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What is a Public Notary?

A notary public is a public officer appointed by the Secretary of the State, whose function is to administer oaths; to take acknowledgments of deeds & other instruments; to attest to or certify photocopies of certain documents, & to perform other duties specified by law.

A notary public serves as an impartial witness to facilitate the workings of commerce to certain sensitive signed documents. When a document is notarized, the public can be sure that signer is not an imposter and by contracting parties can be assured that the document they have signed and no other will have the complete effect.

What is an Apostille?

An Apostille is required for all types of documents that are to be used outside the United States. An Apostille certifies to the authenticity of the signature of the official who signed the documents. Apostilles are available in countries, which signed The Hague Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization of Foreign Public Documents, known as The Hague Convention. This convention, created in 1961, replaces the time-consuming chain certification process used so far, where you had to go to four different authorities to get a document certified.

How can I get an Apostille?

Atlanta Mobile Notary makes the Apostille process for international documents easy and convenient. We do it fast and we do it right. You simply set up an appointment to have one of our notaries come out and meet with you to notarize your documents and collect them for processing.

Can I meet at your location?

We do not have a physical location for you to come to.  Our service is strictly mobile.

How much do you charge for your services?

Our fees vary based on what service(s) you are in need of along with your location. Please fill out an online request or call 404-400-3861 for a free estimate!

How much advance notice is required?

In order to better serve you we prefer all request to be scheduled 24 hrs. in advance.  However, we are very accommodating to “same-day” and “last minute” needs and appointments.

Why are documents notarized?

 To put it simply a Notary Public’s main purpose is to deter fraud.  As an impartial witness, the Notary ensures that the signers of documents are who they say they are and not impostors. The Notary also makes sure that signers have entered into agreements knowingly and willingly.

What are your Policies?

Any Errors or Omissions caused by our Notaries will be corrected at no cost to you.

Advanced payment required for same-day appointments.
No Cancellations/Refunds for same-day appointments.

All cancellations should be communicated via e-mail or phone no later than 3 hours prior to

the scheduled appointment.

Advance payment is required for same-day appointments

No Cancellations/Refunds for same-day appointments.

Payment Options

Atlanta Mobile Notary accepts Cash, Debit or Credit Card.