I have used the Hi Nabor notary in Baton Rouge,Louisiana many times. The notary on Jones Creek Road is excellent! While I can not say anything bad about this notary public in Baton Rouge, I will explain how I am unique as a mobile notary. You can contact me at 225-907-5280.
I am a mobile notary! If you use the Hi Nabor notary, you have to go to him. If you call me, I also perform the notary public services, but I come to you! I can meet you at your home, business, prison, nursing home, work, hospital, or even a random parking lot if that is convenient for you.
I am open 24/7! I am available every day of the week, including Saturday and Sunday. I never sleep (much), so you can call me 24 hours a day. As a mobile notary that is open late, you can call me to meet you at any time, even after you get off work.
I stand behind every notary assignment that I perform. If there are any mistakes, even one that was caused by your fault, I will make it right by notarizing your documents again free of charge.
I am extremely friendly and helpful. Over 50% of the people that I help do not pay anything. I am more than willing to answer any questions that you have. If I can not directly help you, I will find out who you need to talk to, even if that means that I don’t make a penny.
As a Certified Notary Signing Agent, I have performed hundreds of mortgage and loan closings. I deal with closing loans on a daily basis.
I service Baton Rouge and all surrounding parishes including: East Baton Rouge, West Baton Rouge, Livingston, Ascension, Iberville, and more.
If you would like a mobile notary to come to you, please call me at 225-907-5280.
If you need help getting any LA bill of sale notarized, give me a call at 225-907-5280. As a mobile notary serving Baton Rouge and surrounding cities, I can visit you 24/7 to help with the paperwork.
One of the most common forms that I notarize for people is the bill of sale. A bill of sale that has been notarized is your proof of a transaction between two people. It clearly states who is selling, who is buying, what they are selling and buying, and how much they are paying for it.. From the seller’s standpoint, the bill of sale proves that he no longer owns whatever is being sold. There are many reasons that this could be important to properly document, including potential future liability. From the buyer’s standpoint, the bill of sale proves that he has purchased whatever is being bought from the buyer. It shows that the agreed upon amount was handed to the seller, and that the listed seller intended for it to be sold. There are also many reasons that this could be important to prove, not the least of which is when dealing with the government (DMV/OMV).
The following links will take you to many free Louisiana bill of sale forms that I use all of the time. Feel free to download them, and of course you can always call me at 225-907-5280 with any questions.
If you are buying or selling a boat trailer from an individual in Louisiana,you will want to fill out a Louisiana boat trailer bill of sale. You can use a general boat bill of sale to do this, but it’s probably a good idea to use a bill of sale that also includes the information on the trailer. Why? Because Louisiana is a silly title state on trailers, so you will need to present the document to the OMV (DMV) just for the trailer. The boat and motor are done separately with the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries.
I have helped hundreds of people with their LA trailer bill of sale because I am a mobile notary that covers the Baton Rouge region 24/7. If you are buying or selling a boat trailer,and need help with the paperwork, just give me a call at 225-907-5280. I will do my best to help you!
You can use the following free bill of sale for a boat trailer in Louisiana. If you need any assistance just give me a call. Click on the following link to download the easy boat trailer bill of sale template:
I haven’t done one of these in a while, but as a mobile notary public serving the Greater Baton Rouge area, I have to be prepared to notarize anything. I have helped a lot of people with doing a Power of Attorney (POA), but there is an interesting limited POA in Louisiana where you appoint someone to represent you in a Power of Attorney car sale.
So a lady called me today. She owns a vehicle, along with another man. The lady lives in Louisiana, but the co-owner lives is Mississippi. He was in town today, and they wanted to make it so that she could sell the auto on her own, without him having to come back here for the transaction. They needed a LA auto POA created,and that’s what we made. In the POA, he appointed her to sell his interest in the vehicle by naming her as his agent or attorney-in-fact. Of course I notarized the document to verify that he actually signed it. She is now fully authorized to sell the auto that they both own, and he won’t have to come back to LA to sell it.
Here is an example of the LA auto POA that we used. Just click on the link to download the form:
As a mobile notary that travels everywhere around Baton Rouge, I get asked to notarize a lot of documents. I can notarize so many different things, but one thing I can not notarize is a copy of a birth certificate in Louisiana! I wish I could, but it’s just not allowed. If I did sign a Louisiana birth certificate, it would be useless to you.
Today a man called me from Texas. He had recently had some trouble and needed his birth certificate. Since he was born in Baton Rouge, he was going to have a family member come to meet me to notarize his LA birth certificate. As much as I hated to say no, there wasn’t anything else that I could do except point him to information provided by the state.
Some parishes allow you to get an official copy of your Louisiana birth certificate from the local clerk of court, but most don’t. You can order one online from a vendor that is affiliated with the state. You can also visit the Department of Health and Hospitals for more information by clicking this link: HERE!
If I can help you with figuring this out just give me a call. You can also callme for all of your mobile notary needs at 225-907-5280.
There are a lot of notaries in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. As far as I know, I am the only Baton Rouge notary that is:
1- Mobile: I come to you wherever you are. I can visit you at your home, prison, hospital, nursing home, work, or even a random parking lot near you. Wherever you are, we can take care of your notary needs!
2- 24/7: I am literally available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for all of your notary needs. If you wake up at 3 A.M. and decide that you want to sell your car now and need someone to handle the bill of sale and title transfer, I’ll be there! If you decide on a Sunday that you want to buy a boat and need some help, I will come to you!
If you want the most customer service friendly of all of the Baton Rouge notaries, just give me a call at 225-907-5280.
