Opening a business as a mobile
notary republic is growing in popularity. More and more businesses are
turning to notary republics such as real estate, title insurance, business
and more. This business is flexible and will allow you to work from home
if you choose.
In order to become a notary
you will have to pass a state examination in your state. The requirements
will vary from state to state. For more information and to find out your
requirements you can visit http://www.nationalnotary.org/
Below we have answered some
common questions for you to help you better grasp this business idea:
*What is a Notary?
A Notary Public is a public servant appointed by state government to witness
the signing of important documents and administer oaths. You can be an
independent contractor and called in to witness papers when needed and
paid a fee that you specify.
*What do you need?
Requirements will vary state to state but when choosing your course whether
it be online or off make sure it included preparation for your state exam.
*What skills will you need?
This will be determined by what avenue you choose for your business. Will
you specialize in wills and trusts or Real estate or loan documents? The
choices can be endless! If this is a business you are opening as an independent
contractor, you may need liability insurance to help you prevent being
responsible for false signatures.
A Notary must uphold his/her oath at all times and be fully aware of the
distinction between what you are allowed and permitted to advise on and
what you are prohibited from advising on. For instance you are not able
to give any legal advice, even if you are sure you have the correct advice
it is unadvisable to do so.
for further information and also visit http://www.nationalnotary.org/