Notary Public in Georgia
Looking for a notary public in the state of Georgia?
Need someone that knows and understands applications for licensure to become a therapist?
I am a notary public that can help you in your notarization needs.
Expedited and Mobile Notary Services come with an additional fee.
I serve the Metro Atlanta area and surrounding counties (Fulton, Dekalb, Gwinett, Forsyth, Cobb).
How to Prepare:
- A photo ID that includes an example of your signature like a Driver’s License or Passport.
- The original document(s) to be signed and notarized.
- Do not sign the document before meeting with a notary. They must observe the signature in person in order to use the notarization stamp.
- A notary does not need to read the document in entirety, they only need to know the purpose of what they are officiating.
- A notary cannot officiate if the document contains missing pages or blanks that should be complete at the time of notarization.
- The document cannot be dated later than the day of notarization.
- A notary cannot post-date a notarial certificate (his/her official statement at the end of the document), or date it earlier than the actual date of notarization.
- A notary cannot sign/seal a blank notarial certificate.
- Notaries cannot give advice or opinions that should be given by an attorney—this is unlicensed practice of law.
- A notary has the right to refuse a notary stamp and signature
Documents that Therapists May Need Notarized:
- Associate Licensure Paperwork (clinical director pages, supervision pages, citizenship confirmation pages)
- Licensure Paperwork (similar pages as above)
- 1099 Contractor Agreements
Documents I can officiate:
- witnessing or attesting signatures
- administering oaths and affirmations
- witnessing affidavits
- taking verifications
- taking acknowledgements
I can also certify certain documents such as:
- documents involving business transactions
- school diplomas
- personal letters
- insurance policies
- accounting statements
- lease agreements
- invoices of bills of sale
- student permission forms
- consent to give medical treatment forms
- living wills
- consent to travel forms
- a US passport