Traveling Notary Public for the Philadelphia Area
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Notary Services & Fees
Do you need a notary public to come to your home, office, medical facility or a correctional institution? Then PhillyNotary is here to help!
PhillyNotary provides mobile notary service to Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery and Delaware counties. PhillyNotary can meet you anywhere: your home, coffee shops, hospitals, offices, restaurants, bus stops, hotels, train stations, pretty much anywhere that's convenient for you.
Notary services include:
- Power Of Attorney
- Real Estate Closings / Refinance
- Asset Verification
- Vehicle Titles
- Motor Vehicle Documents
- Immigration and Travel Documents
- Certification of Translated Documents (English/Spanish only)
- Deposition Witnessing
- And many more!
Our fees include a travel fee based on your location PLUS the fees listed below. The fees below are set by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
- 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
Just call or schedule an appointment online.
Common Notary Questions
Some of the most common questions asked by clients are:
- Do I need to have photo ID? Yes. You must have a photo ID issued by a government entity (city, state or federal) and it cannot be expired. Acceptable forms of photo ID include driver license, non-driver photo ID, government employee photo ID or passport.
- Can I sign the document before the notary arrives to save time? No. The document cannot be notarized unless it is witnessed by the notary.
- Why don't you provide a embossed/raised seal when notarizing documents? Pennsylvania no longer requires that notaries use an embosser. Read the requirements here.