NNA Certified Notary Public & Loan Signing Agent

With years of experience, surving the State of Massachusetts.

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Appointments only with same day appointments availabledue to the highly sensitive information contained in many papers to be notarized, it is important to find a qualified notary that you can trust.

We pride ourselves on our confidentiality and professionalism.

Notary Public serves as an impartial witness during the signing of important documents.

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Confidential and professional mobile notary public and loan signing agent. Trustworthy and qualified to handle highly sensitive information. Same-day appointments available.

Mobile Notary Public

Professional mobile notary services available for your convenience. Whether you’re at home, in the office, hospital, court, or even in jail, our notary can travel to your desired location.

Loan signing agent

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In Massachusetts, there are different types of notarial loose certificates available for various purposes.

It is important for the signer to inform the Notary Public about the specific type of notarization required.

While a Notary Public can describe the primary notarial acts, they cannot recommend one type over another.

Offering such advice is considered illegal unless the Notary Public is also a licensed attorney.

Understanding Acknowledgments, Jurats, and Copy Certifications in Document Signing

Learn about different types of notarial acknowledgments like jurats and copy certifications. Understand their purpose and how they can be used.


An acknowledgment is used to declare that you have willingly signed a document. By acknowledging your signature, you confirm that it is your own and that you signed it voluntarily.


A jurat requires you to swear or affirm that the contents of the document are true. To complete a jurat, you must take an oath or affirmation before the Notary Public and sign in their presence.

Copy Certifications

A copy certification involves having the Notary confirm that a copy of a document is an exact match of the original. This type of certificate is useful when you need to authenticate copies.

All-Purpose Acknowledgment

The All-Purpose Acknowledgment is used when an individual is signing and acknowledging either on their own behalf or as a representative on behalf of another person or legal entity.


Certified Loan Notary Signing Agent with the National Notary Association (NNA) in the State of Massachusetts.

Holds Biberk Errors & Omissions Insurance (E&O) and has completed NNA Background Screening and NSA Continuing Education.

Also offers Ma. Mobile Notary services. Please note that as a Notary, I am unable to provide legal advice or assist in document preparation.

It is recommended to consult an Attorney for any legal guidance needed.

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