Mobile Notary Serving Counties Travis, Burnet, Blanco, Llano, Lampasas, & beyond.

Your Local, Certified Mobile Notary Public Service

We make document notarization easy by meeting you at the time & place of your convenience – home, office, hospital, bank, and beyond.

We work by appointment only, but contact us and we will do our best to accommodate your notarization requests.

Confidential Mobile Notary

We love calling the Texas Hill Country home. That is why we serve the areas from Lago Vista to Llano to Liberty Hill. From Boggy Ford to Burnet to Bertram. And all the beautiful country roads in between.

Whether it be selling your old pick up truck or refinancing your homestead, we are just a click on the Schedule button, call, text or email away.

8am – 10pm * 7 Days a Week

Top-Rated Mobile Notary Serving Texas Hill Country

Notary Service that Comes to You

We provide Mobile Notary services in The Texas Hill Country Counties of Burnet, Lampasas, Llano, Gillespie, San Saba, Blanco,  Travis, and Williamson.

Rates are defined by mileage/travel time.

Other bordering counties may be available or referred to our colleagues in that area.

What is a Notary?

 A Notary Public is an official of integrity appointed and governed by the Texas Secretary of State. We take an oath to serve the public as an impartial witness in performing a variety of official fraud-deterrent acts related to the signing of important documents.

Here are just some of the services covered by a Notary:


  • Financial & Health Care Documentation
  • Titles, Bills of Sales, School Forms
  • Estate Planning, Trusts, Wills, Power of Attorney, Deeds
  • Form I-9 Employment Eligibility Verification
  • Permission to Travel, Custody, Adoption


  • Cash Deals, Seller Packages, Purchase
  • Loans Loan Modifications, Refinance, HELOC
  • Reverse Mortgage, Texas Property Tax Loan
  • Quit Claim Deeds, Grant Deeds, Deeds of Trust

Schedule A Notary Service

Texas Notaries Public are governed by Chapter 406 of the Government Code, Chapter 121 of the Civil Practice and Remedies Code and the Secretary of State’s Administrative rules found in 1 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 87, as well as any other applicable State or Federal Law.

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