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What is a mobile notary, and how does it work?

A mobile notary is a notary public who travels to their clients to provide notarization services. The notary can meet the client at a location of their choosing, such as their home, office, or other convenient location. Mobile notaries operate much like traditional notaries, verifying the identity of signers and witnessing the signing of documents. We also have Spanish and Hindi translators/interpreters.

What is your service area?

We service all of Allen County, IN, along with Dekalb County, IN, Noble County, IN, Whitley County, IN, Huntington County, IN, Wells County, IN and Adams County, IN.


What are the advantages of using a mobile notary over a traditional notary?

Using a mobile notary offers several advantages over traditional notary services. Mobile notaries are more convenient since they can meet clients at a location of their choosing, including after-hours and on weekends. This makes it easier for busy individuals and those with mobility issues to get their documents notarized. In addition, mobile notaries are often faster and more efficient than traditional notaries since they can travel to their clients and provide services on the spot.

How much does a mobile notary cost, and what are the factors that affect the price?

The cost of mobile notary services can vary depending on several factors, including the location, the type of document, and the level of urgency required.

Our Notary Fees are in compliance with the maximum fee schedule imposed by the Secretary of State of Indiana: (IC 33-42-14-1[a;b;e]).

  • Travel Fee: $0.67 cents per mile effective January 1, 2024. See IRS Guideline.

  • Service/Convenience Fee: Determined by day of the week, time of the day, and urgency.

  • Document Fee: $10 per signature on the document.

How long does an appointment normally take?

The time it takes for a mobile notary to complete the notarization process can vary depending on the number of documents, the complexity of the documents, and the number of signers. Inn general, the process can take anywhere from a few minutes to an hour or more, depending on the circumstances. However, mobile notaries are often able to provide faster service than traditional notaries, since they can travel to their clients and provide services on the spot.

What types of documents can be notarized by a mobile notary?

A mobile notary can notarize most types of documents, including real estate documents, legal documents, financial documents,, and personal documents like powers of attorneys, affidavits, and wills.

What should I bring to my appointment with a mobile notary, and what should I expect during the notarization process?

You should bring a valid government-issued photo ID, such as a resident alien identification card (green card), state-issued driver's license, state-issued identification card, U.S. military identification card, and U.S. passport, to your appointment. We will verify your identity and witness you signing the document. We will also affix our official seal and signature to the document to authenticate it.

What types of documents need to be notarized?

For senior citizens, the most frequent types of documents needing to be notarized include:

  • Power of Attorney

  • Advance Healthcare Directives

  • Trusts

  • Wills

Other documents needing to be notarized include:

  • Acknowledgement statements

  • Adoption documents

  • Affidavit and Oath documents

  • Auto loan purchase documents

  • Certified copy services

  • Child custody documents

  • Contracts

  • Deeds

  • Degree and Qualification certifications

  • Demand for payment documents

  • Divorce documents

  • Jurat acknowledgments

  • Legal certificates

  • Notary legalization

  • Property and escrow documents

  • Property registrations

  • Shipping documents

  • I9 Authorized Representative


We are not attorneys licensed to practice law in the State of Indiana. We are not permitted to draft legal records, give advice on legal matters, including immigration, or charge a fee for those activities (IC 42-33-13-3[a][1][2][3].

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Ready to come to you when you need a notary the most!

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Specializing in Estate planning and Real Estate transactions as well as process serving.

Will meet at any local hospital to help loved ones that can't make it to a notary.

Nursing & Rehab Facilities
Will meet at any local facility to help loved ones that can't make it to a notary.

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