Although I am a Notary Public and an ordained Minister through the Universal Life Church, in the state of Colorado you don't actually need a marriage officiant to "solemnize" your marriage. You’re allowed to self-solemnize in Colorado, meaning you don’t need the signature of an officiating party. However, many people still prefer to have a marriage officiant perform the wedding ceremony. I offer secular and religious ceremonies for anyone interested in marriage officiant services. 

Contact me and we will set up a time to do an initial consultation (in person or via zoom) to discuss the ceremony and any personalization options. I will then provide you with a quote.

Personalization options for a marriage ceremony can include customized vows, special readings, and unique rituals or traditions.

Yes, I can provide guidance on writing vows or selecting readings.

Yes, I can perform ceremonies at a location of your choice including parks, venues, mountain tops, private residences ect.

Yes, I provide bilingual ceremony services. I can perform the ceremony in English and/or Spanish to accommodate the couple's preferences.

Yes, we offer printing services for designs at an additional cost depending on the product.

I work closely with my clients throughout the design process, providing regular updates and revisions until they are satisfied with the final product.

The design process can vary depending on the project's scope and complexity. I work closely with my clients to ensure that their design needs are met within a reasonable timeframe.

To request design services, you can contact me by email to discuss your project's details. I will provide you with a custom quote and discuss the timeline and process for the project.

Employees must provide specific documents to verify their identity and employment eligibility, such as a passport, driver's license, or social security card.

I-9 verification is the process of verifying an employee's eligibility to work in the United States. It is important for employers to complete I-9 verification to comply with federal immigration laws and avoid penalties.

To prepare for a remote testimony appointment, you should ensure that you have a reliable internet connection, a device with a camera and microphone, and access to the necessary video conferencing platform. You should also be prepared to answer questions related to the case.

Remote testimony involves giving testimony in a legal proceeding using audiovisual technology, such as video conferencing. The process typically involves verifying the identity of the witness, administering the oath, and conducting the examination

A sole proprietorship is a business structure in which one person owns and operates the business. An LLC (limited liability company) is a business structure that provides limited liability protection to the owners while also allowing for flexibility in management and taxation. A corporation is a separate legal entity that provides limited liability protection to the owners and can issue stock.

To form a business, you typically need to file certain documents with your state's Secretary of State, such as articles of incorporation or articles of organization for a limited liability company (LLC).

The process for forming a business in Colorado includes selecting a business structure, registering with the Secretary of State, obtaining necessary licenses and permits, and filing for taxes. We offer business registration services to assist with this process.

The length of time it takes to register a business in Colorado varies based on the type of business structure selected and the completeness of the application. It can take between 1 and 4 weeks to process the registration.

I ensure that legal documents are served properly by following all applicable laws and rules for process serving and by providing proof of service to the court.

The speed at which we can serve legal documents depends on a variety of factors, including the location of the person being served and the urgency of the situation. We offer rush service for urgent situations.

I can serve a wide variety of legal documents, including subpoenas, summons and complaints, writs, and other court documents.

Process serving involves delivering legal documents to a person who is required to respond to them. The process typically involves locating the person, delivering the documents, and providing proof of service to the court.

After the remote online notarization process is completed, the notary will send you an electronic copy of the notarized document via email. You can then print and use the electronic copy as you would a physical copy.

You will need a computer or mobile device with a webcam, microphone, and high-speed internet connection to access RON services.

Remote online notarization is the process of notarizing a document online using audiovisual technology. The process typically involves the notary verifying the identity of the signer, observing them sign the document, and applying an electronic seal to the document.

As the world becomes increasingly digital, more and more industries are adopting remote online solutions to meet the needs of their clients. One such industry is notary public services, with the introduction of remote online notaries (RONs). But what exactly is a RON, and how do they differ from traditional notary public services?

A RON, or remote online notary, is a notary public who has been authorized to perform notarizations remotely via audio-visual technology, such as video conferencing software. This means that signers can have their documents notarized from anywhere in the world, without the need to be physically present in the same room as the notary.

Here are some things to know about RONs and what they do:

  1. They are licensed notary publics: RONs are licensed notary publics who have undergone additional training and certification to perform notarizations remotely.
  2. They follow strict regulations: RONs must adhere to strict regulations and guidelines set forth by their state, such as verifying the identity of the signer, ensuring that the document is signed voluntarily and with a full understanding of its contents, and maintaining a digital record of the notarization.
  3. They offer convenience: RONs offer a convenient solution for signers who may not have access to traditional notary public services, such as those who are located in remote areas or who are unable to leave their home or office.
  4. They are secure: RONs use secure video conferencing software and digital signature technology to ensure that the notarization process is secure and tamper-proof.
  5. They can perform a range of notarizations: RONs can perform a range of notarizations, including mortgage closings, power of attorney documents, and legal affidavits, among others.

In conclusion, RONs are licensed notary publics who are authorized to perform notarizations remotely via audio-visual technology. They follow strict regulations to ensure that the notarization process is secure and tamper-proof, and they offer convenience to signers who may not have access to traditional notary public services. Contact Sign with Sariah today to learn more about their remote online notary services and how they can help you with your notarization needs.

Yes, I can notarize documents in English and Spanish.

Yes, we offer notary services outside of normal business hours and on weekends by appointment only. Additional fees may apply.

1-10 miles $10.00

11-25 miles $20.00

25+ miles $30.00

Yes, I offer mobile notary services and can travel to your location for a notarization. Additional fees may apply for locations outside of our service area.

No, a notary public cannot provide legal advice or prepare legal documents. If you need legal advice, please contact an attorney.

Valid identification must be presented by the signer(s) of the document. This may include a driver's license, passport, state-issued identification card, military ID, or other government-issued identification.

A notary public is an official appointed by the government to act as an impartial witness in performing a variety of official fraud-deterrent acts related to the signing and certification of important documents. Notaries are responsible for verifying the identity of the signers, ensuring that they are signing the document willingly and without coercion, and that they understand the contents of the document.

Some of the most common acts performed by notaries include taking oaths or affirmations, witnessing signatures, and certifying copies of important documents. The purpose of notarization is to deter fraud by ensuring the authenticity of the signature and the identity of the signer, as well as to help prevent disputes over the validity of important documents.

Yes, a notary public may refuse to notarize a document if they believe that the signer(s) is/are not willing or competent to sign the document or if there is a conflict of interest.

You can verify the status of a notary public in Colorado by visiting the Secretary of State's website and using the Notary Public Search tool.

You can look me up by going to Colorado Secretary of State - Verify a Notary (coloradosos.gov)

My NotaryID is 20234006672 

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