Same day appointments are often available. You will always be met with professionalism, respect, and a smile! Customer satisfaction is our top priority. We take pride in being honest and ethical and will arrive on-time for a confidential signing at a time and location that fits your busy schedule. We will come to your home or office, a restaurant, hospital or assisted living facility, or any safe public location.
Types of Documents We Notarize
Real Estate Transactions
Powers of Attorney
Parental consent for minors
Wills & Trusts
Estate Planning Documents
Bills of Sale
Department of Motor Vehicles Docs
Health Care Directives
School enrollment forms
and many more.....
Before Our Meeting
IMPORTANT: DO NOT SIGN any documents until notary is present!
We do NOT provide documents. Please have your documents ready, and completely filled out except for the signature. Signer/Signers must have a current (non expired) State, Federal or Military valid identification available at time of appointment. Identification must have photo, signature & physical description (e.g, Passport, Driver’s License or ID card) Acceptable forms of identification include:
State issued identification card or driver’s license
United States passport
Inmate identification card (if in custody) issued by TX Department of Corrections or Sheriff’s Department
Or the following, provided they also contain a photograph, description of person, signature of person, and an identifying number:
United States military identification card
Foreign passport that has been stamped by US Immigration and Naturalization Service or the US Citizenship and Immigration Services
Employee identification card issued by an agency or office of the State of TX or an agency or office of a city, county, or city and county in Texas
Driver’s license issued by a Canadian or Mexican public agency authorized to issue driver’s licenses
All signers will be asked to verify proper ID requirements when scheduling appointment. Should client fail to properly verify or bring the correct ID, the notarization will not be able to take place and client will be subject to our travel fee. Rescheduling or waiting for proper documents/ID will be at the discretion/availability of the Notary and client will be charged for time accordingly.
Documents such as wills, powers of attorney, healthcare directives and trusts have to be signed in the presence of legal witnesses and a notary
Witnesses CAN NOT be family members of the signer/signers, an employee of a facility if signer/signers is in a care facility, or receiving any benefit from the document
Signer/Signers must be able to comprehend the contents of the document being notarized, must be able to communicate with the notary (speaking or writing) and must be of sound mind
It is important to remember that a Notary Public is not an attorney. We are not licensed to practice law, prepare documents or provide any legal counsel. By law, we are not able to create or provide forms such as Power of Attorney, Health Care Directives, etc. The primary role of a Mobile Notary is to act as an impartial witness to the signing of documents and legal forms. We are, by law, prohibited to interpret contents, give instruction on how to complete, or offer guidance in the signing of any document/documents. If you have questions about your documents, please contact an attorney or the person who provided the documents to you.