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Once you have made the critical decisions of planning for end-of-life care, it can bring peace of mind to know that your wishes will be respected and honored. After hard decisions have been made and documents drafted, many will require additional notarizations. We can help with that.
At Signature Move our notaries maintain continued state required education and have years of experience working with critical end-of-life documents. Our notary will take the time to make sure that all parties are willing and fully aware of what they are signing. There will also be a completed and detailed official record of the transaction.
At Signature Move Notary Services, we understand the importance of getting your documents notarized correctly and on time. That's why we offer a wide range of notary services to meet your specific needs. From last will and testaments to power of attorney documents, our team of experienced notaries is here to help you every step of the way.
There are various types of Power of Attorney documents that are commonly notarized, including Medical Power of Attorney, Financial Power of Attorney, and Durable Power of Attorney.
This sensitive document lets you assign a trusted person- often called your "agent", "attorney-in-fact" or proxy to legally make various decisions on your behalf.
A living trust is an estate planning document that places your assets into a trust and designates how the assets will be distributed after your death.
These documents often require additional impartial witnesses in addition to notarizations.
A last Will and Testament indicates how you would like to distribute your assets after death. Often called a "will" or "last will".
In the state of Indiana this document requires 2 impartial witnesses at the time of signing.
We provide notary services for medical directives, ensuring that they are properly executed and notarized.
Advance Directive or Medical Power of Attorney often will require additional witnesses and or notarization.
This document will indicate your wishes for end-of-life medical care if you cannot communicate.
A Transfer on Death deed is a common planning tool when creating an estate plan. Indiana is one of many states that allows the transfer of real property by a transfer on death deed.
A Transfer on Death allows the owner of an asset to name a beneficiary who will inherit the asset upon the owner's demise.
We offer mobile notary services that come to you, at your convenience. Whether it's at your home, office, hospital or any other location, we can help you get your documents notarized quickly and easily.
We understand that emergencies can happen at any time. That's why we offer flexible availability for our mobile notary services. Whether it's day or night, we can come to your location and help you get your documents notarized as soon as possible.
Have questions or need to schedule an appointment? Contact us today and we'll be happy to assist you. We pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service and look forward to helping you with all of your notary needs.