Wednesday, March 18, 2020

How is Coronavirus Affecting My Services?

I was not quite sure how I would handle my notary work in light of the recent virus that is spreading worldwide. Do I feel comfortable going to a person's home, place of business? Would I want clients to come to my home? Being really uneasy about everything, I've decided that I will conduct either drive-by or drive-up notarizations...either at your home, place of business or my own home.

Here's how it will work. You call or text me to set up an appointment. If you come to my home, I will offer curbside services, with minimal contact. I will still need to access your driver's license and you will still need to sign my journal and, of course, I will need to handle the document(s) you are signing. I will provide hand sanitizer to you and I will disinfect my pen as well as my own hands.

The same will apply if I come to you. I will arrive at the curbside (or parking lot if I'm meeting you at your business) and will still follow all safety precautions.

I do ask that if you are sick or anyone in your home is sick, that you please do not schedule a notarization. I realize that time is of the essence when it comes to certain documents but I can not put mine or my family's health at risk. If I become ill or a family member becomes ill, I reserve the right to cancel, postpone or refuse a notary service. Thank you.

Please call or text for more information or to schedule an appointment 856-397-8908, if you do not get a response when you call, please leave a message with your name, phone number and document information and deadline.