A Traveling Notary is on the Go

Traveling Notary – What are They

A traveling notary is more commonly known as a mobile notary.  They are notaries that travel from location to location to perform document signings.  A traveling notary will go to:

  • your place of business
  • a home or residence
  • the coffee shop around the corner
  • or anywhere else you need documents notarized.

A notary public is defined as a public officer who attests or certifies writings (as a deed) to make them authentic and takes affidavits, depositions, and protests of negotiable paper —called also notary”.

At Your Beck and Call

A traveling notary can be found just about any hour of the day and any day of the week.  Many of them specialize in after hours closings and rush document signings.  And they are located all over the country.

While commonly used for real estate transactions, a traveattestsling notary can be used for just about any document that requires notarization. (In some states, for some documents, a lawyer is required.  But, don’t worry, there are traveling lawyers, too.)

In many cases you can find a traveling notary in a matter of hours … if … you use a service that gets you access to a network of traveling notaries.

A Signing Service has Access to Your Traveling Notary

A signing service is like a matchmaker between you and a notary.  For example, at Sunshine Signing we have a network of tens of thousands of notaries across all 50 states.  We will connect you with a notary in a matter of minutes.

We are open for signings 24 hours a day and 365 days a year.  And there is no one else who will get you a quality professional as fast and as reliably as we can.

If you’d like to find out more about our services, give us a call at 727-817-0000 or contact us online.

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2 thoughts on “Traveling Notary – What are They

  1. A mobile notary sounds like a much more convenient option compared to a regular notary. It’s cool that you can get one almost 24/7 in case you need to have some papers signed as soon as possible. It’s good that you can also get a traveling lawyer in case you live in a state that requires one as well.

  2. I like the idea of having a notary that will travel to you at just about any hour of the day regardless of business hours. In my field of business, a lot of deals happen after hours and it can be a real bummer if we don’t get documents notarized until the next day. I will be sure to look into mobile notary services near me so that I can ensure my business can still operate after normal business hours.

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