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 Mobile & Remote Notary Services in The greater binghamton area

Beth McGee- Kirkwood NY Notary Public

 

Mobile Notary Services in Broome & Surrounding NY Counties
Proudly Serving All 50 States Through Remote Online Notarization

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Mobile and Remote Notary Services For Your Convenience

Beth McGee is a Commissioned Notary Public in New York State & National Notary Association Certified Signing Agent.

Mobile Notary

Reliable mobile notary services for you in Binghamton, NY. Professional, confidential and reliable notarization when and where you need it in Binghamton, NY and surrounding counties. Beth McGee is a commissioned Notary Public and E-Notary in New York State providing general notary services and a certified National Notary Association Signing Agent available to meet your loan signing requirements. Service area includes Binghamton, Johnson City, Vestal, Endicott, Windsor, Whitney Point, Ithaca and more. Call today for availability! 

Do you have a public event or facility where notarization is needed on a regular basis? Please contact today to discuss availability for on-site notarization opportunities for your clients and community members. 

 

Remote Online Notary

Use Remote Online Notarial (RON) services at the push of a button with increased security and convenience. Beth McGee is a commissioned E-Notary through New York State proudly serving all 50 states through secure, remote technology. RON is completed using the Blue Notary platform and is a secure and affordable way to have your documents notarized. A New York State E-Notary Public must notarize documents according to the requirements of New York State. View the NY Notarization Guide provided by the Blue Notary platform for more information.

Trust Delivery Agent Services?

A Trust Delivery Agent is a credentialed notary that has undergone advanced training and testing to better serve the public and estate planning professionals in the skillful presentation and execution of trust documents. Beth McGee is a Certified Notary Trust Delivery Agent (CNTDA) trained in the presentation of Trust and Estate Planning documents for notarization.

If you are an attorney who provides Estate Planning services and are seeking a Notary to facilitate off-site Trust signings, please reach out to discuss working together to provide personalized service for your clients with mobile signing that meets their needs.

For individuals seeking a Notary to finalize your DIY Trust documents, I am not able to prepare your documents. However, I am able to serve as your Notary Public for documents that require notarization. Please call or email today to schedule your appointment. I look forward to serving you during this important time.

Loan SigninG Services

As your Loan Signing Agent, I can help you or your clients navigate the signing process for loans and other conveyances with accuracy, efficiency, and confidentiality. I am a trained and certified Signing Agent by and member of the National Notary Association. I am commissioned and insured in New York State to allow you to use my services with confidence. My service is equipped with a dual-tray printer with multiple size print and portable scanner. 

I-9 Verification- A Non-notarial service

Every employer must verify employee identity and employment eligibility. While no notarization is required for this document, employers may appoint an Authorized Representative to complete I-9 Verifications and re-verifications to help remain in compliance. CALL TODAY to discuss how I can assist you with your I-9 process. If you are an employer who was enrolled in E-Verify when you performed a remote examination of your employee’s Form I-9 documentation under the COVID-19 flexibilities between March 20, 2020, and July 31, 2023, you may want to review this important information about changes in the Federal Law.

Nestled in the picturesque landscapes of upstate New York, Kirkwood is a community with a rich history and a tranquil charm. Surrounded by rolling hills and scenic vistas, Kirkwood offers a peaceful retreat while being conveniently located near major urban centers. Known for its friendly atmosphere and tight-knit community, Kirkwood celebrates its agricultural roots and small-town values. The town is home to various farms, reflecting a commitment to sustainable living and local produce. Kirkwood also takes pride in its recreational offerings, with parks and outdoor spaces providing residents with opportunities for leisure and connection. As a notary serving Kirkwood, I am committed to providing essential notarization services for a range of documents, including real estate transactions, affidavits, and various legal instruments crucial for the smooth functioning of this close-knit community. Whether it’s assisting with property transactions or ensuring the validity of important legal documents, my notary services aim to support the residents of Kirkwood in their diverse needs. 

 

In New York State, Notaries Public are “commissioned” (i.e., licensed) by the Secretary of State. A Notary Public is a person legally authorized to administer oaths, witness the signing of documents, and deter fraud by verifying the identity of a person who signs a document. A Notary Public is not an attorney and cannot give legal advice. For information about how to obtain the documents you need for your concern, consult a trusted attorney. Learn about the Notary Public Code of Professional Responsibility here. 

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Mobile Notary services are available in Broome & Surrounding Counties. Remote Notary services in all 50 states.

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Mobile Notary Service

Notarization When & Where You Need It

My Mobile Notary service provides convenience and confidentiality for your notarizations. Whether you’re at home, work, or in a public place, I will provide notary service when and where you need it. You’ll save time and money when your Notary comes to you to provide insured, professional service. Contact me today to schedule your mobile notarization.  

How Does Mobile Notarization Work?

Book Your Mobile Notarization

Call 607-280-2344 or email notarize@exemplaryva.com to get your documents notarized from wherever you are at your convenience.

