Available 7 Days A Week
1-Sure Sign Certified Mobile Notary Service in Texas
Are you searching for Notary that is Fast, Reliable and Affordable? We can help. For your convenience and because we are dedicated to providing 100% Customer Satisfaction, short notice appointments or location are never a problem.
Available 7 Days A Week
We Offer Mobile Notary Services
With your busy schedule, it is not easy to find a reliable Local Notary Public to have something notarized. That’s why Notary on Wheels has a bonded and insured certified mobile notary available to you. We will come to you at your convenience.
We can notarize your power of attorney, financial papers, adoption papers, etc. quickly and easily so you can move on with your busy life.
It’s our goal to take the hassle out of finding a notary, so you can always get the signing services you want, exactly when and where you need them. Sooner or later everyone will need a notary. You need a notary’s signature on many legal documents, and getting their signature can be a wise precaution even when notarization is not mandated. That’s why we offer mobile notary services that help in a wide variety of areas.
The Notary will ask the signer three questions.
Verify the signer’s name, buy asking “Are you (the name indicated on your identification) ?
We verify the stated name matches the Photo ID and that the person looks significantly the same as the image contained in the identification.
Do You Understand?
“Do you understand the contents of this document, or are you signing under duress?”
Are you signing under duress?
and finally, the notary asks if the signer is being coerced into signing the document or is signing under duress.
1 Sure Sign Texas Mobile Notary and Loan Signing Services. We design our notary services to be incredibly easy, accurate, and available! We are always available one day in advance. Simply call to schedule your confirmed appointment 972.670.5278.
Apostille & Authentication
The Apostille only certifies the authenticity of the signature and the capacity of the person who has signed the public document, and, where appropriate, the identity of the seal or stamp which the public document bears. The single authentication certificate (Apostille) will be printed in black ink and no longer will include the gold embossed state seal. The new single authentication certificate has an element of added security by providing a method on our website to confirm the issuance of the authentication certificate by our office. Each certificate has a unique file number and date the authentication certificate was issued.
Serving the Dallas Metro Area.
20% off first time notary services when you schedule in advance. Servicing the Dallas Metro Area call 972.670.5278.
Notary Acknowledgment. A Notary Acknowledgment is a formal declaration of a signature before a public official. The public official is usually a notary public but in many states the public official can be a judge, mayor or other such official. The Acknowledgment must be a part of the original document
You’r City’s Best Mobile Notary Services
Reliable and Accurate Mobile Notary Signing Services are provided to support Banks/Lenders, Title Escrow Companies, Real Estate Agents, Settlement Service Companies, Attorneys, Auto Brokers, Auto Dealerships, Corporate and Small Business, Financial Advisors, Physicians, Structured Settlement Companies, Assisted Living Facilities and the General Public for any type of document, notary signing or witness needs.
Real Estate Forms
The types of documents that require a notarization include, but are not limited to, closing documents signed by both the sellers and the buyers and warranty deeds. Real estate transactions executed in different states may require different forms to be notarized.
A notarized document is a document that has been certified by a notary public. The notary public is an official who verifies the identities of everybody signing the document, witnesses the signatures, and marks the document with a stamp (or “seal”). A notary is supposed to ensure that all signatures on a document are legitimate.
Quick and Painless
How It Works & What You Need to Bring.
1-Sure Sign Notary provides mobile notary and signing services at your location and when convenient for you. Locations can include your home, office, hospital,correctional facilities, DMV, your favorite coffee spot or just about any other desired location.
What You Need Bring With You.
The individual signing the document must appear in person and present a valid picture ID such as: Government ID • Driver’s License • Passport • Military IDs.
See our list of forms you need and documentation.
It’s important to have all your documents and identification ready for the notary. If you don’t have an ID, for example the Driver’s licenses for your parent living in a retirement home, call us and we can prepare a credible witness form before we arrive. See a complete list of what forms and documentation are needed…
Your passport in texas.
don't remove staples from documents.
Don’t remove the staple from the document! If the staple is removed you run the risk of a third party refusing to accept the document as it may appear that the document has been tampered with.
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“Each and every Notary Public plays a crucial role in combating identity theft. They serve as our front line of defense and the public is safer because of the job they do.“
What is a notary?
Notarisation is the process whereby a Notary certifies a document. Usually this is done by attaching a notarial certificate to the document. The notarial certificate contains statements of fact or law in relation to the document being certified. Our Notaries often issue certificates in the language of the country where the document being certified is to be used.
What is a signing agent?
A signing agent is a public notary who is expert in loan closing documents. A lender, title company, or escrow service may hire a signing agent to handle getting documents delivered, signed, or processed efficiently and on time.
Do notarize on the weekends?
Yes, we are a mobile notary and apostille service on weekend afternoons and early evening (both Saturday and Sunday)…and even most holidays.
What type of documents do you notarize?
Our Notary offers a full range of Notarial Services. We notarise documents for use in all countries around the world, often in a foreign language or in a bilingual format.
Why Do I proof of address?
One of the Notary’s fundamental duties is to properly identify his or her client. This requirement is laid down by our practice?
Where do you provide services?
We will come to you at a place that is convenient for you. This can be your home or office, a restaurant, or even a nursing home, hospital, or federal, state or county correctional facility. If you prefer to come to our Wylie, TX office during business hours, this can also of course be arranged. Superior Notary Services specializes in providing prompt and convenient attention that lets you focus on your client.
How much does it cost?
This will depend on the document being certified and exactly what the notary is required to do. Our notaries will be happy to discuss this with you prior to your appointment (please note it will often be necessary to see the document in advance in order to provide an accurate fee estimate).
Do I need an appointment
Yes, although we are sometimes able to accommodate walk in clients it is preferable to book an appointment in advance in order to ensure a Notary will be available to see you. This also allows us to ensure we have all necessary documents in advance and that the appointment is as brief as possible for you.
Licensed & Insured
Texas Mobile Notary Public’s Notaries are not attorneys or a law office; we are not licensed to practice law in Texas and may not give legal advice or accept fees for legal advice. Under the Texas Admin. Code 87.43, A Notary Public is prohibited by law to act in the capacity of an attorney, give advice in preparing legal documents, issue identification cards, distribute confidential information or perform any notatarial act unless the signer is present.