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Frequently Asked Questions 

What areas do you cover?

Ellenwood, Fairburn, Fayetteville, Forest Park, Irondale, Jonesboro, Lake City, Lovejoy, McDonough, Morrow, Rex, Riverdale, Stockbridge and Union City. We are a mobile notary service only. There is no brick and mortar building to come to we travel to customers within our service area.

How much does it cost to have a document notarized?

Fees for notarizations start at $25 and up based on the type of document or form, number of forms, number of signers, distance (travel fee), weekend/holiday requests and paid parking. 

What forms of payment do you accept?

Cash, credit cards, debit cards, CashApp and PayPal.

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(Please note that for your protection we do not take card payments over the phone.)

What will I need?

1- Alert and oriented signer(s) who will be there in person to sign in front of the notary public

2- Original unexpired government-issued picture ID such as a driver's license, DMV state ID card, passport or military ID
(We can not accept paper copies of IDs or pictures of IDs saved to cell phones or computers).

3- Witnesses if applicable/mentioned in your document (witnesses are usually over 18, unrelated to signer and each other by blood or marriage, who are not named as the attorney-in-fact or agent.  1 witness for each witness line on document-2 lines 2 witnesses) available at signing if document requires it). 

4-Payment in the form of cash, credit cards, debit cards, CashApp, or PayPal.

What are your hours?

Temporarily closed 

How do we contact you or make an appointment with a mobile notary?

Contact us by completing this form, calling (770) 568-9663 or emailing 

Do you use an embosser?

Please note raised seals/embossers are not required in Georgia, the notary public you meet with  will have an unraised inked notary stamp.

Do you notarize I-9 forms?

As an E-Verify Employee Agent we are I9 notaries and act on behalf of employers as their Authorized Representatives during completion of Form I-9, employment eligibility verification.  Per the U.S. Department of Homeland Security- United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), "when acting as an authorized representative, the notary public should not provide a notary seal (stamp) on Form I9." Click here for more information on the completion of the I9 form.

What types of forms do you notarize?

* Address Verifications * Adoption paperwork * Affidavits * Annuity * Bank forms * Bill Of Sales * Business partnerships * Car Titles * Cell tower leases * College Verification forms * Commercial Lease Contract * Contracts * Debt consolidation * Deeds *  Divorce paperwork * Financial documents *  Fraternity application * Funding * Health Care Directives * Job Applications * Lease agreements * License for Sale of Small Firearm applications * Loan applications * Loan documents * Medical Release forms * Name Change forms * Mortgage documents * New Rehab Supplier Registration forms * Oaths * Parental Consent Letters for Minors to Travel * Passport Applications * Personal Legal Documents * Power of Attorney (POA) * Pre-marital agreement * Promissory Notes * Remote employee verification * Remote Testimony Witness * Rental Agreements * Residency Affidavits * Safe Deposit Box Content witnessing * Structured Settlements *  Telephone hearings * Timeshare * Trusts * Verifications * Wills

What documents do you NOT notarize?

Birth certificates, death certificates, deeds, marriage licenses, divorce decrees, court orders, adoption records, school transcripts, FBI fingerprint cards, motor vehicle titles and notary applications (no recorded documents that can be obtained from source-such as the county clerk). 

Can we come to your office location?

No, we are a mobile notary service. There is no brick and mortar building to come to. You select a location within our service areas convenient for you and we drive to meet you there. For example: your home, office, school, hospital, nursing home/rehab, assisted living facility, hotel lobby, coffee shop, library, bookstore, post office, restaurant or other agreed upon location inEllenwood, Fairburn, Fayetteville, Forest Park, Irondale, Jonesboro, Lake City, Lovejoy, McDonough, Morrow, Rex, Riverdale, Stockbridge and Union City.

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What other services do you provide?

Mobile notary public, Loan Signing Agent, Form I-9 verification, Remote Telephone Witness/Depositions, Safe Deposit Box WitnessingDocument Courier and  Field Inspections.

Are you hiring notaries public?

We are not hiring at this time.

Can you help me with my form?

No, our notaries are not attorneys, therefore we are not allowed to provide legal advice. Please contact your state bar association or a licensed attorney for all legal questions and help with your documents before having them notarized.


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 5 Tips On How To Get A Document Notarized
1.  Obtain document  (form or letter) to be notarized from applicable company, department or website
2.  Complete form/type letter but DO NOT sign (leave signature area blank)
3.  Have original unexpired government issued picture ID such as a driver's license, DMV state ID card, passport or military ID available to show notary. (We do not accept paper copies of IDs or pictures of IDs saved to cell phones or computers).
4.  Have correct number of witnesses available (according to form) with their ID if this is stated on the form. We do not provide witnesses.
5.  Call (770) 568-9663 or email for appointment
6.  Payment is due at time services are rendered in the form of cash, credit card, debit card, CashApp or PayPal.
(REMINDER:  Do not sign form/letter until notary arrives and checks ID)
Mobile notary public fees start at $25 and up based on the type of document or form, number of signers, distance (travel fee), and paid parking. Fees for other services will be set as they arise.
We do not have attorneys, escrow officers or financial advisors on staff and therefore cannot explain or advise you on your forms or their contents nor give legal or financial advice. Any questions about the documents should be addressed to a lawyer or the department or company you obtained the paperwork from.
The notary acts as a witness to the signing of forms by ensuring that 1) the signer is the person named in the paperwork and 2) the individual isn't being made to sign anything against their will as much as possible. The signer should be prepared to prove who they are by showing an active (non expired) government issued picture I.D. such as a drivers license, passport or military I.D.