|Linda A. Adams, Owner
|Every day individuals come into contact with documents
that require notarization: power of attorney forms,
statements attesting to a person’s identity, forms or
documents related to medical concerns, or financial
documents. Finding a notary is not usually a problem --
usually neighboring businesses or the bank down the street
have individuals who can notarize documents. However,
many times those notaries are bound by employer
regulations and cannot notarize documents for the general
public. So what do you do when you need a notary but the
notary in the office next door isn't available? Or if you have
found a notary, but can't travel to them to them during the
hours they are available?
|To reach Adams
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|Can't Travel to the Notary?
Have the Notary Travel to You!
9 am to 8 pm
9 am to 8 pm
1 pm to 5 pm
|Adams Mobile Notary Service will travel to meet
individuals at a time and place convenient to the
individual -- be that the corner coffee shop, the
individual's business, the doctor's office or medical
facility, or even the individuals' home after work -- to
notarize documents. A current, valid, government
issued photo identification is needed to confirm
identity. Adams Mobile Notary Service has experience
with refinances, power of attorney forms, as well as
various other documents.
Adams Mobile Notary Service provides notary service
within the metro Indianapolis areas with fees based on
state legislation plus mileage. Please call or email for
more information, to get a quote for rates or to schedule
|Linda Adams has been a commissioned notary public
since 1993 (since 2013 in Indiana), and has a current
background check through a program administered by
the National Verification Registry. Per Indiana
legislation Linda has a Title Producer License and is
available for notary work related to real estate
transactions as well as general notary work.
I AM NOT AN ATTORNEY LICENSED TO PRACTICE LAW IN INDIANA AND
MAY NOT GIVE LEGAL ADVICE OR ACCEPT FEES FOR LEGAL ADVICE
|As a Notary Public my responsibility is only
to verify the identity of the individual
signing the documents - not the
truthfulness, accuracy or validity of the
documents nor the contents of the
|THE SOLUTION: Don't travel to the notary . . .
Have the notary travel to you!