Mobile Notary Public

As a Certified Notary Public, I provide mobile notary services to all of Houston and surrounding Texas towns.

With tight schedules and the inconvenience of traveling to a notary office, businesses and residents of the area can depend on my mobile notary services. I am available by appointment to travel to your location at your preference in order to notarize any important documents.

Having a traveling notary service available is advantageous, cost-efficient and time-saving. Your documents will be notarized accurately and professionally in a timely manner.

I am dedicated to providing quality and friendly customer service for your notarizing needs and am available nights and weekends. Additionally, I am available 24 hours a day and seven days a week for any emergency needs. I travel to homes, businesses, hospitals, nursing homes, jails, airports and other locations.

As a notary signing agent

I specialize in the following services

  • Acknowledgments

  • Jurats

  • Grant Deeds

  • Trusts

  • Deed of Trusts

  • Waivers

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  • Loan Document Signing

  • Refinance Documents

  • insurance Documents

  • Purchase Documents

  • Home Equity Documents

  • Commercial and/or Residential Documents`

When you need your documents notarized flawlessly and promptly, you can count on my experiences as a mobile notary public.

Call us at 713-653-4800 or email us at mobilenotaryofficial@gmail.com

Frequently Asked Questions

Got questions? We've got answers.

Welcome to the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS) section. I hope to answer all general questions regarding the role of a Notary Public.

What is a Notary Public?

According to the National Notary Association, a Notary Public is a public servant who is appointed by the Secretary of State to witness the signing of important documents, administer oaths and other tasks authorized by state law. A Notary Public is an honest and responsible individual.

What is a mobile notary public?

A mobile notary public performs the same services as a regular notary public but is willing to travel to any location for anyone who is unable to leave his or her business or home for notarizing documents.

Why do I need to notarize documents?

The notarization process makes a public record in the notarial journal and detects or deters document fraud. This process does not prove any truth to statements and does not legalize or validate a document. A public notary ensures that the person signing documents agrees to the terms of the documents or has vouched under oath or affirmation that the contents of the document were true.

Can you notarize any document?

All documents that contain text committing a signer, an original signature of the signer, or a notarial certificate which appears on the document or on an attachment can be notarized.

Is notarization required by law?

Majority of the documents are required by law to be notarized. Certain affidavits, deeds and powers of attorney cannot receive legal binding unless they are notarized. However, certain documents for private entities and individuals do not require notarization but can be notarized for protection from fraud.

Can notarization legalize or validate a document?

No. Notarization does not make a document true or legal. Notarization ensures that the signer acknowledges to the Notary that he or she signed the document or vouched under oath or affirmation that the contents of the document were true.

Can you provide legal advice or prepare legal documents?

No, a Notary Public is forbidden to prepare legal documents or provide legal advice unless he or she is an attorney. Violators will be prosecuted for unauthorized practice of the law.

How does the notarization process work?

The Notary Public must fill in the notarial certificate, record the transaction in a journal, complete all required signatures and apply his or her seal to finalize the notarization. It is required that the signer of the document be present at the time of notarization. The Notary may ask questions to the signer to establish willingness and awareness of the transaction. The Notary Public must also identify the signer by asking to see a current identification document, which must contain a photograph, physical description and a signature. The Notary Public must check for a driver’s license, state ID, passport or US military identification issued within the last 5 years. The notary must check the document for missing information, blank spaces, and ensure that the signer completes the document before it is notarized.

What types of identification are valid?

All forms of identification must be current or issued within 5 years.

Valid forms of identification in the State of Texas include:
  • Texas Drivers License
  • US Passport
  • Drivers license or ID card from another state
  • Mexican or Canadian drivers license issued by an authorized agency
  • US Military ID
  • Foreign passport stamped by INS
  • Inmate ID card (only prisoners in custody)
What if I do not have a valid ID?

If the signer of a document does not have a valid ID, one or two credible identifying witnesses must be present at the signing of all documents. One credible witness is acceptable when the Notary Public and the signer both know the witness through personal knowledge.

This witness must meet the following four requirements:
  1. The individual making the acknowledgement is the same person identified in the document.
  2. The individual making the acknowledgement does not possess any valid identification.
  3. That it is the reasonable belief of the witness that the circumstances of the person making the acknowledgment are such that it would be very difficult or impossible for that person to obtain another form of identification.
  4. The witness does not have any financial interest in the document being acknowledged and is not named in the document.

Two credible witnesses are used when the identities of the witnesses are proven to the Notary based on satisfactory evidence. The two witnesses must be known to the signer through personal knowledge and must meet the four requirements mentioned above.

Can Notaries refuse service to people?

A notary can refuse service only if her or she is uncertain of a signer’s identity, willingness, mental awareness, or has reason to suspect fraud. Notaries may not refuse service on the basis of race, religion, nationality, lifestyle, or because the person is not a client or customer.

Are you bonded and has your background been checked?

Yes, we bonded and undergo background screenings. All notaries are also required to be bonded in order to protect the public from negligent mistakes or dishonest acts performed by the notary.

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