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Frequently Asked Questions

We are a mobile notary Houston agency that offers professional service remotely. We have been serving the residents of Houston and the surrounding neighborhoods for a very long time, and the advantage of choosing our services is the fact we are available 24/7. Our business does not stop at 5 o’clock like other companies as we are aware that emergencies can happen at any time of the day or night. You can confidently call us when you are in need of notary services and we will serve you from your location.


15915 Katy Fwy Houston TX 77094


8am – 5pm


Common Questions

What does a mobile notary charge?

Pricing for a Mobile Notary will range from $5 per signature with no travel fee to several hundreds of dollars. … A Fair price will be about $25 – $40 for 1 to 2 Notarizations and an additional $5 – $10 per notarization thereafter.

Can a notary come to your home?

The notaries public in this nationwide notary directory have listed themselves for the purpose of providing professional notary services. They are considered mobile notaries and are able to travel to your home or office to notarize your document(s) for a fee, which may include a travel charge.

What jobs can you get with a notary license?

These are a few of the types of offices that notaries often work in:

  • Real Estate Agencies – Many real estate agencies need a notary for deeds and titles.
  • Banks – A lot of banks offer notary services to their customers. …
  • Lending Institutions – Some lending institutions hire notaries to notarize loan paperwork.
How do I get started as a notary?

While procedures differ from state to state, the general steps to become a Notary are:

  1. Make sure you meet all of your state’s qualifications.
  2. Complete and submit an application.
  3. Pay the state’s filing fee.
  4. Get training from an approved education vendor (if applicable).
  5. Pass a state-administered exam (if applicable).
Can notaries get in trouble?

Notary trouble

The answer is — yes, but they generally don’t get caught. If you are a notary public, it is your responsibility to know your state notary laws, and keep up to date with law changes. Notary laws change little by little, year by year.

How can I get something notarized for free?

Get Your Document Notarized for Free

  1. The Auto Club. Check out or call the Auto Club in your state to see if they will notarize for free for members.
  2. Banks and Credit Unions.
  3. Public Libraries.
  4. Courthouses.
  5. City and County Government Offices.
  6. Police Departments.
  7. Colleges and Universities.
  8. 8. Your Real Estate or Insurance Agent.
Can notaries charge a fee?

Standard Notary Public Fees

Notary fees often depend on where you get the document notarized—states set maximum allowable charges, and notaries can charge any amount up to that maximum. 2 Standard notary costs range from $0.25 to $20 and are billed on a per-signature or per-person basis depending on the state.

What is the maximum fee a notary can charge?

Maximum Fees Allowed

Assembly Bill 2217 amends Government Code sections 8211 and 8223 to give notaries in California a 50% pay raise. Considering that it costs upwards of $400 to become a notary in California, this is welcome news. For the most common services, the maximum allowable charge went from $10 to $15.

Can you notarize a document without the person being present?

It is not legal. If a document is notarized without the person signing it being present, the notarization is invalid. Both the person in whose name the document is being notarized as well as the notary could face all kinds of legal problems, both civil and criminal.

Can I notarize for a friend?

A notary public who has a direct or indirect financial (or other beneficial) interest in a document may not notarize such a document. The better practice is not to notarize for a spouse or family member in order to preserve the integrity of the notarization and to prevent a challenge to the notarization.

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