• Wrongfully Accused Of A Signed Contract
  • Denying Of A Signed Contract

As unethical and unbelievable as it may seem, people actually may deny, even in court, signing a particular contract held against them. When this happens in legal litigation, there may be huge legal hurdles to win contract disputes and that means big financial implications that has to be paid.

So, one cheap initial way to insure yourself and/or your business from these type of occurrences happening when signing contracts is to get it notarized.

The beauty of having documents and signatures notarized is that most of the governing courts and all federal courts will automatically deem a notarized signature as authentic.

These days not many documents require notarizations, property deeds being one  that does. So, the thought of having a legal document notarized when signed may evade you.

​Call us today at (808) 674-0700 for you Hawaii notary services! We'll be happy to serve you!

The reality is that one day the chances of you or your business coming across some kind of contract dispute is fairly probable. It's unfortunate, but it often times comes with the territory of doing business.

A notary public is a person who has special certification from the state or county government to officially witness another person's signature on a document. It's a form of a legal guarantee stating that the person who has signed is the actual person.

We're here to help prevent the legal nightmares from haunting you or you business with our notary services. We are commissioned for notary public services. 


This is to help prevent:


  • Fraud
  • Forgery
  • Forms Of Identity Theft​