Mobile Notary FAQ’s

A lot of people have asked me to give a better explanation of what I do and the services that I provide.  I am a mobile notary public serving the Nashville area and have provided answers to the most common questions that I hear. If you have a question that is not answered here, just call me at 615-378-8958.

Are you a mobile notary, and what does that mean? Yes,I am a mobile notary. That means that I travel to you to act as your notary. I am based in Bellevue, TN (just west of Nashville), but I can travel to all surrounding areas. I regularly help customers in Franklin, Brentwood, Bellevue, Pegram, Kingston Springs, Fairview, and of course Nashville. I will travel outside of Davidson, Williamson, or Cheatham counties for an additional fee.

How much does it cost? The price of a notary service is not set by law in Tennessee. My base rate for notary services is $25.  The rate that I quote can vary depending on the number of signers, the number of documents, your location, what you need to have notarized, the time of day, how flexible on the timing you are, and even how friendly you seem (seriously).  If you are in Davidson, Williamson, or Cheatham counties, have a simple document that needs to be notarized, and are not calling me at 2:00 A.M.,it will likely be $25. For an exact quote just give me a call at 615-378-8958.

When are you available? I am available evenings and weekends, with minimum 4 hours notice.  I can also provide notary services on weekdays, given enough advance notice, but also dependent on length of time required to travel to your location and to notarize your documents.

Can you come to my hospital, prison, retirement home, business, home, or a Kroger parking lot or Starbucks? Yes.

I want to buy a car from an individual. He doesn’t have the title,or the title is in another person’s name. Should I buy the vehicle anyways? No, unless you have a thing for headaches and nightmares!

Have you been trained to handle loan closings? Yes. I work with lenders, title companies and signing agencies from around the country.

Do you work for law firms? Yes. I love working with law firms.

Can you notarize a copy of a birth certificate? Yes, but it won’t do you any good. Nobody will accept a copy, even if it is notarized. You need to work with the vital records department in the state where you were born to get an official copy.

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