Serving all of Northern Virginia!
Notary Public for the Commonwealth of Virginia at Large
Daniel Patrick Kane
My Commission Expires April 30, 2025
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Dominion Springfield Mobile Notary Service (Bilingual-Espanol)
Springfield, VA 22152
Servicios en Espanol-Notary/Escribimos Cartas
LGBT and Military are all welcome!
Service by Appointment only! Servicio por cita!
Call/Llamenos: 703 300-0881
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Dominion Springfield Mobile Notary (Bilingual-Spanish/Espanol)
Serving Northern Virginia! Same day service!
Traveling Notary to your home, office, nursing home, hospital, assisted living facility.
Servicios de Notario Publico en Espanol!
Hacemos Cartas en Ingles y Espanol!
Hacemos bodas en domicilio o en un local! Llamenos a 703 300-0881 o 703 801-1012 para hacer cita para su boda.
Daniel P. Kane
Notary Public for the Commonwealth of Virginia since 2005
Proudly Serving Northern Virginia communities since 2005!
When you want to get the job done right the first time, call Dan at Dominion Springfield Mobile Notary!
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Requirements for Notarizations
Please be aware that all notary signers need an unexpired U.S or foreign government issued picture ID card to notarize documents. ( Driver's license, Passport, Military ID, etc.) A new Virginia law that I advocated for allows for exceptions for sick, elderly, disabled and handicapped people. See details below. If, for example, an elderly individual has an expired state issued license, the Commonwealth of Virginia now provides that we can accept an expired ID card up to 5 years past the expiration date. That law was signed by Governor Northam on April 7, 2020. If anyone does not have any ID then the law provides for the notary to accept the sworn testimony of two witnesses with unexpired ID's who have known the principal signer in his/her life. All witnesses MUST present unexpired state or federal ID's to proceed.
Trust our professionals with your important document notarization work. Rely on and trust in our experienced Notary Public professionals at Dominion Springfield Mobile Notary. We get the job done correct the first time! Law firms, Title Companies, Mortgage Companies all trust Dominion Springfield Mobile Notary for their loan documents because of our experience and expertise.
Power of Attorney
401K legal papers
You name it we do it!
US Chamber of Commerce awarded us "Leading A+ Rated Virginia Notary Public. During the COVID Pandemic, we worked tirelessly helping hundreds of sick and dying with notarization of their last wills and testament and powers of attorney. While many notaries closed shop or refused service to those with COVID, we used preventative measures of masks and other methods to accept the health challenge by assisting families in dire need of help.
We write letters for you to federal or state agencies, hospitals, work, school, or to any organization on your behalf.
Escribmos cartas a las agencias federales, estatales, escuelas, hospitales, o cualquier organizacion!
"Excellence in Motion"
Serving Northern Virginia Communities Since 2005
Servicio Bilingue de Notary con Premios Por Servicio a La Comunidad
A+ Rated by the United States Chamber of Commerce 2022-2023
Commonwealth of Virginia Notary Public
My Commission Expires April 30, 2025.
Somos vacunados! Sin embargo, usamos mascaras adentro de casas y oficinas. Notario a su servicio.
Dominion Springfield Mobile Notary/Cartas/Letters/
Bilingual Professional Letter Writing Service that gets the response you want! Our professional writer/editor worked for over 40 years in the United States Government and in the non profit agency community, utilizing his professional and technical writing and editing abilities.
Call or Text Llamenos o Texto: Dan at 703-300-0881
By appointment only! Por cita solamente!
Servicios Latinos de Cartas Escritas en Espanol y Ingles!
We can assist with contacting any federal, state, or county agency, a Consulate or private agency regarding any issue that you are having. Cutting through bureaucratic red tape is our specialty. We get results!
Podemos ayudarlo a comunicarse con cualquier agencia federal, estatal, del condado o Consulado o agencia privada con respecto a cualquier problema que tenga. Superar los trámites burocráticos es nuestra especialidad. ¡Obtenemos resultados!
By Appointment Only! Con Citas Solamente!
Virginia Circuit Court Certification of Notary Services Available!
Call or Text/Llama o Texto por una cita: 703-300-0881
"Like a good neighbor we are there when you need us!"
Serving you 7 days a week!
Serving Virginians is our business!
We work hard to help all Virginians!! We fight for you and your families!