Proudly serving all 50 states with Remote Online Notarization (RON). Contact Exemplary Notary today to book your Remote Online Notarization. Once your appointment time is set, you’ll receive instructions on how to proceed.

Meet At A Convenient Location

Notarizations can be completed at a public place, healthcare facility, your home, or other convenient location.

ID Verification

Forms of identification that must be presented at the time of the notarization can include:

  • Valid, unexpired, government issued ID with photo and description such as a driver’s license or passport or passport card. You must show both the front and the back and it must display your signature.
  • At least two current documents issued by an institution, business entity, or federal or state government with at least the individual’s signature
  • The oath or affirmation of two witnesses who know the individual personally and provide identification that meets the requirements listed above.
  • View the New York Notary License Law for more information on identification requirements.

Notarization

Details of your notarization will be recorded and your document notarized by Acknowledgment or by oath or affirmation for notarization by Jurat.

What is an Acknowledgement?
An Acknowledgement is a formal declaration before a duly authorized officer by a person who has executed an instrument that such execution is his act and deed.

What is a Jurat? 
A Jurat is a notarization in which a a signer swears to or affirms the truthfulness of the contents of a document to a Notary or notarial officer. 

    Available 7 Days A Week

    Remote Online Notarization (RON)

    Is Remote Online Notarization Secure?

    Remote online notarizations are more secure than traditional notarizations that occur in person, as security and recording features are required in order to meet State criteria in place to prevent fraud. You may attend the notarization online from the privacy of your own home or other location of your choice, with even more respect to the confidential nature of your important documents. RON commissioned Notaries Public in New York State are required to retain audio/video recordings of each Remote Online Notarization for a minimum of 10 years.

    Documents That Cannot Be Notarized Remotely in NYS Include:

    • Powers of Attorney (POA)
    • Healthcare Proxy
    • Trusts
    • Do Not Resuscitate orders (DNR)
    • Wills (Wills are not notarized in NYS)

    These documents may not be signed electronically in NYS, so they may not be notarized electronically by New York Notaries Public.

    How Does Remote Notarization Work?

    Book Your Online Notarization

    Call 607-280-2344 or email notarize@exemplaryva.com to get your documents notarized from wherever you are at your convenience.

    Proudly serving all 50 states with Remote Online Notarization (RON). Contact Exemplary Notary today to book your Remote Online Notarization. Once your appointment time is set, you’ll receive instructions on how to proceed.

    Upload Your Documents

    You’ll receive a link from your notary to log in and upload your documents to a Remote Online Notarization (RON) platform directly from your computer or mobile device.

    Identity Verification

    We’ll authenticate your identity by personal knowledge, by oath or affirmation of a credible witness, or verification of an official, acceptable identification pursuant to credential analysis and identity proofing.

    Forms of identification that must be presented at the time of the notarization can include:

    • Valid, unexpired, government issued ID with photo and description such as a driver’s license or passport or passport card. You must show both the front and the back and it must display your signature.
    • At least two current documents issued by an institution, business entity, or federal or state government with at least the individual’s signature
    • The oath or affirmation of two witnesses who know the individual personally and provide identification that meets the requirements listed above.
    • View the New York Notary License Law for more information on identification requirements.

    Connect Remotely

    We’ll connect remotely by video conference on a preferred notary platform. I will confirm your identity, witness your signature, and assist as needed. Once identity is confirmed, your notarization can be completed. This may or may not require administering an oath or affirmation depending upon the type of notarization required. I will affix my digital signature, notary seal, and digital certificate to your document.

      Prepare & Receive Your Documents

      Once your documents have been notarized, you can download and share them at your convenience. 

        What Types of Documents Might Need Notarization?

        • Loan Signings
        • Real Estate Transactions
        • Powers Of Attorney
        • Trusts
        • Prenuptial / Post Nuptial Agreements
        • Witnessing & Notarizing Legal Documents 
        • Business Financial Documents
        • Personal Financial Documents
        • Living Wills, Healthcare Proxies, DNR
        • Self Proofing Affidavit or Affidavit of Witnesses
        • Minor’s Consent to Travel
        • Oaths & Affirmations 
        • Letters
        • Affidavits
        • NYS MBE, WBE, & MWBE Forms
        • Contracts
        • Summer camp & Daycare Authorizations
        • Auto Loans
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        Exemplary Notary is a service of Exemplary VA, LLC, licensed and insured in New York State. Beth McGee is a Notary Public and E-Notary Commissioned in New York State.

        What is an Acknowledgement?

        An Acknowledgement is a formal declaration before a duly authorized officer by a person who has executed an instrument that such execution is his act and deed. 

        What is a jurat?

        A Jurat is a notarization in which a a signer swears to or affirms the truthfulness of the contents of a document to a Notary or notarial officer. 

        What is an oath or affirmation?

