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Hi, I'm Paula Vincent Johnson, a Louisiana civil law notary who specializes in preparing powers of attorney, wills, affidavits of small succession, acts of donation and quitclaim deeds.
I use my diverse legal knowledge and experience to help my clients remove barriers of communication with financial institutions, medical professionals, government agencies and others so they can access the information needed to make critical decisions during emergencies, illness and death. As a result of working with me, my clients feel calmer and more confident during challenging times.
Unlike other notaries, I focus solely on helping you secure your legacy to protect your family, which means I can exceed your expectations with more time, more answers, and more information, ensuring that you understand your documents and how to properly use them.
If you want to be in control when facing the challenges that can arise in financial, healthcare, and end-of-life situations, then it is important that you create powers of attorney and a will before it's too late.
Book your telephone consultation today. When you connect with me, I promise you'll learn something.
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In August, 2004, Paula began her notarial practice in The Plaza Mall on Read Boulevard in New Orleans East. In 2005, just a couple of weeks after celebrating her first year in business, disaster struck and disrupted our lives. In the summer of 2006, by the grace of God, Paula was able to re-establish her business in its current location at 9954 Lake Forest Boulevard. At first, Notary In The East was the only full-time business open in her area. Most of the time, there was no one else around. But slowly, word began to spread. And now, for more than a decade, Paula has been blessed with many opportunities to serve you – New Orleans East, Gentilly, The Ninth Ward, St. Bernard, Lakeview, Mid-City, Downtown, Uptown, the Westbank and beyond.
During the call you will get facts, information and expert guidance. You will also gain invaluable insight so you'll know where you stand. If we decide to work together, we will schedule a video conference call.
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Initial Visit via Video Conferencing
We will meet by secure video conferencing so that you can stay in the safety and comfort of your own home. And, there is no need to download any special software. I will email you a secure link that can be used on your computer, tablet, or cell phone to connect with me. During this visit, you will provide me with the information needed to prepare your documents and get answers to any additional questions.
Sign Your Documents
Within a few days, you will sign your documents in my presence. (Louisiana does not allow electronic notarization of these documents.) Masks and social distancing are required. You'll also get detailed information about how to properly use and safeguard your documents.
All fees are non-refundable. Fees are subject to change without notice.
Telephone consultations are held specifically to discuss
powers of attorney, wills, small successions and real estate transfers.
In order to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus, all other services
are suspended; the lobby is closed.
While your Notary In The East is an expert in her field, she is not an attorney. The information presented on this website should not be taken as, nor is it intended to be a substitute for, legal advice. If you need legal advice, you should see a competent attorney licensed to practice law in Louisiana.
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