Legally Notarize Your Documents
Affidavit Typing and Notarizing
While anyone can Type and print any documents, for example an Affidavit and have it delivered to your doorstep.
Some steps are necessary to make such documents legally binding.
You can proceed to the Court with your typed and printed copy for the Commissioner of oaths to witness,sign stamp and seal for your Affidavit to become legally binding
Alternatively a notary public is authorized by law to carry out this function to give your Affidavit a legal bind.
Shopwise as part of our document processing services provides links to qualified agencies to help achieve your goals with minimum efforts
Forward your documents to the agencies physically or electronically
Visit the agency to complete the process where your physical presence is mandatory or use our virtual notary services where applicable
Print and Pick up your Affidavit at any of our law offices that are qualified to administer the oath to make your Affidavit legally binding.
Does an affidavit have to be notarized?
Affidavits require that you swear or affirm an oath stating that the information is true in the presence of a commissioner of oaths. A notary public also has all of the powers of a commissioner for taking affidavits, therefore, either a notary public or commissioner of oaths can witness your oath and signature. This can be done either in the physical or virtual presence of one of these individuals
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