        If your notarization requires an oath or affirmation, often noted on the notary block with a phrase such as “subscribed and sworn”, you will be required to raise your right hand and respond to an oath/affirmation such as “Do you solemnly swear or affirm that the contents of this document subscribed by you is correct and true?” A verbal response is required.

         

        What documents can be notarized?

        Legal documents such as: 

        • Advanced directives
        • Trust and Estate Planning documents
        • Custody and guardianship agreements
        • Executorships
        • Court documents
        • Power of attorney
        • Consent to Travel for Minors

        NOTE: Wills are not notarized in New York State. Instead, one may use a Self-Proving Affidavit which has your name, your witnesses’ names, and a legal statement declaring you all verify the Will is legal and valid and that you all witnessed its original signing. This document may then be notarized. 

        Business Documents such as:

        • Vendor and supplier contracts
        • Articles of incorporation
        • Commercial leases
        • Memorandum of understanding (MOU) documents
        • Employment contracts
        • Property construction and loan agreements
        • Permits

        Financial Documents such as:

        • Mortgage closing documents
        • Property deeds
        • Loan documents
        • Financial statements
        Reasons Documents may not be notarized

        Some reasons your document may not be notarized:

            • The document is post-dated, or has a later date than the date you are meeting with your notary. 
            • A signer is unable to prove their identity.
            • A signer isn’t physically present.
            • The document or form is blank, has blank sections, or is missing one or more pages.
            • A signer seems confused and unable to comprehend the content of the documents they are signing and why they are signing them. 
            • If your notary thinks the transaction is illegal, they may decline to notarize the document. 

        You should know that notaries will not authenticate or validate objects. Notaries are also not allowed to notarize their own signatures or serve in the capacity of a notary if they are a party to the transaction or situation.

        What do i need for identification?

        Forms of identification that must be presented at the time of the notarization can include:

        • Valid, unexpired, government issued ID with photo and description such as a driver’s license or passport
        • At least two current documents issued by an institution, business entity, or federal or state government with at least the individual’s signature
        • The oath or affirmation of two witnesses who know the individual personally and provide identification that meets the requirements listed above.
        • View the New York Notary License Law for more information on identification requirements.
        How much does notarization cost?

        Notaries in New York State may charge $2.00 per notarial act for in-person notarization and $25.00 for Remote Online Notarization (RON). Travel, printing, and additional service fees pertaining to your mobile or remote notarization are in addition to notarial act fees and will be agreed upon prior to the notarization appointment. 

        What is your mobile notary service area?

        My service area includes the The Greater Binghamton area in Broome County New York. Other locations include Vestal, Endicott, Johnson City, areas of Chenango, Tioga, Delaware, and Tompkins Counties. Please call for availability and ability to serve you at your location if you’re unsure.

        Can you provide me with legal documents?

        In New York State, Notaries Public are “commissioned” (i.e., licensed) by the Secretary of State. A Notary Public is a person legally authorized to administer oaths, witness the signing of documents, and deter fraud by verifying the identity of a person who signs a document. A Notary Public is not an attorney and cannot give legal advice. For information about how to obtain the documents you need, consult a trusted attorney. Some documents are standard and may be found on your Department of State website, or you may find assistance at *LawDepot.com.

        Common Documents Available From New York State:

        New York Power of Attorney

        DIY Forms Available from New York Courts

        * Exemplary VA LLC provides affiliate links to LawDepot® support and may earn a commission from your purchase there. LawDepot® is not a law firm and cannot provide legal advice. They provide information and software and you are responsible for appropriately when using their material. Exemplary Notary Services and Exemplary VA LLC is not a representative of LawDepot® and is not responsible for the content or legitimacy of the documents utilized there.

         

         

        What Are Trust Delivery Agent Services?

        A Trust Delivery Agent is a credentialed notary that has undergone advanced training and testing to better serve the public and estate planning professionals in the skillful presentation and execution of trust documents. Beth McGee is a certified Trust Delivery Agent trained in the presentation of Trust and Estate Planning documents and notarizations.

        If you are an attorney who provides Estate Planning services and are seeking a Notary to facilitate off-site Trust signings, please reach out to discuss how we can work together to enhance your service offerings.

        For individuals seeking a Notary to finalize your DIY Trust documents, please call or email today to schedule your appointment. I look forward to serving you during this important time.

        What Are Loan Signing Services?

        As your Loan Signing Agent, I can help you or your clients navigate the signing process for loans and other conveyances with accuracy, efficiency, and confidentiality. 

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        * Exemplary VA LLC provides affiliate links to LawDepot® support and may earn a commission from your purchase there. LawDepot® is not a law firm and cannot provide legal advice. They provide information and software and you are responsible for appropriately when using their material. Exemplary Notary Services and Exemplary VA LLC is not a representative of LawDepot® and is not responsible for the content or legitimacy of the documents utilized there.

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        Beth McGee- Notary Public, New York State

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