24/7 Mobile Notary Service
Upon setting up an appointment, we will need to know:
- A safe, comfortable location to meet for our service.
- What type of documents that you will need notarized.
- How many documents you need notarized
- Method of payment (we accept cash, credit/debit, PayPal and money orders)
Between 01-20 miles $30.00
Between 21-40 miles $50.00
Between 41-60 miles $75.00
Between 61-80 miles $100.00
General Public Fees:
Services for individuals typically include notarization of documents such as Real Estate Papers, Wills, Living Wills, Car Titles, and Power of Attorney. These services can be performed at my location, or I can come to you if you prefer.
Notary Fees (set by the State of Virginia):
-First signature, $5.00
-Each additional signature, $5.00
Notary services are open to the general public as well as the private sector.
Other services include electronic and remote notarizations, real estate loan signings, loan modifications, I9 verification and field inspections.
Motary - Mobile Notary Service also proudly serves residents in Washington DC area
E-Notary (NOTARIZE Agent)
Motary Mobile Notary Service offers remote notarization via webcam and is an authorized agent of Notarize.
$25 per electronic notarial act performed.
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For more information visit: www.Notarize.com/faq. Available only on IOS devices only. Also available on desktop/laptop!
We do not notarize:
Any documents from Vital Records (birth, marriage or death certificates), documents from a court, documents from the State Corporation Commission or Federal government documents. Such documents require an ink signature and date by the Registrar or Deputy Registrar of Vital Records or an ink signature by the Clerk of the Court or a signature by the Clerk of the State Corporation Commission. Federal documents can be copied and notarized by a Virginia notary as a true copy of the original document (such as copies of a passport, or an Immigration search report).