Remote Online Notarization/Hybrid Loan Signings

Noble Paralegal Services offers remote online services via the LiveNotary platform. We offer remote services for many types of forms to meet your needs including loan signings and apostilles.

How does it work?

If your organization uses Pavaso, we can assist with hybrid loan signings to complete mortgage transactions.

1

Booking

After booking your appointment, you’ll receive a confirmation email with the name of your notary and a link to your virtual session.

2

Meeting

During your meeting, you will need to show the notary your ID and physically sign your documents on camera. (Please have your ID ready and your document printed before the meeting.)

3

Accuracy

Email your signed documents to the address provided so that we can double-check them for accuracy.

4

Mail

Lastly, we will mail your physical documents to the designated address.

5

Process

Once we receive your document(s), we will notarize and proceed with the notarization process. If your return address is in the US, we will ship your final package to you free of charge.

6

Service

All signers must be physically located within the US during the notarization. **If you are outside of the states, unfortunately we cannot provide services at this time.

While many notarial acts can be performed remotely, Wisconsin law does not authorize notaries to perform remote online notarial acts relating to any of the following:

  • The creation and execution of wills, codicils, or testamentary trusts.
  • The creation and execution of living trusts or trust amendments for personal use.
  • The creation and execution of powers of attorney, declarations to physicians (living wills), and authorizations for the use and disclosure of protected health care information.
  • The creation and execution of marital property agreements.
  • The administration of an oath before a witness at a deposition.
  • Notarial acts for individuals located outside the United States, unless the record that is the subject of the notarial act concerns property located within the U.S., a transaction substantially connected to the U.S., or a matter before a public official, court, governmental entity, or other entity subject to U.S. jurisdiction.

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