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The Specialists at Precision Mediation & Civil Services possess a variety of educational and professional expertise and have excelled in many professional areas.  Such a diverse skill set allow Precision Mediation & Civil Services to offers several other services to meet the variety of needs of the community.

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Notary publicNP StampNotary Services:

A Notary Public is a public servant with statewide jurisdiction authorized to take acknowledgments, protest instruments permitted by law to be protested (primarily negotiable instruments and bills and notes), administer oaths, take depositions, and certify copies of documents not recordable in the public records.

A Notary Public is, in the true sense of the word, “a public servant” and “an officer of the State of Texas”, conveniently located in the community so that the notary may be of service to the public. Each Notary Public takes an official oath of office to faithfully perform the duties of the office and to ensure such performance, a notary public is required to post a $10,000.00 bond with the Secretary of State.

The primary duty of a Notary Public is to show that a disinterested party (the Notary Public) has duly notified the signer of an instrument as to the importance of such document, and the signer of such document has declared that the signer’s identity, signature, and reasons for signing such instrument are genuine. The signature and seal of a Notary Public do not prove these facts conclusively, but provide prima facie proof of them, and allow persons in trade and commerce to rely upon the truth and veracity of the Notary Public as a third party who has no personal interest in the transaction.

Precision Mediation & Civil Services provides the following notary services:

Wills – Power of Attorney – Certified Copies – Vehicle Title Transfers – Oaths/Affirmation – Affidavits – Subpoenas – Depositions –  Adoptions – Marriage Agreement Settlements/Final Divorce Decrees – Business/Commercial Documents – Deeds – Real Estate Documents – Power of Attorney – Advance Directives – Loan Signing Closures

Definitions

Acknowledgment: A formal declaration before an authorized official, such as a notary public, by someone who signs a document and confirms that the signature is authentic. Also, the certificate of the officer on such instrument indicating that the document has been so acknowledged.

Affidavit: A voluntary declaration of facts, written down and sworn to or affirmed by the declarant (“affiant”) before a Notary Public or other officer having the authority to administer an oath.

Affirmation: The act of affirming the truth of a document, not an oath. “I solemnly affirm and declare the foregoing to be a true statement…” Note that an affidavit may appear in two forms: a sworn affidavit with oath, or an affirmed affidavit with affirmation. Each has the same legal import.

Jurat: A certification added to an affidavit or document stating when, where and before whom such affidavit was made.

Oath: A solemn declaration, accompanied by a swearing to God or a revered person or thing, that one’s statement is true or that one will be bound to a promise. The person making the oath implicitly invites punishment if the statement is untrue or the promise is broken.

Protest: A Notary Public’s written statement that, upon presentment for payment or acceptance, a negotiable instrument was neither paid nor accepted.

Verification: A formal declaration by which one swears to or affirms the truth of the statements in a document. Also, the statement of a Notary Public that the person appearing before the notary has been properly identified as being the person purported to be appearing.

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A Notary Public Is NOT authorized to practice law or give legal advice.  Therefore, advising individuals of legal rights and selecting forms, such as notarial certificates, constitutes a violation of this provision.  Clients must select the notarial certificate that they choose to use for their specific purpose.

Example Texas Notary Certificates Notary Fees

Document Preparation Assistance:

A Specialist can also assist you with your legal document needs.  With on-site notaries, we can get your documents drawn up and notarized if needed,  all in the same trip and with no additional cost.  We assist with

Will and testament

Wills Living Trusts Advanced Directives Durable and Medical Power of Attorney Prenuptial Agreement Postnuptial Agreement Marital Settlement Agreement Divorce Decree and Amendments to a Divorce Decree Parenting Plans Child support payment scheduling and child custody and visitation modifications.


Professional Civil Process:

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If you need to serve legal documents to another party involved in a court case we can help with that too.  We are efficient and persistent to ensure that the job gets done right and the correct person gets served.  We offer regular expedited, or emergency service of legal documents and can attempt the first service within a few hours, within 24 hours, or within a few days based on your priority needs.  Did you file your Original Petition for Divorce and need to give legal notice to your spouse?  We can add that as part of an uncontested divorce package or just take serve your spouse will legal notice.


Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification

Form I-9 is used for verifying the identity and employment authorization of individuals hired for employment in the United States. All U.S. employers must ensure proper completion of Form I-9 for each individual they hire for employment in the United States. This includes citizens and noncitizens.

Precision Mediation & Civil Services can function as an Authorized Representative of the employer in order to verify the employee’s eligibility to work.  We check proper identification, complete Page 2 of Form I-9 and ensure proper information and signatures are present and attach copies of identification used by the employee for verification to be saved in the employer’s records.  We provide prompt and accurate service.  If your employee is having trouble filling out Page 1 of Form I-9, we as the employers Authorized Representative, can fill out Page 1 with the employee’s information and sign as the Preparer as well as Authorized Representative.  We have Spanish speaking interpreters available as well to help with the translation of the form for proper completion, if necessary.

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*Form I-9 Eligibility Verification is not a notary service

Apostille/Authentication of Documents  Apostille cert

An Apostille is a form of certification set out in the 1961 Hague Convention, to which the United States is a subscriber.  The object of the Apostille is to “abolish the requirement of diplomatic or consular legalization for foreign public documents”. The completed Apostille certifies the authenticity of the signature, the capacity in which the person signing the document has acted, and identifies the seal/stamp which the document bears.  We at Precision Mediation & Civil Services do not issue the Apostille, the US Department of State has the authority.  We do prepare and submit the documentation needed to the proper officials for review and issuance of an Apostille.  Authentication Certificates are issued for documents which are destined for use in countries that are not parties to the Hague Apostille Convention.


Wedding Officiant

Looking for an intimate ceremony to share your love for each other with just a few friends and family or maybe just each other?  It is important that you choose an officiant for your ceremony that understands you.  We specialize in micro-ceremonies (either just the participants or participants and a few loved ones) and can help you apply for your marriage license, perform your intimate ceremony, and ensure that your marriage license is properly completed, signed by participants, witnesses, and officiant, and submitted by before the deadline and to the proper offices.

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PRECISION MEDIATION & CIVIL SERVICES SPECIALISTS ARE NOT ATTORNEYS LICENSED TO PRACTICE LAW IN TEXAS AND MAY NOT GIVE LEGAL ADVICE OR ACCEPT FEES FOR LEGAL ADVICE.