Notary

Remote & Mobile Notarial Services & Fees Starting at Only $50

+ Travel/Mobile Fee: starting at $75

Mobile Services

Mobile Service

Mobile Service for Manhattan and Westchester only.

  • Within Manhattan: $75 for Mobile service, plus $3 per mile, which includes the first notarized signature, plus $2 for each additional signature notarized
  • Within Westchester County: $75 for Mobile service, plus $3 per mile from Katonah, which includes the first notarized signature, plus $2 for each additional signature notarized
  • Real Estate Closing in Manhattan: $250 for Mobile service includes notarizing all documents
  • Real Estate Closing in Westchester: $250 for Mobile service, plus $3 per mile from Katonah, which includes notarizing all documents

Mobile Services Area

Our firm provides mobile notary services to clients in New York and Westchester Counties.

What this means if you require a document or documents notarized:
1. We will meet you at a location in Manhattan that is below 125th Street (above 125th Street if our time permits) to notarize your documents;
2. We will meet you at a location in Westchester County to notarize your documents.

Please consult our prices for Mobile Notary Services. Additional charge for other counties, if we are available.

Remote Services

Remote Notarization – No Longer Available Under NYS Notary Law

We are notaries public in New York State, and, as a result of Gov. Cuomo’s Executive Order 202.7, are now allowed to notarize documents remotely.

Our firm provides remote notary services to clients throughout New York State.  We are the first to introduce the concept of Remote Notary Services.

What this means if you require a document or documents notarized:

  1. The person or persons will have to join the notary in a secure, online Conference Room with the document(s) to be notarized;
  2. The person or persons must have their State of Federally issued ID with them for the conference (it cannot be emailed to the notary ahead of the meeting);
  3. The person or persons must have the ability to scan in the document(s) they sign while the notary is watching them sign it/them, and then fax or email it/them to the notary;
  4. The person or persons must then send the notary, at their expense, the original document(s), either via USPS, Fedex or UPS, for which the we can generate a pre-paid mailing label, with tracking, or via First Class Mail (not recommended since originals may be required to replace the remotely notarized documents);
  5. We then notarize the original signed document(s) and return them via USPS, Fedex or UPS, at the customer’s choice and expense.

Note that Steps 4 & 5 must occur within 30 days of the remote notarization, and you should expect to have to present the originals to the recipient of the remotely notarized document(s).

Remote Services Area

When allowed by NYS Notary Law, our firm provides remote notary services to clients throughout New York State. Note: As of June 25, 2021, Remote Online Notarizations are not allowed in New York State.

We are the first to introduce the concept of Remote Notary Services.

What this means if you require a document or documents notarized:

  1. The person or persons, while physically being located in New York State, will have to join the notary in a secure, online Conference Room with the document(s) to be notarized;
  2. The person or persons must have their State of Federally issued ID with them for the conference (it cannot be emailed to the notary ahead of the meeting);
  3. The person or persons must have the ability to scan in the document(s) they sign while the notary is watching them sign it/them, and then fax or email it/them to the notary.

Please consult our prices for Remote Notary Services.

Document Notarization

When Do I Need a Notary?

Documents are notarized to deter fraud and to ensure proper execution. It is the responsibility of the notary public to ensure that the signers have appeared before them and have produced proper identification. The Notary Public officiates at the signing and insures that the documents are signed correctly.

A Notary’s duty is to screen the signers of important documents — such as property deeds, wills and powers of attorney — for their true identity, their willingness to sign without duress or intimidation, and their awareness of the contents of the document or transaction. Some notarizations also require the Notary to put the signer under an oath, declaring under penalty of perjury that the information contained in a document is true and correct.

Impartiality is the foundation of the Notary’s public trust. They are duty-bound not to act in situations where they have a personal interest. The public trusts that the Notary’s screening tasks have not been corrupted by self-interest. And impartiality dictates that a Notary never refuse to serve a person due to race, nationality, religion, politics, sexual orientation or status as a non-customer.

As official representatives of the state, Notaries Public certify the proper execution of many of the life-changing documents of private citizens — whether those diverse transactions convey real estate, grant powers of attorney, establish a prenuptial agreement, or perform the multitude of other activities that enable our civil society to function.

Acknowledgments

Signature Witnessing

Copy Certification

Jurats

Oaths/Affirmations

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When allowed to and able to travel, we will meet you in Manhattan below 125th Street or in Westchester County. Appointments are recommended, and typically required.

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