Mobile Notary Public fees start at $25 and up based on the
  • type of document or form 
  • number of documents or forms
  • number of signers
  • distance (travel/mileage fee)
  • parking (if free parking not available)
We accept cash, credit cards/debit cards, CashApp and PayPal.
Click here to make a payment online via PayPal to info@NotaryComesToYou.com
(Please note that for your protection we do not accept card payments over the phone.)
-Signers should be alert and oriented and be there to sign in front of notary public
-Signers should have original unexpired government issued picture ID such as a driver's license, DMV state ID card, passport or military ID to show the notary (we're unable to accept paper copies of IDs or pictures of IDs saved to cell phones or computers).
-Please have available the full address where we will meet
-Provide witnesses over 18 and unrelated by blood or marriage if applicable or listed on your form (we do not provide witnesses). 
-We drive to the following areas to provide mobile notary public services: Ellenwood, Fairburn, Fayetteville, Forest Park, Irondale, Jonesboro, Lake City, Lovejoy, McDonough, Morrow, Rex, Riverdale, Stockbridge, Union City. 
For all other services (signing agentform I9 verification, remote telephone hearings/depositions, safe deposit box witnessingdocument courier and field inspection)- fees will be discussed at time of scheduling.
Call 770-568-9663 or email info@NotaryComesToYou.com for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Notary Comes To You 770-568-9663
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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.