NWLA  Notary  Services
Serving NW Louisiana with Notary Services
Disclaimer: NWLA Notary Services is not an attorney or law firm and does not provide legal advice. We provide Notary Services only. Contact an attorney for legal advice.

P. O. Box 5948
Shreveport, LA  71135

318.518.1181
NWLA Notary Services offers notary services for six Louisiana Parishes: CADDO, BOSSIER, DESOTO, WEBSTER, BIENVILLE, and CLAIBORNE.
Services
"Well done is better than well said."  ~Ben Franklin
There are documents that cover numerous types of transactions in Louisiana. NWLA Notary Services can take care of most of your notary needs.
Vehicle Transfers

The seller must have the certificate of title from the Office of Motor Vehicle at the time of the sale. Vehicle Transfers can be handled by bill of sale or donation. All parties must have proper identification at the time of sale. Documents must be signed by buyer and seller in the presence of the Notary.

Boat Transfers

Seller must have the certificate of title from the Office of Motor Vehicle for the trailer at the time of sale. Seller must also have the registration or title for the boat at the time of sale. All parties must have proper identification at the time of sale. Documents must be signed by buyer and seller in the presence of the Notary.

Affidavits

An affidavit is a sworn statement before a Notary Public by an affiant. Standard affidavits include but are not limited to: Affidavit of Demobilization, Affidavit of Non-Use of Vehicle and Affidavit of Death and Heirship.

Wills

In Louisiana, the most common will is the statutory testament which allows a testator to dispose of their property in accordance with Louisiana laws. A notary is not allowed to give legal advice on any matters, especially estate planning. However, a Notary can properly prepare your last will and testament in accordance with Louisiana laws.

Act of Donation (Inter Vivos)

An act of donation is a simple transfer of ownership of a vehicle such as a car, truck, motorcycle or boat, from one person to another without a sale. An act of Donation must be done in the presence of a Notary with two witnesses.
Successions

Louisiana laws are very different from any other state. There are strict laws that control where property goes after someone dies.

What is a Succession?

Succession is the process of settling a deceased person's estate and distributing the property after debts are paid. This process is call probate in other states. Succession is also used to refer to the estate a person leaves behind at death.

Louisiana Notaries are allowed to prepare Small Successions less than $75,000. If a person passes away with a "small" estate - where the gross value of assets are $75,000 or less, the succession may be done by affidavit, which can be prepared by our office.


Concealed Carry Permit Application

Notarizing application for submission to Louisiana State police. We do not offer fingerprint services.

Concealed Carry Permit Application


Certified Loan Signing Specialist

We offer Mortgage/Refinance Closings. We are  certified by the National Notary Association and have been Background Screened