Power of Attorney Notary

Top Rated Power of Attorney Notary

A power of attorney needs to be signed in front of a licensed notary public in order to be legally binding. The notary public is a representative of the state government, and their job is to verify the identity of the signer. As an Right on Time Notary Public, we perform power of attorney notarizations at your home, hospitals, nursing home, or any other convenient location.

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Notary For A Power of Attorney in Texas

At Right on Time Notary Pros, we notarize power of attorneys in and around Texas all the time! We meet with clients all the time at hospitals and nursing homes to notarize their POA in a time sensitive manner.

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What Types of Power of Attorney Can You Notarize?

A POA is a simple document that grants specific powers to someone you trust – called an “agent” or “attorney-in-fact” – to handle certain matters on your behalf. There are several different types of POAs in Texas. Most commonly power of attorneys we notarize are:


POA for Property

A power of attorney for property (also know as a financial POA) allows someone to handle your financial or business matters.

Health care POA

A health care POA allows someone to make medical decisions on your behalf. This document has many names, but here in Texas it is called a “durable power of attorney for health care”)

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