Certified Apostille Agent Service – Walnut Creek CA
John is a Certified Apostille Agent and can offer efficient and timely professional services for your international document needs.
Mobile Notary Services Martinez CA, Simple Living Trusts Lafayette CA, Legal Document Professionals & Notary Service, John Kopilow
What is the difference Chapter 7 and 11?
Chapter 7 is a “liquidation” bankruptcy that doesn’t require a repayment plan but does require you to sell some assets to pay creditors. Chapter 11 is a “reorganization” bankruptcy for businesses that allows them to maintain day-to-day operations while creating a plan to repay creditors.
We will prepare; complete and record your deed for you. Our $150.00 fee includes notarization and recording fees.
I am available to come to your office or home.
We specialize in Trust Signings in addition to general notarizations.
- Rate is $15 per signature plus applicable travel fee. Will vary by location.
- Covering Napa, Solano, Contra Costa and Alameda Counties.
- Flexible Availability. Call John at 707-242-1625.
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Simple Living Trust Walnut Creek CA, Legal Document Professionals & Notary Service provide you with a detailed living trust; pour over will, health care and financial powers of attorney, certification of trust; HIPPA authorization and preparation, notarization and recording of one deed and an organizer for easy access.
According to American Bar Association, The term “living trust” is generally used to describe a trust that you create during your lifetime. A living trust can help you manage your assets or protect you should you become ill, disabled or simply challenged by the symptoms of aging. Most living trusts are written to permit you to revoke or amend them whenever you wish to do so.
He values integrity and client service and you can be assured that you’re getting a dependable and professional agent.
What is the difference between apostille and certified?
Note that unlike apostilles, which require no further legalization, certificates of authentication may require further diplomatic or consular legalization before being sent overseas.
This may require further authentication by the U.S. Department of State and the Foreign Embassy of the country of intended use.