New Notary Law: Given that many elderly citizens present expired Drivers Licenses and Passports as IDs for notary work, we brought this to the attention of our Virginia House Delegate Kathy Tran (Springfield District) and she introduced House Bill 1222 to allow all elderly to provide expired ID's at the time of notarization of their documents. It passed the Virginia House unanimously 99-0 on January 31, 2020 and the Virginia Senate unanimously 40-0 on February 24, 2020. All GOP and Democratic Senators and House Members voted in favor of this bill. This bill was signed into law on April 7, 2020 by Governor Northam. It became effective at midnight on July 1, 2020.
Nuevo notario notario: dado que muchos ciudadanos mayores presentan licencias y pasaportes de conductores vencidos como identificadores para el trabajo notario, llamamos esto a la atención de nuestro delegado de la Casa de Virginia Kathy Tran (distrito de Springfield) y ella presentó el Proyecto de Ley 1222 de la Cámara de Representantes para permitir que todos los ancianos proporcionaran ID expirados en el momento de la notarización de sus documentos. Aprobó la Cámara de Virginia por unanimidad 99-0 el 31 de enero de 2020 y el Senado de Virginia por unanimidad 40-0 el 24 de febrero de 2020. Todos los senadores y miembros demócratas de la Cámara votaron a favor de este proyecto de ley. Este proyecto de ley fue firmado el 7 de abril de 2020 por el gobernador Northam. Entró en vigencia a la medianoche del 1 de julio de 2020.
Cities served: Alexandria, Annandale, Arlington, Ashburn, Burke, Clifton, Chantilly, Centerville, Crystal City, Dale City, Dumfries, Fairfax, Fairfax Station, Falls Church, Fort Belvoir, Franconia, Great Falls, Herndon, Kingstown, Lake Ridge, Leesburg, Lorton, Manassas, McLean, Mount Vernon, Occoquan, Oakton, Pentagon City, Reston, Rosslyn, Springfield, Sterling, Tysons Corner, Vienna, and Northern Virginia. Counties: Fairfax County, Alexandria City, Prince William County, Arlington County, Loudoun County, and Culpeper County. We also do notary signings at Dulles International Airport, Reagan National Airport, train stations and bus stations in Northern Virginia.
Last minute and same day service is our specialty!
Excellence in Motion! Award Winning Service:
US Chamber of Commerce A+ Award 2022-2023 -
"Experience when you need it most!"
Escribimos cartas profesionales. We also write professional letters.
Yes we are open 7 days a week! Si estamos abiertos
7 dias cada semana!
10:00 am. to 9 p.m.
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We are located at:
7710 Gromwell Court, Springfield, VA 22152
Tysons-Springfield-Arlington- Annandale- Fairfax-Alexandria-Woodbridge-Manassas-Falls Church-Clifton-Centreville-Reston-Herndon-Vienna Areas Served by our Bilingual Mobile Notary team in addition to Professional Letter Writing Service.
Servicios en Espanol para la comunidad Latina en el Norte de Virginia!
Hacemos Cartas, traducciones de documentos y auydamos con solicitudes.
Professional and Reliable Bilingual Traveling Notary
Call or text/Llamanos: 703-300-0881
Serving the Commonwealth of Virginia
"No problem-we can come to you!"
With over 18 years of professional notary experience we get the job done right and on time! We are not attorneys and do not give legal advise. Please consult a local attorney regarding all your legal issues or immigration issues.
We can do Field Inspections on a consultant basis and can complete I-9 Forms for companies with remote workers.
Certified Notary-Open 7 Days a Week 10 am. to
Nursing Home Same Day
Bilingual Service-- English/Espanol
Writing Service: We also write professional letters in English and Spanish that get results to Federal, State, County agencies, foreign government agencies, academic institutions or non profit organizations or corporations for you! Skilled professional writer is available!
Escribimos todos tipos de cartas en Ingles o Espanol!
Bilingual/Bilingue (English/Spanish) fluency: Se habla Español!
Open 10 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Daily! Short notice and same day service our specialty!
We can accommodate your schedule later than 9 p.m. with advance notice!
Commonwealth of Virginia Notary Public -Commission Expires April 30, 2025.
Reliable, Reasonable, Certified and Professional Mobile Notary and Business Writing Service and Loan Signer with 19 years of notary experience! We are the trusted and preferred mobile notary service by many local and national title and mortgage companies, attorneys, businesses and individuals in Northern Virginia.
Serving you is Job One!
Call or text/Llamanos:
- We come to your location.
- Economical, Professional and Timely Service.
- We guarantee our work.
- Notary Public and Certified Professional Loan Signer.
