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To achieve our goals, we leverage our expertise and dedication to delivering top-notch notary services that are tailored to each individual’s specific needs. Our commitment to excellence drives us to continuously improve and innovate, setting a new standard of customer care in the industry.


In a world where customer experience is key, we take pride in our ability to anticipate and fulfill the diverse requirements of our clients along the Wasatch Front. By exceeding expectations and providing a seamless notary service, we strive to create a positive impact and leave a lasting impression on every individual we serve.

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Salt Lake City, UT 84117

Monday             9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Tuesday            9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

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Thursday           9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Friday                9:00 AM – 6:00 PM

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service throughout the Wasatch Front

Providing extraordinary Mobile Notary Public service throughout the Wasatch Front

JoyBubb LLC Mobile Notary Public’s commitment to timeless service In a tech-driven era, where everything seems to be at our fingertips, we at firmly believe that the personal touch of a mobile notary with a genuine smile will never go out of style. It’s all about doing things the JoyBubb way – where professionalism meets warmth and efficiency.


Our team of highly skilled notary public professionals is equipped with the latest tools and techniques to serve individuals and businesses across the Wasatch Front. We don’t just show up at your doorstep; we arrive with a smile that sets the tone for a seamless notarization process. And when we’re done, you’re left with not just a stamped document, but a lasting impression of quality service.


Punctuality is our middle name. We take pride in ensuring that our notaries are always on time for every appointment, handling document execution swiftly and delivering them to the right hands without delay. With years of unmatched experience in the industry, we are not just another mobile notary service – we are a trusted partner you can rely on. Plus, we’ve got all the necessary licenses, bonds, and insurance to give you peace of mind.


Our dedication to customer service sets us apart. We go the extra mile by confirming each appointment with a personal touch, and sending timely reminders via email. It’s all about making the notarization process as smooth and stress-free as possible for our valued clients. JoyBubb LLC Mobile Notary Public isn’t just a service; it’s an experience that leaves you with a smile and a sense of satisfaction.

Mobile Notaries travel to the customer's location to perform notarizations. They may charge up to the maximum fee set by state law for notarization services. In some states, they may also charge a separate travel fee for traveling to the customer's location.
A notarial act in which a notary certifies that a signer, whose identity is personally known to the notary or proven on the basis of satisfactory evidence, has admitted, in the presence of the notary, to voluntarily signing a document for the document's stated purpose.
"Acknowledgment" means a notarial act in which a notary certifies that a signer, whose identity is personally known to the notary or proven on the basis of satisfactory evidence, has admitted, in the presence of the notary, to voluntarily signing a document for the document's stated purpose.
78B-6-124 Persons who may take consents and relinquishments. (1) A consent or relinquishment by a birth mother or an adoptee shall be signed before: (a) a judge of any court that has jurisdiction over adoption proceedings; (b) subject to Subsection (6), a person appointed by the judge described in Subsection (1)(a) to take consents or relinquishments; or (c) subject to Subsection (6), a person who is authorized by a child-placing agency to take consents or relinquishments, if the consent or relinquishment grants legal custody of the child to a child-placing agency or an extra-jurisdictional child-placing agency. (2) If the consent or relinquishment of a birth mother or adoptee is taken out of state it shall be signed before: (a) subject to Subsection (6), a person who is authorized by a child-placing agency to take consents or relinquishments, if the consent or relinquishment grants legal custody of the child to a child-placing agency or an extra-jurisdictional child-placing agency; (b) subject to Subsection (6), a person authorized or appointed to take consents or relinquishments by a court of this state that has jurisdiction over adoption proceedings; (c) a court that has jurisdiction over adoption proceedings in the state where the consent or relinquishment is taken; or (d) a person authorized, under the laws of the state where the consent or relinquishment is taken, to take consents or relinquishments of a birth mother or adoptee. (3) The consent or relinquishment of any other person or agency as required by Section 78B-6-120 may be signed before a Notary Public or any person authorized to take a consent or relinquishment under Subsection (1) or (2). (4) A person, authorized by Subsection (1) or (2) to take consents or relinquishments, shall certify to the best of his information and belief that the person executing the consent or Code relinquishment has read and understands the consent or relinquishment and has signed it freely and voluntarily. (5) A person executing a consent or relinquishment is entitled to receive a copy of the consent or relinquishment. (6) A signature described in Subsection (1)(b), (1)(c), (2)(a), or (2)(b), shall be: (a) notarized; or (b) witnessed by two individuals who are not members of the birth mother's or the adoptee's immediate family. (7) Except as provided in Subsection 26B-2-127(2), a transfer of relinquishment from one childplacing agency to another child-placing agency shall be signed before a Notary Public. Amended by Chapter 330, 2023 General Session
A notary shall ensure that a signer takes the following oath or makes the following affirmation before the notary witnesses the signature for a Jurat: "Do you swear or affirm under penalty of perjury that the statements in your document are true?" An affidavit for a jurat that is in substantially.
When notarization occurs, a notary public certifies the authenticity of any signature appended to a document. Notaries act as government agents to witness the authenticity of signatures appended to legal attestations.
A certified copy is a copy (often a photocopy) of a primary document that has on it an endorsement or certificate that it is a true copy of the primary document. It does not certify that the primary document is genuine, only that it is a true copy of the primary document.
A notarized custody agreement is a legal document that outlines a parenting plan developed by the parents. It contains information such as visitation schedules and delegation of custody rights. It also often includes a process for resolving future disputes and access to mediation services.

