Notary Available 7 Days Per
Week (MD only)
COVID-19 alert: On March 30, 2020 Maryland Governor Lawrence Hogan issued an executive order authorizing Maryland Notaries to perform notarial acts for remotely located individuals until the orders have been rescinded or rescinded, superseded, amended or revised by additional orders.
Notary Service Available Online!
Do you have Zoom/GoToMeeting and an email address? If so, our online notary service is perfect for you.
SALE! (online only)
Use our online notary service and pay no notary fees.
Up to 30 signatures for free.
30 minutes of wait time for free.
We Can Travel to You!
We are still available for in-person signing during the COVID-19 pandemic (hazard fee apply)
We can travel to Your Home and the below institutions as allowed by COVID-19 restrictions:
Skilled Nursing Facilities
Long-Term Care Facilities
Our Notaries Wear PPE!
Our notaries wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for all in-person signing.
Hazard fee covers the cost of PPE and other health related costs.
Who is a Notary?
A notary public is a person who is authorized by the state to verify the signatures of everyone who signs a document. A notary public ensures that all signers are who they say they are, are not signing against their will, are aware of the contents of the document being signed and administer oaths or affirmations to individuals (to verify the contents of documents are true). A notary public is prohibited from helping you prepare (complete/fill out) or understand legal documents. .In most cases the notary public is not an attorney, if you need legal advice, please consult an attorney licensed to practice law in your state.
:Many documents such as the ones listed below require a notarization in an effort to deter fraud, to prove the authenticity of the signature and to ensure that a signature was made willingly and not under duress:
Power of Attorney
Wills (Only if prepared by an Attorney
Refinance & Loan Modifications
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