Need a Notary with more flexible hours than the local UPS store? Or a mobile Notary who can come to you?
As someone with close to 10 years of experience as a mobile Notary Public in the state of Maryland and hundreds of successful notarizations, I’m here to make your life easier!
I am extremely responsive and can usually complete a request within 1-2 days. Email me, and let’s get this done!
Common forms requiring notarization:
- Quit Claim Deed
- Grant Deeds
- Deeds of Trust
- Last Will and Testaments
- Living Wills
- Advanced Directives
- Limited Power of Attorney
- General Power of Attorney
- Healthcare Power of Attorney
- Durable Power of Attorney
- Certified Copies
- Bill of Sale
- School Forms (Transcripts, School Verification Form, etc.)
- Release of Information Childcare
Are you a childcare provider in need of completing the Release of Information Childcare Form for all staff members?
I can come to your place of business and notarize this form for everyone quickly and easily! Completing this form by all staff members and volunteers each year can be a headache. By scheduling a time for me to come to you, you can be sure all staff and volunteer members complete this task in one easy and quick setting.
What’s the cost of mobile notary?
If you can come to me, the cost is $6 per signature. If I travel to you, the cost is $8 per signature (travel expenses are included).
Can I sign the document before we meet?
No! The point of having a document notarized is for the Notary Public to ensure you are the person you claim to be before you sign the document in front of the Notary Public.
Can you be a witness for my document?
If the document requires a witness who will not be notarized, I can be your witness. Please reach out with specific questions.
Where do you travel to?
Typically, I notarize in the Silver Spring, Takoma Park, Chevy Chase, and Bethesda areas; however, I can notarize anywhere in Maryland. If you live outside of these areas, reach out to see if I’ll be in your neighborhood sometime soon.
Are you a lawyer?
Nope, I have no idea if what you are signing is correct. My job is to verify your identification as the signer of the document. Please always have your documents checked by a lawyer before we meet.
Where can I learn more about Notary Publics?
For more information about Notary Publics in Maryland, click here.