Do you need a notary in the Indianapolis area but don’t have the means to travel? No worries, I can come to you with my mobile notary services whether you’re in Carmel, Fishers, Zionsville, Westfield, Indianapolis or surrounding areas in Indiana.
I specialize in sensitive documents such as Power of Attorney (POA), Last Will & Testament, Medical Directives, Living Will and Living Trust.
A mobile notary is a notary public who travels to their clients to provide notarization services. The notary can meet the client at a location of their choosing, such as their home, office, or other convenient location. Mobile notaries operate much like traditional notaries, verifying the identity of signers and witnessing the signing of documents.
I service all of Hamilton County IN, Boone County IN and Madison County IN along with most of Marion County IN.
Using a mobile notary offers several advantages over traditional notary services. Mobile notaries are more convenient since they can meet clients at a location of their choosing, including after-hours and on weekends. This makes it easier for busy individuals and those with mobility issues to get their documents notarized. Additionally, mobile notaries are often faster and more efficient than traditional notaries since they can travel to their clients and provide services on the spot.
The cost of mobile notary services can vary depending on several factors, including the location, the type of document, and the level of urgency required.
You can see all pricing information by visiting the pricing page.
The time it takes for a mobile notary to complete the notarization process can vary depending on the number of documents, the complexity of the documents, and the number of signers. In general, the process can take anywhere from a few minutes to an hour or more, depending on the circumstances. However, mobile notaries are often able to provide faster service than traditional notaries, since they can travel to their clients and provide services on the spot.
A mobile notary can notarize most types of documents, including real estate documents, legal documents, financial documents, and personal documents like powers of attorney, affidavits, and wills.
You should bring a valid government-issued photo ID, such as a driver's license, passport, or state ID, to your appointment with a mobile notary. The notary will verify your identity and witness you signing the document. The notary will also affix their official seal and signature to the document to authenticate it.
For senior citizens, the most frequent types of documents needing to be notarized are:
- Power of attorney documents
- Advance healthcare directives