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Power of Attorney Notarization


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  3. After payment - verify your identity with ID.
  4. We will certify the document and send you the notarised document with Notary Seal and signature.

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Welcome to our Power of Attorney Notarization service, where advanced digital tools bring the efficiency of remote online notarization to essential legal documents like the Power of Attorney (POA). Our service is tailored to ensure that legally delegating authority over your financial matters and real estate transactions is as easy, secure, and legally binding as possible, all from your preferred location.

Our commissioned notary public professionals are adept in legal requirements and are available online to validate your identity, oversee your signing as the principal, and apply an official notarial seal to your attorney documents, ensuring they are notarized correctly.

 Why Choose Online Power of Attorney Notarization?

  • Remote Convenience: Our remote online notarization service allows you to notarize your Power of Attorney from any place, at any time, effectively bypassing the need for physical visits to a local notary.
  • Efficiency and Speed: With our streamlined process, we significantly cut down the time and effort typical in traditional notarization, ensuring the quick delivery of your notarized power for financial decisions or medical decisions.
  • Expert Notaries: Our team, consisting of experienced and commissioned notary public professionals, is well-versed in legal matters pertaining to attorney forms and notarial acts, ensuring the legitimacy and accuracy of your notarized document.
  • Advanced Security: We prioritize your privacy and the safety of your documents, employing knowledge-based authentication and advanced security protocols for a secure notarization experience, giving you peace of mind.


Experience the simplicity and effectiveness of our Power of Attorney Notarization service. Whether it's for a durable POA, general POA, medical power, or any other attorney in fact matters, our service is designed to cater to your needs. Purchase our product or connect with our dedicated customer support for a seamless, reliable, and legally compliant notarization experience. If you have any questions about the process, legal requirements, mental capacity considerations, or how to revoke power, our team is here to assist you!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - Power of Attorney Notarization | NotaryPublic24

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A Power of Attorney is a legal document that grants one person (the agent) the authority to act on behalf of another (the principal) in financial matters, real estate transactions, medical decisions, and other legal affairs.
When a POA is notarized by a notary public, it means that a commissioned notary has verified the identity of the person signing (the principal), witnessed their signature, and marked the document with a notarial act to make it legally binding.
Yes, remote online notarization is legally valid and recognized. It involves a notary public notarizing documents digitally using digital tools and knowledge-based authentication, providing convenience while maintaining legal standards.
To ensure your POA is legally binding, it must be executed correctly, which includes being signed in the presence of a commissioned notary public who will verify your mental capacity and free will, and then notarize the document.
Yes, a specific type of POA, known as a medical power of attorney, allows an appointed agent to make medical decisions on behalf of the principal, particularly when they are mentally incapacitated.
The notary public's role is to validate the identity of the person named in the document, ensure that they understand and are making their own decisions freely, and to perform the notarial act to make the document legally effective.
To revoke a POA, the principal must be mentally capable and execute a revocation document that is often also notarized. It is important to inform any person or institution relying on the original POA about the revocation.
Yes, family members are commonly named as attorneys in fact. However, it's important to choose someone trustworthy who will act in the principal's best interests
NotaryPublic24 employs commissioned notaries who are trained to handle legal documents with accuracy. They ensure all legal requirements are met and that the information provided by the principal is correct and authentic.
Yes, a general or durable POA can grant the authority to manage real property and financial affairs on behalf of someone else, especially if they become mentally incapacitated or are unable to make their own decisions.

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