Notary Public

A Notary Public is a person who can witness oaths, solemn affirmations, the signing of affidavits or statutory declarations. A Notary Public may also certify documents to be true copies of the original.


Like Commissioner for Oaths, a Notary Public may also witness oaths, solemn affirmations and declarations but it is not necessary that a notarial seal be affixed to the document.

Affirmation of an Oath

Where an oath is being witnessed by a Notary Public or a Commissioner for Oaths, the deponent is required to confirm the following: "Do you swear the contents of this Affidavit as subscribed by you are true?" Where a solemn declaration is required instead, the deponent must declare in the positive to: "Do you make this solemn declaration conscientiously believing it to be true and knowing that it is of the same force and effect as if made under oath?"


In every case, the deponent must be physically present before the Notary Public or Commissioner for Oaths.

Preparation of Will/Power of Attorney/Personal Directives

Our Senior Paralegal and Notary Public will attend your location to prepare your Will, Power of Attorney and Personal Directives.


Please click onto our waiver and checklist link. It is necessary to have these forms completed prior to your appointment.

Legal Notice

Affordable Mobile Notary Public Services does not provide legal advice. Our services include the notarization of documents, administering oaths, affirmations and solemn declarations, certification of copied documents and the witnessing of agreements. The presentation of information on this page is not legal advice nor should it be relied on as such.

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