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Mobile Notary

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Please note there is a mobile/travel fee (see below) and there is the state mandated notary scheduling fee that is set. How to schedule. First find out your distance roundtrip from zip code 07801(NJ), and that will tell you the mobile fee. The notary public fee for signatures/documents are set by the state (see below). If you are in another state click here for more information.  Once you know the distance, email or text (570) 664-0643 with your request and location/address. If the appointment is at night (sunset) or if the notary is not comfortable with the location then a mutual location may be discussed such as a nearby public destination closest to you. 

The mobile notary signing services are not for loan signing/real estate documents. They are primarily for:

  • Living Wills

  • Power of Attorney

  • Living Trusts

  • Healthcare Proxy

  • Travel consents

  • Affidavits

  • Acknowledgements

  • Contracts (non real estate)

  • DMV Forms

  • Immigration forms

  • Tax Preparation

  • and similar personal documents. 


Mobile/ Travel fee | use Google maps to see distance to your location

  • $25 _ Less than 20miles roundtrip from zip code 07801

  • $50 _More than 20 miles (up to 60 miles) roundtrip  from zip code 07801


Notary Public Fee 

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania - Click here for Notary Public Fee Schedule

  • Taking acknowledgment  $5.00 

  • Taking acknowledgment (each additional name) $2.00 

  • Administering oath or affirmation (per individual taking oath or affirmation) $5.00 

  • Taking verification on oath or affirmation (no matter how many signatures)  $5.00 

  • Witnessing or attesting a signature (per signature) $5.00 

  • Certifying or attesting a copy or deposition (per certified copy) $5.00

  • Noting a protest of a negotiable instrument (per page) $3.00

Additional fees   | (If applicable)

  • Friday "Senior Citizen Day" - Get $5 off. (age $62+)

  • Holiday - additional $10

  • Same Day - additional $20

For an appointment, please email or text (570) 664-0643.

For same day request please text (570) 664.0643 to confirm a notary is available. Thank you. 

What is the notary public purpose?

Notary publics are required to verify your identity and signature for essential documents such as power of attorneys, healthcare proxy and others. They are able to provide after hour, holiday, weekend services that your local bank notary is not able to do. Mobile notaries also provide the convenience of coming to you. This is helpful when there is a disability involved or multiple people. 

Be sure to let your notary know how many signatures and papers will be involved for the signing so they can plan their time accordingly. 

What you need to know before your mobile notary arrives?

  • You will need an unexpired government form of id (such as drivers license, state id, passport, etc). 

  • The person signing must be present and sign in the presence of a notary.

  • The person signing must be an individual 18 years of age or older, and

  • of sound mind. 20 Pa. Cons. Stat. § 2501.

Most mobile notary signings take less than 10 minutes. You sign the notary's journal to confirm the notary has taken place, the notary confirms your identity and provides notary stamp if applicable. The notary can also sign as a witness, if you just need a witness and not a notary.

Most common Question asked regarding PA:

Do I Need to Have My Will Notarized? No, in Pennsylvania, you do not need to notarize your will to make it legal. However, you must go to a notary to make your will self-proving. Pennsylvania law does not require your will to be witnessed (unless you cannot sign the will yourself or can sign only with a mark). 20 Pa. Cons. Stat. § 2502However, while witnesses aren't required to make your will valid, they may be required at the time of probate (after you die) to "prove" your will to the probate court. Pennsylvania law allows you to avoid this hassle by making your will "self-proving." A self-proving will speeds up probate because the court can accept the will without contacting the witnesses who signed it. To make your will self-proving, you sign your will in the presence of two witnesses. Then, in a notary's presence, the three of you sign affidavits that state who you are and that you signed your will in the presence of the witnesses. The notary then notarizes your signatures and you attach the affidavits to your will. 20 Pa. Cons. Stat. § 3132.1. (source:

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