What is a Notary Public?
A notary public (or notary, or public notary) is tasked with verifying the authenticity of your most important transactions. Their consent is often the final step in establishing power of attorney, closing on a home, or opening a retirement account.
So what is a notary public? Who are the people that stamp your documents, and what does it take to earn their (literal) seal of approval?
What Does a Notary Public Do?
A notary public is a public official appointed by a state government to help deter fraud. Notary publics witness the signing of important documents and verify the identity of the signer(s), their willingness to sign the documents, and their awareness of the contents of the document or transaction.
These documents include:
Powers of attorney
The term “notary public” only refers to common-law notaries and should not be confused with civil-law notaries, which are lawyers who have passed their bar exam. A common-law notary who is not a lawyer is forbidden from providing legal advice.
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Civil Ceremonies are performed by wedding officiants without any religious denomination. In order to fulfill the legal requirements, your marriage must be solemnized by a certified wedding officiant (denominated or non-denominated, i.e. religious or not religious) prior to registering it with the L.A. County Registrar/Recorder’s Office. A Civil Ceremony will satisfy this requirement.
Our wedding officiants are certified by the Universal Life Church to perform wedding ceremonies where individuals are joined in lawful union. We often perform civil ceremonies for couples who plan to get married later in front of family or church, but need the formality and legality of a civil wedding for a variety of reasons.
Since proxy marriages and marriages over the Internet are not allowed in the State of California, both parties must be present at wedding ceremony. You do not need to have a witness at your ceremony since our Ceremony is Confidential.
After your ceremony you will receive a customer copy of your marriage certificate which can be used for any federal purposes such as immigration, insurance, tax filing, etc. We will submit your original marriage license/certificate to the Los Angeles County Registrar/Recorder’s office for recording. Once your marriage certificate is recorded by the County (which normally takes 6-8 weeks) you will receive a certified copy of your marriage certificate by US mail.