- Errors and Omission insurance to $100,000.
- Experience in Jurats, Acknowledgements, Oaths, Wills, Powers of
- Attorney, Affidavits.
- We are experienced in real estate closings. Certified by 123 Notary!
- Commissioned and Licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia.
- All Title companies welcomed!
- Photo identification required for all notarizations
- Flexible, personable and customer friendly.
- Bilingual - English and Spanish Fluency.
The following photo identification cards are acceptable:
- State issued driver's license or identification card.
- Federal, State or County employee ID cards.
- U.S. Passport, or Foreign Passport.
- U.S. Military ID.
Presenting a Social Security card or MEDICARE card does not meet the required identification standards of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Please be aware that Public Notaries can not certify true or exact copies of certain government issued documents such as birth certificates, marriage certificates, death certificates, real estate deeds, court orders or police records. We can however, certify a true copy of a passport, drivers license, copy of a diploma, college degree, military discharge or military or government commendation presented to a Notary Public.
Estamos disponibles a ayudar los ancianos y a los incapaces que no pueden viajar afuera de casa! Servicio al publico es nuestra prioridad!
We are able to assist elderly and the disabled that can not travel outside of their home. Public service is our top priority!
Llamenos o Texto: 703-300-0081
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Dominion Springfield Bilingual Mobile Notary Service
is Certified by 123notary.com as a Loan Signer
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Dominion Springfield Bilingual Mobile Notary Service
is Certified as a Loan Signer
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Listing of what we notarize and do:
- Authorization to Add/Remove Name from Title
- Bank Transfer Forms
- Bill of Sale
- Designating Beneficiaries
- EDGAR form
- Grant Deed
- Handgun Permits
- Lien Release
- Living Trust (Revocable Trust)
- Loan Signing Packages
- Issuance for US Passport for a Child (DS-11)
- Medical Authorization for Minors
- Motor Vehicle Bill of Service
- Notice of Lien
- Power of Attorneys
- Promissory Note
- Signature Witnessing
- Title Applications/Vehicle Certificate of Ownership
- Travel Authorization for Minors
- Unclaimed Property Inquiry
We provide mobile notary services to all parts of Northern Virginia. We go to homes, schools, offices, hospitals, nursing homes, agencies, in Alexandria, Fairfax County, Loudoun County, Prince William County, Stafford County.
Glossary of terms:
Glossary of Terms- National Notary Association
Some commonly used Notary terms and abbreviations:
Acknowledgment: Act in which a Notary certifies having positively identified a document signer who personally appeared before the Notary and admitted having signed the document.
Administer: To give formally, as in "giving" an oath or affirmation.
Administrative Penalty: Punishment imposed by authorities who regulate Notaries, in the form of revocation, suspension or denial of a commission and, in some states, fines or mandatory education.
Affiant: Signer of an affidavit.
Affidavit: Written statement signed before a Notary by a person who swears or affirms to the Notary that the statement is true.
Affirmation: Spoken, solemn promise on one's personal honor, with no reference to a Supreme Being, that is made before a Notary in relation to a jurat or other Notary act, or as a Notary act in its own right.
Apostille: Authenticating certificate required by Hague Convention that replaces a traditional chain of certificates.
Attorney in Fact: Person who has authority to sign for another.
Authentication: Process of proving the genuineness of the signature and seal of a Notary or other official, usually through attachment of a certificate of authority.
Awareness: Being able to understand what is happening and to act responsibly.
Bond: A Notary bond is a written guarantee that money up to a limit will be paid by a surety to a person financially damaged by a Notary's misconduct in the event the Notary fails to do so.
Capacity: Specific role of a representative signer — attorney in fact, trustee, corporate officer, partner or other — when signing for another person, organization or legal entity.
Certificate: Wording completed, signed and sealed by a Notary that states the particulars of a notarization and appears at the end of a signed document or on a paper attached to it. Sometimes referred to as the "Statement of Particulars" or the "Notary block."
Certificate Form: Notarial certificate wording on a separate sheet of paper that is attached to a document. Used when no wording is provided, when the provided certificate wording does not comply with state requirements, when there is no room for the seal on the document or when a preprinted certificate has already been used by another Notary.
Certificate of Authority: Paper stating that the signature and seal on an attached document belong to a legitimate Notary or other official. Also called a "Certificate of Capacity."
Certificate of Prothonotary: Certificate of authority issued by a prothonotary — the equivalent of a county clerk in some states.
Certified Copy: Document certified by an official, such as a Notary, to be an accurate reproduction of an original.
