Mobile Notary Services
Serving Middle Tennessee with quality mobile notary services 7 days a week.
Schedule your appointment now or get a free quote. Call us at 615-422-7205 or schedule online.
How Our Mobile Notary Services Can Serve You
What is a Mobile Notary?
It simply means that we come to where you are. We are mobile and willing to travel within a reasonable distance to make your notary experience as simple as possible.
Who normally uses a Mobile Notary?
Truly, anyone who needs the convenience of not having to go to a notary office.
Examples of places that we may be called to go: Private homes, public meeting places like Starbucks, nursing homes, hospitals, prisons, schools, assisted living centers, or anywhere else where convenience matters for our customers.
How much does your Mobile Notary Services cost?
Our base travel rate for mobile notary services is $30 within a 30 minute drive of zip code 37128 plus my normal notary fee of $20 per document fee which includes up to 2 signature and $10 per each additional signature required on the document.
Total for one document: $50 plus additional signatures
The rate that we quote can very depending on the numbers of signers, the number of documents, the distance to your location, what you need to have notarized, the time of day, and other qualifying factors.
Give us a call at 615-422-7205 for an exact quote or get a quote online with us.
What Areas Do You Serve?
We are based out of Murfreesboro, TN 37128, but serve all Middle Tennessee areas. Our base cost is $50 to travel to you. We serve Rutherford, Davidson, Williamson, Wilson and Cannon Counties. Travel fee varies greatly due to mileage and estimated travel time. A great alternative to our mobile service if you are located further away, is our remote online notary services done from the comfort of your smart device or laptop.
What Are Your Mobile Notary Hours?
We are available most times with a 2 hour minimum notice. We also provide notary services in our office as well as virtual notary from the convenience of your web enabled device.
Where Will You Meet With Me?
We can meet at your home, place of business, public coffee shop, a business parking lot, retirement home, hospital, prison and honestly, just about any place you can think of that someone may need something notarized.
ADDITIONAL MOBILE FEES
We will never price gouge you and never want to charge these additional fees. However, we must steward our time as well as our other clients, and must charge for our time. To prevent these additional fees, plan on being prompt and having all documents complete and ensure that all signers have correct forms of IDs.
We charge a waiting fee if our Notary Public Agent is kept waiting at the agreed upon location of our appointment for more than 10 minutes past our agreed upon time for the signer(s) or witness(es) to be available for any reason including waiting for them to have their acceptable forms of IDs or completed documents. The fee is $1 per minute of wait time past the initial 10 minutes.
If the signers are not willing to sign or lack at least one acceptable form of ID, or if they can’t have enough of a conversation with me to make it clear that they are signing freely and willingly, your travel fee is non-refundable.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Coworking
We accept cash, cards and Venmo.
- We offer in office notary service by appointment only.Please call first in case we are out on a notary appointment.
- We offer mobile notary services, coming to your location for a fee.
- We offer remote online notary services also known as Virtual Online Notary, that is done completely online on your smart device.
In office: You pay at time of services rendered.
Mobile Notary Services: You pay the travel convenience fee at time of the appointment and the documents and signature fees at time of services rendered.
Remote/Virtual Notary Services: you will pay at time of services rendered online.
You will need to have a valid form of ID ready which includes a driver’s license or passport.
When you get your document notarized, you must provide proof of identification or ID. A driver’s license or passport is two commonly used forms of ID. The notary will review your ID to make sure you are who you claim to be. If the notary has any doubts about your identify, he or she will not notarize the document.
- State-issued driver’s license.
- State-issued identification card
- U.S. passport
- Foreign Passport