Mobile Notary for Family Documents

When you use Arizona’s 1st Notary, you’ll enjoy the process. Ultimately, we want to be more than just a Notary Public service. You can rely on us to help make the whole process as simple and smooth for you and your family. When it comes to document verification, Arizona 1st Notary is the company to call. Set up an appointment or contact us to discuss your Notary needs.

  • Trusted Knowledge

    Our Notaries can assure a smooth process when needing a document notarized.

  • Same Day Notarizations

    Our Traveling Notary will meet at a location convenient for you. You dont have to wait in lines at UPS or the Bank for a Notary.

  • Certified Mobile Notary Public

    Mobile notary services commissioned in the State of Arizona.

Notary for Travel consent form

Notaries are essential for signing and validating your documents. We confirm the authenticity of the person or person’s signing the document.

In the absence of both (or either) legal guardians, a Child Travel Consent Form is used to document a child’s consent to travel. Both parents must sign a consent letter if a child travels borders unaccompanied or with an adult who is not their legal guardian. If they are traveling with one parent, the consent form must be signed by both parents. In either case, parents or guardians must establish their identity (such as a copy of their passport or photo ID).

The adoption process can be overwhelming at times. Most likely, anyone that is going through the adoption process will need to have one or more documents notarized. Some common documents that require notarization for an adoption are: Power of Attorney form, Employment Verification, Medical Letters, Reference Letters and Bank Statements.

Notarization is usually necessary for some divorce forms. Financial documents typically require a notary to verify that it is indeed your signature on the form. A notary public ensures the identity of all parties signatures and identity. Common documents Divorce Complaint, Petition, and Financial affidavits.

A domestic partnership is a non marital relationship between two people who share a home but are not married. Domestic partners are entitled to survivorship, hospital visitation, and other rights. Its vital to register a domestic partnership to ensure the partners have the same legal protections as married couples.

Our Mobile Notary provides the best mobile notary services in the East Valley. Arizona 1st Notary is NNA certified, licensed, insured, and bonded.

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