Chain Certification: Traditional authentication procedure that requires sequential attachment of certificates of authority, each validating the genuineness of the preceding one.
Chain of Personal Knowledge: Knowledge of identity linking the Notary with the signer through a credible identifying witness to establish the signer's identity. The Notary personally knows and can identify the credible witness, and the credible witness personally knows and can identify the document signer.
Civil Penalty: Payment of funds by a Notary resulting from a lawsuit to recover financial losses that were claimed to have been caused by the Notary's misconduct.
Combined Acknowledgment Certificate: Acknowledgment certificate wording indicating a person signed in two or more representative capacities.
Commission: To authorize to perform notarial acts; written authorization to perform Notary acts that is issued by a state's governor, secretary of state or other empowering official. Called an appointment in some states and jurisdictions.
Copy Certification: Act in which a Notary certifies that a copy of a document is a true and accurate reproduction of the original.
County Clerk: Official whose duties may include keeping a file of the bonds and signed oaths of office of Notaries, issuing certificates of authority for those Notaries and accepting custody of journals surrendered by those Notaries upon retirement. In some states called a "prothonotary."
County Recorder: Official who registers deeds and certain other documents in the public record. In some states called a County Auditor.
Credible Identifying Witness: Believable person who identifies a document signer to the Notary after taking an oath or affirmation. The credible identifying witness must personally know the document signer and also be personally known by the Notary.
Custodian or Document Custodian: Keeper of a document.
Deed: Document transferring ownership of property and requiring notarization.
Deposition: Written statement used in a lawsuit that is transcribed from words spoken by a person (deponent) under oath or affirmation and that is usually signed by this person.
Disqualifying Interest: Advantage or potential advantage resulting in ineligibility to perform a Notary act.
Embosser Seal: Press-like device that imprints a raised image into a paper surface to form a Notary seal.
Errors and Omissions (E&O) Insurance: Contract between a Notary and an indemnity company whereby, in the event of a lawsuit against the Notary resulting from certain acts in performing a notarization, the company absorbs the Notary's costs and financial liabilities up to an agreed limit.
False Certificate: Notary wording that contains incorrect information.
Guardian: Person with the lawful power and duty to manage the affairs of another individual; conservator.
Hague Convention: Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents, a treaty signed by more than 90 nations, including the United States, that simplifies authentication of notarized documents sent between nations.
Identification Document (ID Card): Document or card which establishes the bearer's identity. Examples include passports, driver's licenses and nondriver's IDs, among others.
Immigration Forms Specialist (IFS): Person who helps applicants for U.S. residency and citizenship complete immigration forms. An IFS may also help with translation and obtaining supporting documents, such as birth certificates. They may not offer legal advice or other services that an attorney would provide, such as representing a client in an immigration proceeding.
Impartiality: State of being unbiased; specifically, having no motive but to perform notarial duties legally and ethically.
Impartial Witness: Observer without bias; one who has no financial or beneficial interest in the transaction at hand.
Inking Seal: Device that imprints ink on paper to form a photocopiable Notary seal.
Journal Entry: Information recorded in a journal describing a particular notarization.
Journal of Notary Acts: A Notary journal is a detailed, chronological record of the Notary Public's official acts.
Jurat: Act in which a Notary certifies having watched the signing of a document and administered an oath or affirmation.
Living Will: Written statement of a person's wishes concerning medical treatment in the event the signer has an illness or injury and is unable to give instructions on his or her own behalf.
Long-Form Certificate: Standard or unabridged Notary certificate wording.
L.S.: Abbreviation of the Latin term locus sigilli, meaning "place of the seal." Traditional element indicating where the seal imprint is to be placed.
Marriage: Act of uniting two people as spouses. Performed by Notaries only in Maine, South Carolina, Florida and Nevada.
Ministerial Official: Public officer who follows written rules without having to use significant judgment or discretion. A Notary is a ministerial official.
Nondriver's ID: Identification document similar to a driver's license issued by most states upon request to nondrivers, such as juveniles and the elderly.
Notary Acts, Notarizations: Witnessing duties of a Notary that are specified by law. Most often, the Notary's duties involve signed documents and require the Notary to ensure a signer's identity and/or to administer an oath or affirmation.
Notary Misconduct: Notary's violation of a law, regulation, official directive or expected standard of honesty, care or good judgment, usually in executing a notarization.
Notary Public: Person of proven integrity appointed by a state government to serve the public as an impartial witness with duties specified by law. The Notary has the power to witness the signing of documents and to administer oaths.
