See & Sign Notary LLC

Latosha Winston, Notary Public


Greetings. My name is Latosha Winston and I continually provide prompt and excellent mobile notarial services at your convenience all counties in the State of Illinois, primarily in Cook County. Please request a quote if you require notary services outside of Cook County. I look forward to serving you.

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Notary Public

A person authorized to perform certain legal formalities, especially to draw up or certify contracts, deeds, and other documents for use in other jurisdictions. A notary public is a person appointed by state government to act as an impartial witness in the execution of important documents. The intent of notarization is to deter fraud by those signing paperwork, so proper verification of identity is a key task for notary services. A notary also assesses the signatory’s willingness to sign the document without threats or intimidation, and ensures that the signer is aware of the contents of the paperwork.

When looking at the functions of a notary public, you can see why the role is still essential in the Internet Age: These tasks must be performed by the notary while in the physical presence of the signatory. Obviously, this isn’t the case for online transactions, so notary services aren’t going away.

There are certain documents that must be notarized by law, even if the majority of the transaction, negotiations and communications take place online. The exact requirements vary by state, but you’ll likely need notary services to execute:

Documents related to the conveyance of a real estate, including the mortgage, deed and any other agreements;
Wills, trusts and certain estate planning documents;
Prenuptial agreements;
Structured settlement documents;
Powers of attorney for property;
Healthcare powers of attorney; and,
Others according to state law.

Fraud is widespread in online transactions, so there are situations where you might retain a notary public to ensure a document signer is who they claim to be. Retaining a notary professional would be useful in such online transactions as:

The purchase/sale of a vehicle, to verify title and ownership;
Online transactions for the purchase/sale of expensive products;
Agreements for personal loans; and,
Business agreements.

Attorney Notary Services
Lawyers need to ensure that their filings are clear as possible for their clients. I will come to you and ensure that everything works on your schedule.

Auto Notary Services
Having a notary verify your auto sales documents can reduce the risk of fraud and ensure that your loans come through quickly. I can help, especially with busy seasons and end-of-month rushes.

Notary Signing Services
Finding a notary when you need them can waste a lot of your time - and often may turn up fruitless. With my no minimum order policy, See & Sign Notary LLC can and will travel to you - all you have to do is tell us when and where.

In general, consider retaining the services of a notary public whenever the risk of fraud is present – whether online or not.

The convenience and speed of completing transactions online appeal to many people who want to transact business via the internet. But it’s important to understand that legal requirements for notary services don’t go away simply because documents can be executed online. There are also benefits to retaining a notary – even when not required under the law – in order to protect yourself from fraud. Contact a notary public directly for more information on the laws in your state and other requirements for completing online transactions.

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Business Hours

7 Days A Week

Monday thru Sunday
8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

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Travel Fees

Notary At Your Door charges the following travel fees on top of the $10 state-mandated maximum fee:

• 5 miles or less: $30.
• 5-10 miles: $35.
• 10-20 miles: $40.
• 20-30 miles: $45.
• 30-40 miles: $60.

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