Are you wondering where to get your documents notarized in Louisiana? What if I told you that you can get any Louisiana document notarized from wherever you are? What if you could get your LA papers notarized 24 hours a day, 7 days a week? That is exactly what I do! If you call me, George, at 225-907-5280, I will come to you, notarize your papers,and you will be very happy that you didn’t have to take off of work during banking hours to stand in line at the grocery store!
I can really help you with any document that requires a notary signature. To give you an example of some of the most common docs I work on: bills of sale, last will and testaments, living wills, power of attorneys, donations, cash sales, refinances, reverse mortgages, etc. If you require the notarization of documents, I can help by calling 225-907-5280!
As a traveling notary public, I will meet you anywhere in the Greater Baton Rouge area. I can come to your home, business, work, jail, hospital, retirement home, or even your neighborhood gas station parking lot. I come to you, anywhere, 24/7!
When you are ready to get your LA documents notarized just call George at 225-907-5280.
As a mobile notary serving the Greater Baton Rouge area, I am often asked to help clients in completing a bill of sale. If you call me at 225-907-5280 I will help you complete the bill of sale and notarize it. Of course I can gladly answer all of your questions and fill it out myself, but perhaps you want to complete it on your own. That’s why I wanted to add this post on getting a bill of sale for free that will work in Louisiana.
If you are trying to purchase or sell an auto (car, truck, motorcycle, rv, etc.), then a great form to use is the one provided by the Louisiana Office Of Motor Vehicles (called DMV almost everywhere else). You can download and print this LA bill of sale template directly from their website by clicking the following link- CLICK HERE FOR FREE LA BILL OF SALE PDF
If you are looking for a bill of sale for free for purchasing a boat, motor and trailer then there is a great sample form that you can get from the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. Even though it says that it is only for the boat and motor, I have never had a problem using it for the trailer as well. Just remember that you need to have it filled out completely to avoid major frustrations in the future! To get that Louisiana boat bill of sale form for free just click on the following link- CLICK HERE FOR BOAT BILL OF SALE
A general bill of sale for anything other than an immovable (house for example) can be used for livestock, horses, dogs, cats, etc. Just click on the following link to download a general LA bill of sale- CLICK HERE FOR GENERAL FORM
If you need any help with your bill of sale just give me a call at 225-907-5280. I work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and cover every city around Baton Rouge.
P.S. Here is a good video that I found showing you how to fill out a bill of sale.
I can visit you in your home, retirement home, hospital, jail, or even any public location. Instead of driving across town and standing in line, I can come directly to you, wherever you are, to take care of all your notary public services.
I can visit you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, anywhere around Baton Rouge. I regularly travel to the following parishes in Louisiana: East Baton Rouge, West Baton Rouge, Ascension, Iberville, Livingston and more. Some of the cities that I travel to includes: Baton Rouge, Brusly, Port Allen, Plaquemine, Denham Springs, Walker, Gonzales, Hammond, St Francisville, and many more.
If you want me to visit you for all of your notary public services, just call 225-907-5280.
As a mobile notary serving the Greater Baton Rouge region,I have helped many people fill out a Louisiana Living Will. If you need help with your Living Will in Louisiana, please call me 24/7 at 225-907-5280. I can meet you in your home, hospital, nursing home, business or anywhere that it would be convenient.
Let’s talk about a Living Will. We will define it, explain what you can decide in it, how you can record or share it, the requirements of a valid Living Will in Louisiana, where you can get it drafted, and an example. Remember that if you have any questions at all, or need me to notarize your LA Living Will, you can always call me at 225-907-5280.
A Living Will is “a legal document that a person uses to make known his or her wishes regarding life prolonging medical treatments. It can also be referred to as an advance directive, health care directive, or a physician’s directive. A living will should not be confused with a living trust, which is a mechanism for holding and distributing a person’s assets to avoid probate. It is important to have a living will as it informs your health care providers and your family about your desires for medical treatment in the event you are not able to speak for yourself.”
With a Louisiana Living Will you can make many choices. You may decide that CPR should/should not be used to prolong your life, a ventilator, hydration, nutrition, dialysis and much more. With a Living Will, you are likely to die whether life sustaining treatment is used or not, so this is you chance to declare exactly what types of treatments should be used by your physician.
You should always store all original legal documents in s safe location. Many people will store their original Living Will in a safe deposit box or fire proof safe in their home. It is important that you let your family and friends know where it is stored. If you are in a hospital or nursing home, you should provide access of your original health care directives to the staff. In Louisiana you can also record your Living Will with the Secretary of State for a $20 fee.
A valid LA Living Will should be signed and dated by you. It should also be signed by two adult witnesses.
If you have complicated requests for your Living Will, you should really seek an attorney to have it drafted. If you can express your desires in the Living Will from the Secretary of State, then use this link to download the free Louisiana Living Will form from them. Another great Louisiana Living Will template that you can cheaply purchase is Five Wishes that you can find by clicking this link for more information.
Here is an example: John is 70 years old. John has terminal cancer and is expected to live less than a year. John wishes to die in peace at his retirement home in Baton Rouge. John does not want any medical procedures to be used to extend his life, including hydration or nutrition. John uses the free Living Will form from the Louisiana Secretary of State. He initials that he does not want hydration or nutrition used. He signs and dates it, and gets two adults to sign it as well. John then records the original at the Secretary of State, gives a copy to the staff, and lets his family know of his desire.
If I can help you with your Living Will in Louisiana, please call me at 225-907-5280.