A notarized custody agreement is an important document for parents to make sure their children’s best interests are protected. This type of document is often accepted by schools and may help protect children. If one parent fails to follow the agreement, the other parent can take their case to court.

When notarization occurs, a notary public certifies the authenticity of any signature appended to a document. Notaries act as government agents to witness the authenticity of signatures appended to legal attestations.
It's a certification made by a vow or affirmation in the presence of the notary on penalty of perjury before signing a document. In other words, the signer(s) is attesting to the truthfulness of their action in signing the document.
A demand letter is a formal document sent to borrower requesting an outstanding debt be paid. Now, demand letters do not go in the mail the day after a due date passes. Instead, the lending authority will usually send several other notifications of past due payments. Moreover, some lenders will have representatives call the debtor to collect payment. If these attempts are met with silence, a lender will draw up and send a formal demand letter.
Prepare the divorce petition and related documents. Completed forms must be notarized by a notary public before they can be filed.
“Jurat” means a notarial act in which a notary certifies: (a) the identity of a signer who: (i) is personally known to the notary; or (ii) provides the notary satisfactory evidence of the signer's identity; (b) that the signer affirms or swears an oath attesting to the truthfulness of a document.
When notarization occurs, a notary public certifies the authenticity of any signature appended to a document. Notaries act as government agents to witness the authenticity of signatures appended to legal attestations.
In countries that are part of the Hague Convention, get a document notarized by a local notary. You can have the document authenticated for use in the United States. U.S. embassies and consulates may authenticate documents in countries not in the Hague Convention.
A jurat (verification upon oath) requires the signer to be compelled to truthfulness regarding the content of the document. The signer is required to take an oath/affirmation before the Notary in order for the receiving agency to trust the signer's statements within the document.
46-1-2. Definitions. As used in this chapter: (1) "Acknowledgment" means a notarial act in which a notary certifies that a signer, whose identity is personally known to the notary or proven on the basis of satisfactory evidence, has admitted, in the presence of the notary, to voluntarily signing a document for the document's stated purpose. (2) "Before me" means that an individual appears in the presence of the notary. (3) "Commission" means: (a) to empower to perform notarial acts; or (b) the written document that gives authority to perform notarial acts, including the Certificate of Authority of Notary Public that the lieutenant governor issues to a notary. (4) "Copy certification" means a notarial act in which a notary certifies that a photocopy is an accurate copy of a document that is neither a public record nor publicly recorded.
A loan signing agent notarizes and certifies financial and legal documentation related to loan documents. A notary is a public officer who is certified to witness and confirm the signing of documents. Whenever a contract crosses a desk, the need for a notary probably isn't far behind.
A notarial act in which a notary certifies that a photocopy is an accurate copy of the document that is neither a public record nor publicly recorded.
The power of attorney document must be signed by the principal before a notary public. If the principal is not able to physically sign the document, then another person acting at the principal's direction in the principal's conscious presence may sign the document before a notary public.
Building Trust Through Documentation, Notarization adds a layer of authenticity to the documents involved in a real estate deal, instilling confidence in the parties. These notarized documents are then placed in escrow, assuring both the buyer and the seller that the terms of the deal will be honored.
A deed must always be notarized and filed in public records. Deeds are a formal document that verifies legal interest in a property and the right to sell. Notarizing deeds ensures that an individual's claim to a property is verified and protected.
Shipping documents are forms that accompany a shipment listing the date shipped, the customer, the method of shipment, and the quantities and specifications of goods shipped. Shipping documents usually include bills of lading, packing lists, invoices, insurance documents, and air waybills.
here are several legal requirements when you make a will in Utah — notarization isn't one of them. For a will to be legally binding in Utah, it needs to be: In writing. Created by a testator (the person making the will) who is of sound mind and at least 18 years old.

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Offering mobile notary services in Salt Lake, Davis, and Utah counties is incredibly convenient for individuals and businesses alike. Being able to have documents printed and signed at the location of the client’s choice is a huge time-saver. Plus, having expertise in various types of signings, from general notary needs to real estate transactions, ensures that clients have a reliable resource for all their notarization needs.

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Convenience lies at the heart of our operations at JoyBubb LLC. Our agents understand the fast-paced nature of modern life, which is why they offer flexible scheduling options to meet you at a location of your choice. Whether it’s your home, workplace, or even a local coffee shop, our agents will go the extra mile to ensure that the notarization process is seamless and stress-free for you.
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