Here you will find frequently asked question by our customers.
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What Is A Notary Public?
What Is A Mobile Notary?
What do I need to do prior to meeting with the Notary?
What if I do not have a Current Photo ID?
A) I would have to personally know you, or
B) An oath of a credible witness personally known to the signer and myself would be necessary. Meaning, the signer and I would have to know someone in common, and that person would take an oath that they know the signer.
What Areas Do You Cover?
- Del Valley
May a Notary take an acknowledgement over the phone?
What Other Services Do You Offer?
How Much Do You Charge For Your Services?
How Soon Can You Get Here? How Much Advanced Notice Is Required?
What Are Your Terms And Policies?
- At least 24 hours advanced notice required whenever possible.
- Advanced payment required for same-day appointments.
- No cancellations/refunds for same-day appointments.
- Cancellations should be made via email or phone no later than 4 hours prior to the scheduled appointment.
- Signings in remote areas and under extreme circumstances (rush jobs, long waiting, inclement weather, long distances, etc…) may result in additional fees.
- Errors & omissions caused by our notaries will be corrected free of charge.
I Am A Notary. How Can I Add Myself To Your Database?
Notary CAN Do
Why Are Documents Notarized?
Are you Insured and Bonded?
What is a Notary Public’s Duty?
Are you able to perform notarial acts in all counties in Texas?
Do you charge extra for “after hours” service?
Notary CAN NOT Do
May a Notary make a certified copy of a birth certificate or a marriage license?
A notary may, however, make a certified copy of a non-recordable document. A non-recordable document is one that cannot be recorded with any type of governmental entity. For instance, a letter is not recorded with anyone, but there are times the sender of the letter would like to maintain a certified copy of that letter for his or her file.
May a Notary Public determine which type of Notarial certificate should be attached to a document?
How do I file a complaint against a Notary Public?
*From the Secretary of State Website: http://www.sos.state.tx.us/statdoc/faqs2300.shtml#np1