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Case Study: Mobile Notary Services for a Trust Document Amendment


Mobile Notary Services for St. Luke’s Boise Medical Center 

When a loved one is in the hospital, accessibility and timeliness are crucial, especially when circumstances restrict an individual’s mobility. Idaho Mobile Notary specializes in overcoming these challenges by providing same day mobile hospital notarization services directly to clients, wherever they are.

This case study highlights how we efficiently managed a sensitive and urgent request for a trust document amendment at St. Luke’s Hospital in Boise, Idaho, demonstrating our commitment to excellent service and client satisfaction under pressing conditions.


Client Issue

An elderly client required a notarization for a trust amendment but was unable to visit their bank due to hospitalization.

Solution Provided

  • Idaho Mobile Notary facilitated a same-day mobile notarization at St. Luke’s Hospital, directly at the client’s bedside.
  • The notary ensured the client’s comprehension and voluntary participation by conducting a private verification before proceeding with the document signing.
  • Utilized an electronic notary book for signature and ID verification, and provided a clipboard to assist the bedridden client.
  • An acknowledgment notarization type was chosen due to the document lacking a notarial certificate.
  • The notarization included the attachment of an acknowledgment certificate specifying the client’s name, the notary’s details, and the official stamp.

Reliable, Compassionate, and Timely Mobile Notarial Services

Idaho Mobile Notary prides itself on providing reliable, compassionate, and timely notarial services, especially under circumstances where clients are unable to facilitate their legal needs due to health constraints. This case shows our commitment to accessibility and customer care, ensuring access to a qualified mobile notary regardless of the client’s physical location.

*I am not an attorney licensed to practice law in this state. I am not allowed to draft legal records, give advice on legal matters, including immigration, or charge a fee for those activities.

Jim Allen, Notary Public | (208) 826-1210 |