- Witness and attest signatures: Verify proof of identity (government issued driver’s license, passport or employee identification card) of the person signing a document. Observe as a document is signed.
- Administer Oaths and Affirmation: An oath is a spoken, solemn promise to a Supreme Being that is made by a Notary, (i.e. “I solemnly swear that the statements in this document are true, so help me God.”) An affirmation is a spoken, solemn promise on one’s honor, with no reference made to a Supreme Being, which is made before a Notary, (i.e. “I solemnly affirm that the statements in this document are true.”)
- Copy Certification: Certify that a document is a copy of an original.
DISCLAIMER: A Notary Public is not an Attorney at Law, and it is illegal for a Notary to dispense legal advice. A Notary is not responsible for verifying the truth or accuracy of any document. Notarizing a document does not make it legal, official or validated.
To Schedule an Appointment: Call: (202) 554-2277 or Email Caring Hands Services