document before the signer executes the document. A current identification with a photo is required such as a driver's license, passport, county or state ID card, Federal ID, Alien Registration card.

What are the Types of Documents Notarized and Why?
Most legal documents such as wills, deeds, and power of attorneys require notarization. The purpose of a document being notarized is to ensure the signer personally appeared before the notary, the signer signed their signature before the notary and they signed the document willingly and freely (not under any duress).

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