A Plus Mobile Notary Services 

Reliable, Convenient, Professional

Personal Services: Power Of Attorney, Wills and Living Trusts, Divorce Agreements, Medical Releases, Custody Agreement, Barter Agreement, Social Security Records

Business Services: Title Transfers, Auto Loan Documents, Partnership Agreements, Bill Of Sale, Doctors' Office Needs, Corporate Needs

Real Estate Services: Deed Transfers, Lease Agreements, Real Estate Closings, Reverse Mortgages 

Monthly Services Available

Great for Car Dealerships & Financial Institutions!

You're Covered!

A Plus Mobile Notary carries $25K in Errors and Omissions ( E&O ) insurance.

* Bonded and Commissioned

*Members of the National Notary Association and the American Association of Notaries



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Frequently asked questions

What is a Notary?

Responsible individuals who can administer oaths or witness signatures on legal documents. A notary public is also sometimes called a loan signing agent or a loan signing notary.

What will I need?

In accordance with state law, each person having their signature notarized must show a valid ( unexpired ) government issued Photo ID. * State Issued Driver's License * US Passport * Sate Issued ID Card * Foreign passport stamped by the INS ( U.S Immigration and Naturalization Service ) * Alien registration card ( acceptable only for notarization of INS forms ) * Military Service ID Card issued by the US Government

How much is a Notary?

North Carolina law states a Notary can NOT charge more than $5 per notarized signature. Prices are charged based on the set notary price and our travel fees. Example: If you have (2) Documents EACH that need to be signed and notarized EACH Your Price would be: $5 + $5 + Travel Fee = Amount Due Travel Fees:
( From 28205 Zip Code )
Up to 30 Miles $15
30 to 60 Miles round trip: $25
60 to 90 Miles round trip: $50

Where will we meet?

A Plus Mobile Notary will travel to your home, office, hospital, business or coffee shop. Travel fees will apply based on location.

Can you explain my paperwork to me?

A Plus Mobile Notary is NOT an Attorney, therefore by law we cannot give legal advice, guidance regarding your transaction or related documents, or interpret the contents of those documents. Doing so would be a unauthorized practice of law, subjecting us to fines and/or penalties.

Can I sign the document before notary comes?

It depends. A document with jurat wording ( typically an affidavit ) MUST be signed in front of the Notary. Documents with acknowledgement wording require only that the signer ACKNOWLEDGE signing the document. If in doubt, wait until the Notary arrives before signing.