Mobile Notary Services

Signed, Sealed ❧ Simple.

In addition to editorial services, I provide notarial services in Montgomery and Harris Counties.

image 1 notary
Image by FastLeen, cropped, licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0.

Notary Fees

Most notarial acts carry a fee of $10, but in less common or more complex situations, fees vary. Below are the fees set forth by Texas Government Code 4.A.406.024.


Taking the acknowledgment or proof of a deed or other instrument in writing, for registration, including certificate and seal, first signature $10
Each additional signature $1


Administering an oath or affirmation with certificate and seal $10


Taking the deposition of a witness, each 100 words $1
Swearing a witness to a deposition, certificate, seal, and other business connected with taking the deposition $10


Protesting a bill or note for nonacceptance or nonpayment, register and seal $4
Each notice of protest $1
Protesting in all other cases $4
Certificate and seal to a protest $4


Certificate under seal not otherwise provided for $10
Copy of a record or paper in the notary public’s office, each page $1


Notarial act not provided for $10

Travel Fees

Travel fees are set by zip code and start as low as $10. Enter a zip code below to find your fee. I even take appointments in or near my home office during regular business hours.

Other Fees

Loan Signing Fee

For a limited time, all loan signing appointments carry a fee of $50 plus travel and appointment fees.

Appointment Fee

Each appointment has a base fee of $10. This is nonrefundable in the case of appointment cancellation.

Extended Appointment Fee

For appointments that extend past 30 minutes, there is a charge of $15 for each additional half hour. In other words, a 1–30-minute appointment does not carry this fee, but the extended fee for appointments 31–60 minutes is $15. The fee is $30 for 61–90 minutes, and so on.

Additional Resources

If you have questions, you’re always free to ask, but you can also see my Resources page. This expanding page will hold links, blank forms, FAQs, and other helpful tidbits to assist you.

Contact Me

Get in touch to schedule an appointment or just to ask questions. Include what kind of document(s) you need notarized and your timeline.