Notarial Services for the 21st Century

legal advice and draft legal documents. In New Mexico, a notary public is a state-commissioned official with narrow witnessing duties and much less discretion. Many unethical individuals exploit the confusion over these different roles to take advantage of unsuspecting immigrants.

In many Spanish-speaking countries, Notarios Publicos are legal professionals akin to

attorneys who provide

No Notarios!

A Notary Public is an official of integrity appointed by the secretary of state to serve the public as an impartial witness in performing a variety of official fraud-deterrent acts related to the signing of important documents. These official acts are called notarizations or notarial acts. Notaries are publicly commissioned as ministerial officials, meaning that they are expected to follow written rules without the exercise of significant personal discretion, as would be the case with a judicial official.

What is a Notary Public?

What is the difference between a Notary Public and a Notary Signing Agent?

A Notary Signing Agent oversees the signing process of a real estate transaction and receives specialized training and carries additional insurance that is beyond the scope of duties of a normal notary public. Go2Notary, LLC provides both types of notarial services.

What is required of me to get something notarized?

There are three things required by New Mexico law - that you be present, that you have a valid photo ID (current US driver's license, Armed Forces ID, tribal ID or US passport are the most common) and that you are doing so willingly.

Helpful tips

  • Do not pre-sign or pre-date the documents to be notarized;
  • Make sure that all parties are present at the time of the appointment;
  • Make sure that all documents that need notarization are at hand;
  • Be sure to have adequate funds (cash, money order, debit/credit card) on hand.

What is a mobile notary and how does it differ from a regular notary public?

A traditional notary public serves the public from a fixed location such as a bank or copy center. Mobile notaries travel to the client to execute their notarial acts.

Where does Go2Notary travel?

Go2Notary, LLC provides services to most of Bernalillo, Sandoval and Valencia counties. Other locations can be arranged or we will help you find a notary in your area.

Who does Go2Notary serve?

A New Mexico notary is charged with serving the public and thus Go2Notary, LLC will travel to anyone's location without discrimination within the areas of Bernalillo, Sandoval and Valencia counties that we serve.

In addition to private citizens, Go2Notary, LLC also provides services to hospitals, hospices, jail inmates, bail bondsmen, senior centers, and even on an employer's site if they wish to host a "notary day" for their employees,

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