Services

ABT Notary offers affordable Traveling Notary Services in the Reading, PA and surrounding area. We travel to the location of our customer’s choosing and work hard to accommodate our customer’s schedule.

Notarial Acts

  • take an acknowledgement

  • administer oaths and affirmations

  • take a verification on oath or affirmation (includes an affidavit)

  • witness or attest a signature

  • certify or attest a copy or deposition and

  • note a protest of a negotiable instrument.

 
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Correspondence

Need a letter completed but do not know where to start? Don't have a computer or printer and need the job done? We can help you! We type and print just about any letter you need notarized.

 

Real Estate Documents

If you're selling your own house or property, you'll have documents requiring notarization, including Closing Documents signed by sellers and buyers, Warranty Deeds, Subordination Agreements, Quit Claims, and Occupancy Affidavits.

 

Closing Property Transactions

These days it seems that everyone’s schedule is jam-packed, and time is at a premium. Still, life and its many transactions need to move forward in a timely manner. For property sales, time is the utmost concern and the process can be complex, involving Buyers, Sellers, Lenders, and Title Insurance Companies, each with a stake in the transaction.

 

Traveling Signing Agent to the Rescue

To ensure that proceedings aren’t delayed, due to schedule conflicts, the Notary Signing Agent is an invaluable asset, traveling to a Buyer or Seller’s location to facilitate document signings by verifying everyone’s identity, getting the required signatures, notarizing as needed, and returning the documents to the Closing Agent.

You can trust that as an NNA Certified Notary Signing Agent, we will carry out each and every document signing with courtesy and professionalism, and deliver all documents safely.

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Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney form allows you to appoint another person to act on your behalf should you ever require someone to make short- or long-term decisions for you.

On a Power of Attorney form, the person granting authority to another is the "Principal". The person who is granted authority is called the "Attorney-in-fact" or "Agent".

 

Immigration Forms

We work closely with clients to provide exceptional services that are catered specifically to their needs. Take a look at the services we offer, and get in touch today with any questions.

Assistance in completing forms:

  • I-130: Family Petition

  • Form I-485: Application for Permanent Residency

  • Form N-400: Application for Citizenship

* ABT Notary does not provide legal services *

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