Notary Public Code of Professional Responsibility: Code of conduct for Notaries, developed by the National Notary Association.
Oath: Spoken, solemn promise to a Supreme Being that is made before a Notary in relation to a jurat or other Notary act, or as a Notary act in its own right.
Oath of Office: Oath promising to faithfully discharge the duties of a particular office.
Personal Appearance: Appearing in person, face to face, in the same room with the Notary at the time of the notarization — not before and not after.
Personal Knowledge: Familiarity with an individual resulting from random interactions over a period of time sufficient to eliminate every reasonable doubt that the individual has the identity claimed.
Power of Attorney: Document granting authority for a person to act as attorney in fact for another.
Principal: Person who is a signer of and party to a document.
Proof of Execution by Subscribing Witness: Act where a person (called the subscribing witness) states under oath or affirmation before a Notary that he or she either watched another individual (called the principal) sign a document or took that person's acknowledgment of an already signed document. The witness must affix a signature to the document in addition to the principal's.
Protest: Act in which a Notary certifies that a signer did not receive payment for a negotiable instrument.
Prove: Authenticate the signature of a principal signer not appearing before a Notary.
Quality of Officer: Term sometimes appearing on Notary certificates and meaning "title of official," such as "Notary Public."
Reasonable Care: Degree of concern and attentiveness that a person of normal intelligence and responsibility would exhibit.
Representative Capacity: Status of signing or acting on behalf of another person or on behalf of a legal entity, such as a corporation, partnership or trust.
Representative Signer: Person with the legal authority to sign for another individual, organization or legal entity. Representative signing capacities include attorney in fact, trustee, corporate officer and partner.
Satisfactory Evidence: Reliable identification document, or the sworn or affirmed statement of a credible identifying witness, that satisfactorily proves that an individual has the identity claimed.
Seal of Notary: A Notary seal is an inking or embossing device that imprints the Notary's name, title (Notary Public) and jurisdiction on a notarized document. Also may include such information as the county where the commission and bond are on file, commission number and date of commission expiration.
Short-Form Certificate: Notary certificate with abridged or condensed wording.
Signature by Mark: An "X" or other symbol made in place of a signature by a person unable to write and witnessed by a Notary and two other persons.
Signature by Proxy: Signature made on behalf of a principal by a Notary or third party who is not an attorney in fact. Notary signatures by proxy are allowed only in a few states.
Signature of Notary: Handwritten name of and by the Notary, matching exactly with the name on the Notary's commissioning paper.
Signing Agent: A Notary who specializes in loan document assignments, performing courier duties for loan packages as well as notarizing the borrower's signature on loan documents. Sometimes referred to as a "Notary Signing Agent" or "NSA."
SS. or SCT.: Abbreviations of the Latin word scilicet, meaning "in particular" or "namely." Traditional element appearing after or to the right of the venue in a Notary certificate.
Statutory Fee: Charge prescribed by law for services.
Subscribing Witness: Person who either watches another (the principal) sign a document or takes that person's acknowledgment of an already-signed document and appears before the Notary on behalf of the principal. The subscribing witness must sign the document in addition to the principal, must be personally known by the Notary and must take an oath or affirmation stating that he or she witnessed the principal sign or took the principal's acknowledgment.
Substantially Complies: In agreement, but not necessarily verbatim.
Supplemental ID: Identification document that, alone, does not provide positive identification of a signer due to its lack of a photograph, the ease with which it may be counterfeited and the low level of security in its issuance.
Surety: Person or company obliged to pay money up to a limit in the event a bonded individual fails to do so; guarantor.
Swear: To make an oath; to state under oath. To make a solemn promise to a Supreme Being.
Testimonium Clause: Wording in a Notary certificate whereby the Notary formally attests to the facts. Typically phrased as, "Witness my hand and official seal."
Unauthorized Practice of Law: Practice of law by a person who is not a legal professional. Illegal act of a nonattorney in helping another person to draft, prepare, complete, select or understand a document or transaction.
Venue: Wording in a Notary certificate that indicates the state and county where the notarization takes place.
Verification: Sworn or affirmed declaration that a statement or pleading is true.
Vital Record: Birth certificate, death certificate, marriage certificate or other public record of demographic data.
Will: Legal document containing a person's wishes about disposition of personal property after death; short for "last will and testament."
Willingness: Acting freely without duress or undue influence.
Witness: One who has personally seen something; to observe.