Jaimie Mobile Notary Services

Jaimie Mobile Notary Services Mobile Notary Services for the Fort Worth area.

07/06/2023

‼️ We are hiring 🚘 local mobile notaries lets unite!

05/09/2023

Hey y’all we are back!!! Services have stretched over to the HEB & Grapevine area! Book now ❕🗓️

👋🏼 yupThis is official!!!!
09/21/2022

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This is official!!!!

🎉Who doesn't love Welcome Wednesday?!

Join me in congratulating these Fort Worth-area businesses that recently earned their BBB Accreditation. These businesses have met BBB’s Standards for Trust and have committed to advancing marketplace trust.

Congratulations to:

Holmes Draper Consulting Group
Jessica’s Maid Service
Texas Stone Countertops & Services LLC
The Wright Irrigation Repair
Archer’s fencing co.
Cleaner Greens Lawn And Landscape LLC
Jesse's Kustoms
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We Do Concrete LLC
ZOVRIX Pest Control
Brothers Tree Service Inc
Downright Dirtless
Joe’s window cleaning and pressure washing
Ogun’s Tactical Fi****ms & Ammo LLC
Ravenwood Construction, LLC
Tactical Taxes Etc
Homeland Energy Resource Center
ProLift Garage Doors of West Fort Worth
Force Roofing
Legacy Maids
Precise Precision General Services
Harbor Enterprises LLC
Logical Diesel Repair
G&D Welding Inc.
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Bigfoot Roofing & Construction
Breeze Air/Heat and Electrical-Breeze Mechanical LLC
Pro Automotive and Diesel Repair
Buffalo Rental
Sarah's Cleaning and Organization Services
Unique autoworkz
R & J Pools
Nations Lending Corp
Professor Pipes, Plumbing & Backflow LLC
Ramirez Trucking
Travels by Mori
NewSouth Window Solutions of Fort Worth, LLC
Jeffery Construction
What a Shine! Automotive Detailing, LLC
Quality Garage Door Repair
Quality Garage Door Repair and Installation
Watermark Bookkeeping LLC
Mendez Remodeling Solutions
Farmhouse Clean, LLC
H&H Garage Door and Gate Repair
Hukills

09/18/2022

Spreading this information for those of you that don’t have your affairs in order. Please Make sure all bank accounts have direct beneficiaries. The beneficiary will need only go to the bank with your death certificate and an ID of their own. 🏦 💰

- TOD = Transfer On Death deed if you own a home. Completing this document and filing it with your county saves your heirs THOUSANDS. This document allows you to transfer ownership of your home to your designee. All they need to do is take their ID and your death certificate to the county building and the deed is signed over. Doing this will avoid the home having to go through probate. 🏡

- Living Will: Allows one to put in writing exactly what you want done in the event you cannot speak for yourself when it comes to healthcare decisions and personal matters!

- Durable Power of Attorney: Allows one to designate a person to make legal decisions if one is no longer competent to do so.

- Power of Attorney for Healthcare: This document allows one to designate someone to make healthcare decisions for their person.

- Last Will and Testament: Designates to whom personal belongings will go too.

- Funeral Planning Declaration: allows one to say exactly one’s wishes as far as disposition of the body and the services.

- If the above documents are done, you can AVOID probate. If all the above is not done, you have to open an estate account at the bank. All money that doesn’t have direct beneficiaries goes into this account. You have to have an attorney to open the estate account. The attorney also has to publicize your passing in the newspaper or post publication at the county courthouse, to allow anyone to make a claim on your properties.

- Make a list of all banks and account
-all investment institutions with account numbers,
-lists of credit cards, utility accounts, etc.
*Leave clear instructions as to how and when these things are paid.
-Make sure heirs knows where life insurance policies are located.

- Make 100% sure SOMEONE knows your Apple ID, bank ID account logins and passwords! Or have them stored in safe keeping with instructions for access.

- Make sure you have titles for all vehicles, campers, etc! 🛻 🛥

- MOST IMPORTANTLY!!!! - Talk with those closest to you and make all your wishes KNOWN. Talk to those whom you’ve designated, as well as those close to you whom you did not designate. - Do this to explain why your decisions were made and to avoid any lingering questions or hurt feelings.

I really hope this helps! Hopeul that this lights a spark to encourage all your friends and family to take care of these things to make it easier for those we all leave behind!

My hope is that the above list at least helps you start an important conversation with your loved ones.

Also I’m here to help!!!

We are officially affiliated with the Better Business Bureau 🙏🎉This year has been amazing 🤩We offer mobile notary servic...
09/09/2022

We are officially affiliated with the Better Business Bureau 🙏🎉

This year has been amazing 🤩

We offer mobile notary services

We’re looking to expand!!Mobile notaries are needed and necessary for the community.Please contact me today
09/06/2022

We’re looking to expand!!
Mobile notaries are needed and necessary for the community.
Please contact me today

Thank you to every client for your support!We’ve made alot of friendships along this past year and Im very thankful.Supp...
08/29/2022

Thank you to every client for your support!
We’ve made alot of friendships along this past year and Im very thankful.
Supporters of small businesses help families in more ways then I could list. Thank you!!!!
Heres to many more years serving you all in the DFW area.!

Praying for expansion in the future with more notaries across the metropolex 🚘

08/23/2022

Back to business!! 🚘
Accepting appointments today until 3:00!

08/22/2022

With this downpour of much needed rain blessing the DFW area as of now there will not be any mobile services available today.
Thank you stay safe

Protect Your Estate with These Two Essential DocumentsEstate planning isn’t just about what happens to your assets after...
07/26/2022

Protect Your Estate with These Two Essential Documents

Estate planning isn’t just about what happens to your assets after you die. It’s also about protecting yourself and your loved ones. To ensure that your wishes are carried out, and that your family is spared the burden of guessing — or arguing over — what you would decide, put those wishes in writing. Generally, that means executing two documents:

1. A living will. This document expresses your preferences for the use of life-sustaining medical procedures, such as artificial feeding and breathing, surgery, invasive diagnostic tests, and pain medication. It also specifies the situations in which these procedures should be used or withheld. Living wills often contain a “do not resuscitate” order, often referred to as a “DNR,” which instructs medical personnel not to perform CPR in the event of cardiac arrest.

2. A health care power of attorney (HCPA). This document authorizes a surrogate — your spouse, child or another trusted representative — to make medical decisions or consent to medical treatment on your behalf if you’re unable to do so. It’s broader than a living will, which generally is limited to end-of-life situations, though there may be some overlap. An HCPA might authorize your surrogate to make medical decisions that don’t conflict with your living will, including consenting to medical treatment, placing you in a nursing home or other facility, or even implementing or discontinuing life-prolonging measures.

It’s a good idea to have both a living will and an HCPA or, if allowed by state law, a single document that combines the two. Contact us if you have questions regarding either one or about any other aspect of the estate planning process.

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07/26/2022

Message us today for your notary service needs.

07/12/2022

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07/02/2022

This holiday weekend don’t forget we’re here for all of your notary needs!!

We’re here for all of your mobile notary needs!
06/28/2022

We’re here for all of your mobile notary needs!

09/01/2021

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