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

Other Locations

We can go to Nursing Homes, Hospitals, and Jails 

We are here to assist with a variety of family matters.

*  Are you or a loved one in a Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Assisted Living, or Hospice Care?  We understand how trying this time is and will be happy to go.

*  Do you have a loved one in Jail or Prison that needs to sign in front of a Notary.

*  Has you car been towed or in a recovery station? Download one of the forms below and let us know how we can be of assistance.

Most Health Care facilities have ‘visiting hours’ where your Notary can come. Check with the Nurses station or your assigned Social Worker on what the hours for your facility are.

Most detention facilities provide professional viewing hours Monday-Friday. Check with the office. Let them know the attorney need not be present on the day your document is signed.

Need a Notary?

Call or text us at 512-846-7846

Fees & Requirements

Minimum fees for hospitals, nursing homes, and jail signings is $125.00 plus mileage and includes one full hour of time.
Texas Notary Fees are separate and in addition.

Additional fee time over 60 minutes at the location is $1 per minute.
Jail signings usually take a little more time and the price reflects the extra time involved.

Full payment is required up front before any transaction takes place. If the notarization is unsuccessful for some unforeseen reason, then the signature fees will be refunded only, not the travel and wait time fees.

We will also need a current unexpired government issued picture ID (driver license, state ID, passport) for the signer.

Witnesses are available per request for an addition charge.

10 Most Common Documents:

  1. Power of attorney
  2. Child Custody Agreements
  3. Letters of Permission
  4. Release of personal property
  5. Inability to appear forms
  6. Affidavits
  7. Vehicle release forms (see forms on this page)
  8. Right to travel forms
  9. DMV Forms
  10. Real Estate Forms

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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