A commissioned Louisiana Notary Public can be an invaluable partner for legal document preparation and execution, and provide many other services at a fraction of the cost of an attorney. What makes an experienced Louisiana Notary different? Louisiana’s unique Civil Law System. Under Civil Law, a Notary Public can draft and prepare affidavits, acknowledgments, and Acts typically reserved for attorneys in other states. What can a Louisiana Notary Public do for you?

First, to become a Notary, candidates must demonstrate proficiency in legal matters through an exam administered by the courts. They also must stay up-to-date on changes to the laws that may fall under their purviews, such as Security Agreement, Mortgages, and Guarantee Letters. A Notary Public’s duties are not limited to the execution of transactions for sales and services, they may also prepare and execute documentation for other legal matters such as Acts of Adoption, Matrimonial Agreements, Wills, and Trusts.

Audubon Notary, a division of Audubon Realty, has a certified Louisiana Notary Public on staff: David Reso. Mr. Reso’s experience as a real estate broker led him to add this service to his repertoire in order to provide a true full-service real estate brokerage. Audubon Realty clients no longer have to seek a Notary Public during their home buying transaction because Mr. Reso is available at any time to notarize necessary transaction documents, making transactions run smoother and close more quickly.

Audubon Notary can also provide Notary services for non-real estate matters, including Power of Attorney, Partnership Agreements, Affidavits, Incorporation, and Limited Liability Companies. Audubon Notary service is also available during non-business hours and weekends.

By┬átaking advantage of Audubon’s on-site Notary services clients can save money on attorney’s fees and have an experienced commissioned Louisiana Notary Public at their disposal. For a full list of our Notary services, click here. Contact us today!