Now Is the Time to Use Our Mobile Notary Services
There’s never been a better time to take advantage of our mobile notary service. If you’re working from home or you find yourself unable to visit our office in Vancouver, don’t worry⏤we’ll come to you! We’re committed to helping our community, and one way we’ve done this is by adding convenience to our notary services. So, if you’re looking to take advantage of our mobile notary, give us a call at 778-819-8553.
Why use our mobile notary?
We know it can be tough for people to make it down to our notary office in Vancouver. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get your errands done!
Perhaps you’re a busy entrepreneur working long hours, or maybe you’re mobile-impaired and find it difficult to leave your home. You may even be working from home but need to fit a number of meetings and chores into your day. There are also instances where people need to stay home following government regulations, such as during a pandemic.
Whatever the reason, our mobile notary will visit your home or office to provide the same level of care and service you would receive in our Vancouver office.
Which services does our mobile notary provide?
On top of notarizations and creating true certified copies, our mobile notary offers a variety of services.
Drafting a Will
With a well-drafted legal will, you have full control over your assets, executor, and dependents. This is especially important if you have children, are married, own property, or have other investments. Drafting your will can give you peace of mind that your wishes will be taken care of should the unfortunate happen.
Power of Attorney and Representation Agreements
A power of attorney document and a representation agreement are similar in that you can appoint another person to make decisions on your behalf. However, there are some significant differences. A power of attorney document can be highly specific or quite broad in what you allow your appointed “attorney” to do.
Your designated “attorney” can be limited to cashing your cheques or can be granted the power to make significant financial and legal decisions. This all depends on your unique circumstances, and we are there to help you understand what can and can’t be done.
A representation agreement allows you to appoint an unpaid person as your legal representative. They are the person who will make legal, financial, and personal care decisions should you not be able to make those decisions due to illness, injury, or disability.
There are two types of representation agreements: an RA7 and an RA9. Your mental capability determines the one that’s right for you at the time of making the agreement. To learn which one is right for you, contact our mobile notary.
Affidavits and Statutory Declarations
These two documents are similar in that they are both legal documents stating facts.
An affidavit is the written version of sitting in a witness box and giving your statement to a judge. Affidavits are used for court cases and can also be used in courts outside of Canada.
A statutory declaration is typically used for non-court purposes and can only be used within Canada. An example of a situation where you would use a statutory declaration is an insurance loss claim. It’s important to keep in mind that its effect is the same as swearing in court: everything you say as a witness must be what you believe to be true.
Same-Day Mobile Notary Appointments
To provide you with the most convenient service possible, we offer same-day appointments for many of our notary services. We know that in many instances, you need these documents quickly. So be sure to give us a call, and we’ll do our best to provide you with the fast and friendly service for which Morris Notary is known. So, if you’re looking for a mobile notary, feel free to call our office at 778-819-8553.