Maryland Mobile Notary

Maryland Mobile Notary

We specialize in providing residential, commercial, and confidential and loan signing services, including, general Notary Public services Notary Services comprises of professional staff, offering services conveniently, confidentially and prompt.

We guarantee that the convenience and promptness of our staff does not jeopardize the quality and privacy of our clients. One thing we distinguish ourself from others is our flexibility and affordability. We understand that not everyone works within the conventional work hours. The option of flexible scheduling allows for evening, holidays and weekend appointments. If you have a phone or a computer, then you have a notary! We are committed to provide excellent service and quality work to our customers! We work with local and national escrow and title companies, mortgage brokers, loan officers, attorneys, businesses and individuals. For a professional, reliable mobile notary callus today for your next notary signing appointment. We look forward to meeting your needs! Experience

- Certified Notary Public in the State of Maryland
- Notary Public Since 2013
- Background checked by at national level of all agents of
- Bonded and insured with Errors & Omissions Insurance for $ 25,000

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On Veterans Day, we honor the men and women who have served in our U.S. armed forces for protecting our liberty and democracy through their sacrifice. We owe them and their families a debt of gratitude for their devotion to our country.

Thanking our veterans for their service is important, but it’s also our responsibility to support the organizations that are making a difference in their lives. Maryland Mobile Notary®
is a veteran owned business and a proud supporter of veterans by giving discounts in our services to veterans. Please let us know if you are a veteran when making an appointment . Thank you for your service

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Testimonials like this is what keeps us hitting the road. Thank you for recognizing the essential part we play in daily lives:


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Remote Online Notarization (RON)

RON (Remote Online Notarization) is the new normal. We continue to meet your needs via this medium:Call 301-892-3240


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Maryland Mobile Notary® offers a network of certified signing agents that can deliver a Remote Online Notarization (RONs) in those states that allow RONs. We leverage multiple technology platforms to help deliver the best experience for the signer and our clients. A Remote Online Notarization, is where, a signer personally appears before the Notary at the time of the notarization using audio-visual technology over the internet instead of being physically present in the same room. Remote notarization is also called webcam notarization or online notarization. Learn more at:


There is currently no vaccine to prevent coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus.

Everyone stay safe*****

You can avoid crowds by requesting a mobile notary service from us.



Thanksgiving is more than turkey and the feast. It is a time to find reasons to smile and bond with our loved ones. It’s a time for thanking those who have helped make our lives better. We are so thankful we are able to do business with such wonderful clients like you. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your families.


Thanksgiving is more than turkey and the feast. It is a time to find reasons to smile and bond with our loved ones. It’s a time for thanking those who have helped make our lives better. We are so thankful we are able to do business with such wonderful clients like you. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your families.


Fellow Veterans, Thank you, for the cost, you paid for our freedom, thank you for the freedom to live in safety and pursue happiness, for freedom of speech (thus our business ), and for all the freedoms that we daily take for granted.”

As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.

So, in this veterans day weekend/week, we offering not 10% but 20% for all notary service requests from veterans and military families . Also 10% for all other categories. When you book please quote VET20 and VET10 discount code respectively.

We are a veteran owned business and a proud supporter of the Military, Veterans and Military families.

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What is an Apostille?

Countries participating in the Hague Convention of 1961 require an apostilled copy of your formation documents to open a bank account or engage in other business transactions. Apostilled documents are recognized without the need for additional certification or legalization by the embassy or consulate of the foreign country.

How to Get Documents Apostilled or Authenticated

Because apostilles and authentication procedures take time (in some instances processing times can take several weeks) and require in-person visits to consulates and embassies, understanding the requirements of the country into which you’re expanding is essential.

It’s a tedious exercise in due diligence. For example, all documents must be original and complete; no copies are allowed.


Navigating the complexities of the apostilles and authentication process is essential to ensuring global success. As such, it’s important to plan for what can be a time-consuming and frustrating process. This may be unfamiliar territory for many companies. In which case, it may be beneficial to use a service provider. At Maryland Mobile Notary, we stand ready and up to the challenge. Leave these this process to us and we will deliver you results. Please visit more information. Visit the post for more.


To our esteemed clients, all we can say is Thank you! You made this happen. We were named Top Pro 2019 by Thumbtuck! We are humbled. As a thank you, for 1 week , we are giving away a 20% discount to new clients and a 10% discount to our past clients. Just mention Top Pro 2019 when ordering our services. Please don't forget to leave us a review via the link below.


Why should you have a Living Will and Medical Power of Attorney?

Planning for incapacity is easy to put off, but important to address. If you lose the ability to decide medical care issues on your own because of illness, accident or age, having the appropriate legal documents in place allows someone you trust to make those decisions on your behalf. If you don’t make medical care arrangements in advance, then estranged family members, doctors, or judges may have to make the decisions.

Medical Power of Attorney v. Living Will

First, you should have a Medical Power of Attorney appointing someone to make healthcare decisions for you if you are unable to do so. This person is your agent and legally must act according to your wishes. Most people name a spouse, partner, relative, or close friend. In Colorado, your agent must be at least 21. The agent should be someone you trust, and you should talk to them about your wishes so they can act consistently. Your power of attorney can be structured to transfer authority to your agent only if you become incapacitated and unable to make medical decisions for yourself.

Second, you should consider whether to have a Living Will. A Living Will is a directive to medical professionals regarding whether you wish to have life-sustaining treatment. Living Wills are different than Medical Powers of Attorney because they just address life-sustaining treatment and are a directive to medical professionals rather than to your agent.

