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What are the costs of arbitration?

Arbitration is an out of court alternative to litigation. It can be a more convenient way for legal battles to be settled out of court, and is often considered to be a cheaper route to settling a dispute. As is the case with many legal matters, though, this is debateable and depends on the individual circumstances. Money Financially, the costs of arbitration do vary, since the cases can vary... [Continue Reading]

5 Tips for Starting Your Own Notary Business

Starting out your own Notary business isn’t child’s play. If you are starting out as a new notary signing agent you have to consider a lot of aspects. First of all you have to come up with a suitable business plan. Whether you’re a newbie or a veteran looking to expand further into the market, these 5 tips will help you make the right decisions. #1: Define Business Purpose ... [Continue Reading]

5 Ways to Reduce Your Business Start Up Expenses as a Notary Public

Do you want to make extra money in a side business? Have you considered becoming a Notary Public? As we’ve discussed on this website, it’s a great way to earn money. Depending on how many hours you want to devote to the role, you can choose part-time, occasional work, or full-time business. While you need to research the rules and fees for your state, there are some basic start-up... [Continue Reading]

What Is an Online Notary and How to Use It

Many of us have to notarize documents now and then, as notarization is often required for many pressures and legal transactions. For example, almost all transactions in the real estate industry require the service of a licensed notary public. A Notary Public is an integrity or official appointed by a state government to serve as a witness in performing a number of official acts related to... [Continue Reading]

What Is a Notary Public?

Most people have heard the term "notary public" and "notarized signature" but have no idea who notaries are and what they actually do. A notary public is a sworn and bonded official of a particular U.S. state who is appointed by the Secretary of State. In carrying out these duties, a notary public is expected to exercise independent judgment as well as following the state law. If the... [Continue Reading]