Why I became a Notary Public
After retiring from being a Budget Analyst for the Department of Defense for over 30 years, I moved to New Orleans, Louisiana to be with my daughter. I was still interested in working because I wanted to keep busy. However, I wanted to do some type of public service work. Public service work is important to me because It made me feel that I am contributing back to society. In New Orleans, I had the opportunity to volunteer with AARP. While volunteering with AARP, I was able to be an office assistant. I helped organize training classes, gave AARP talks at health fairs, and senior citizen centers, taught volunteers the AARP Volunteer Portal, set up classrooms for the training session, hosted AARP zoom meetings, was interviewed for an AARP magazine on Downsizing, and worked all AARP events that were held in New Orleans.
Yet, after being in New Orleans for 8 ½ years, I had a need to be close to family. We are all getting older, and I just want to be with my family after not being with them for over 27 years. At this point, 4 of my siblings had moved to Las Vegas, so I decided to move there. After searching for an area that we liked, my baby sister and I found an apartment in Henderson, NV to share.
My interest in becoming a notary began in New Orleans. I learned that notaries had a long history of helping people, which was similar to my volunteer work. Becoming a Notary is a noble occupation, and almost everyone will need notarization service at one time or another. I was also impressed that the Notary fees are regulated by the State of Nevada and are priced where the general population can afford notarization services. That is important to me because having to sign your name should not cost you a lot of money. Notary Publics are also known to give free or low-cost events for the elderly, disabled, students, and the homeless. And I wanted to be part of an occupation that has that kind of reputation. Which gives me the opportunity to give back and, also have a business of my own.
Imagine Me Notary, strive to provide our current and potential customers with a personalized, professional, and convenient approach to Mobile Notary Services in Henderson and the surrounding areas. We believe it’s an honor to give good service.
As a mobile notary service, we help ensure your transactions' smooth and quick completion by meeting you in a convenient location. We take pride in helping busy people who need a notary but can’t always make it to a storefront or office.
The Notary service we provide is as follows:
Power of Attorney,
Living Wills and Trust,
Authorization for Disposition
Bill of Sale
Estate Planning Package
Our Regular Notary Service Hours are:
Monday- Friday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday and Sunday: By Appointment Only ($10.00 Extra Charge)
***CLOSED FEDERAL HOLIDAYS*** However if you need our notary services, WE CAN ASSIST YOU.
1. Know the type of notarization needed.
2. Have your form/document completed, but DO NOT SIGN THE FORM as
it MUST be signed in the presence of the Notary Public.
3. Signer(s) Must have VALID, UNEXPIRED, PICTURE IDENTIFICATION such
as a Driver's License, DMV ID Card, Passport, or Passport Card.
4. Make sure the name listed on your document matches the name on your ID.
5. All signers listed on the document must be present, including witnesses for the notarization. (witnesses must not have any beneficial interest in the document)
6. Make sure you understand the document you are signing and fill in ALL of the pertinent information. But DO NOT SIGN the document.
If the Notary Travels to your location and no services are performed, we reserve the right to charge a $30.00 fee for the travel charge. Any other additional paid amounts will be refunded to you in the same manner you paid. Please allow 2-7 business days for your refund to reflect in your account.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THIS SERVICE PLEASE CALL/ TEXT (702) 487-3149 or Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org