Your Agent

Your agent is a very important person and should be selected carefully. Spend time thinking about who you can trust and depend on to ensure that your medical wishes are implemented. Your agent will have to assert your health care wishes even though others may oppose them. Who will best represent and assert your wishes?

At Maryland Mobile Notary we understand how important medical needs planning is and the importance of putting an estate plan in place. If you are looking for an experienced notary to notarize your already prepared will or Power of Attorney, please visit for free consultation on how to get your documents notarized.


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Let us remember all our heroes in uniform who made ultimate sacrifices to defend our country from the enemies on this special day. Wishing you a warm and Happy Memorial Day.



In the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the federal government ushered in a new era of national security to improve protections of our infrastructure, government and citizens. One of the major initiatives was the REAL ID Act, which set new and improved security standards for all U.S.-issued driver’s licenses and ID cards.

After 13 years of planning and implementation, 37 states and territories have been certified as “compliant” with all REAL ID requirements, with the remaining 19 expected to be compliant by October 2020, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

For Notaries, that means you’re going to encounter a lot of identity documents that have unfamiliar designs, symbols and security features. And while the REAL ID Act will have a tremendous impact on reducing fraud and imposture, your challenge in the short-term is ensuring your ability to recognize valid credentials and not refuse a notarization because you’re not familiar with them.

What’s Changed?

Since the REAL ID Act was passed by Congress in 2005, the focus has been on improving both the security of the physical IDs themselves, and the process by which they are issued. Specifically, government-issued IDs must now possess anti-counterfeiting technology; the issuance process must have checks and balances to prevent “insider fraud”; and the issuing agencies must use documentary evidence and record checks to ensure applicants for REAL IDs are who they claim to be.

By October 2020, anyone who wants to board a domestic commercial flight or enter certain federal government facilities must have a REAL ID-compliant ID (or a passport). And while they aren’t mandatory for other uses, like registering to vote or opening a bank account, those people and entities who rely on ID documents will have an increased level of trust in REAL IDs.

Familiar Features, New Processes

Under REAL ID, all identity credentials must be made of modern, tamper-proof materials and have designs that are difficult to replicate. According to the Act, the personal data on each license or ID card must include the holder’s:

Full legal nameDate of birthGenderDriver’s license or ID card numberAddress of principal residenceThe holder’s signaturePhotograph (digital)

The Act also specifies that cards contain machine-readable technology and security features that prevent counterfeiting, tampering and duplication. And, like U.S. currency, they must be stored in, and issued from, highly secure facilities by carefully screened employees.

In the application and issuance phase, the REAL ID Act requires strict control and careful verification of the identity of every applicant, whether they apply for a REAL ID-compliant or a standard (noncompliant) driver’s license. Every state DMV must obtain a minimum proof of identity before a driver’s license or ID card can be issued. Two key requirements are:

Proof of lawful status (U.S. citizen, or foreigner who is in the U.S. legally)Social Security Number

The DMV will verify the authenticity of these documents before issuing an ID to the applicant.

One key difference between standard and REAL ID cards occurs during the application process at the DMV. Everyone who applies for a REAL ID-compliant driver’s license or ID card must present additional documents (such as a birth certificate) in person at a DMV office. The additional documents provide an extra measure of security as defined in the REAL ID Act.

Differences In Design

Some of these differences are visible symbols and other markings on the ID. Most states are placing symbols on the REAL ID-compliant IDs they issue. The symbols currently include:

Standard state-issued IDs also have specific visual indicators that further ensure they are authentic. These indicators vary by state, but typically are accompanied by the text “Not for Federal Purposes” or a similar phrase. Enhanced driver’s licenses, which some states issue, are also considered REAL ID-compliant and are marked as “Enhanced”; some of them have an American flag as their REAL ID symbol.

What REAL ID Means For Notaries

To achieve full compliance with the REAL ID Act, a state must meet more than 30 different criteria set by Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Some of the criteria relate to the administration of REAL ID by the DMV, and control of facilities that store and issue licenses and ID cards. Other requirements are more relevant to Notaries. For example:

States must start issuing REAL ID-compliant credentials before DHS deems them or the IDs they issue fully compliant. This means that you may start seeing REAL ID-compliant credentials from states that are not currently in compliance. However, these are acceptable IDs so long as they line up with your state Notary requirements and guidelines. If the DHS later asks a state to change its ID’s, you may see anything from minor changes (such as a different symbol) to a totally new design.A state’s REAL ID cards may look a lot like — or completely different than — its previous IDs. This is because some states make only minor changes to their card design, if it already meets the criteria for REAL ID. Other states issue REAL ID-compliant credentials in a totally new and different design.Once a state achieves full compliance with REAL ID, they must apply for REAL ID certification every 3 years. During the recertification process, they may modify design of the IDs they issue.Where We Are And What’s Ahead

You may have noticed that some states adopted the REAL ID Act early on, while others are only doing so now. This has resulted in an uneven implementation of the standards nationwide. But by October 1, 2020:

All U.S. states and territories should be fully compliant with the REAL ID Act.Individuals will need to present a REAL ID-compliant ID (or, alternatively, a passport) to board a domestic commercial flight, enter a military base, certain federal buildings and a nuclear facility.


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A #SmallThanks from Maryland Mobile Notary® to you - February 2019

Another great month behind us. Thank You for continued support

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A #SmallThanks from Maryland Mobile Notary® to you - December 2018

Thank you and Happy New Year our esteemed clients

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Happy Veterans Day 2018.

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A #SmallThanks from Maryland Mobile Notary® to you - July 2018

Thank you for making us part of your daily lives.

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Bethesda, MD

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Monday 08:00 - 23:59
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