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1322 Greenleaf St. Evanston, IL 60202

Pete is a very profession and conscientious Notary. The Power of Attorney documents needed to be signed at a nursing home which Pete was able to accommodate. Pete helped us make sure the witnesses were fully qualified and had no relation to the facility, thus avoiding any last minute surprises. He clearly explained what the client was signing, and why they were signing it. As difficult as the setting was, Pete helped everyone quickly execute the documents.

We look forward to hiring Pete again for any future notary needs.

Peter Hefner on 2/17/2018 7:07:50 PM

Pete passed the 123notary Certification by Phone Test in June of 2017.

Jeremy Belmont on 7/25/2017 10:55:04 AM

I am an attorney. I hired Pete Begly yesterday to notarize the closing documents that my client needed to sign for the closing on the sale of her house next week. He arrived several minutes early and came very well prepared, having brought with him an extra notary page for him to sign that we needed to attach to a document executed by my client. He is courteous and personable. He got the job done efficiently and very professionally.

Robert Hurley on 6/19/2015 5:20:57 AM


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