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Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania  Mobile & Remote Notary Public



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A Pennsylvania Notary is not permitted to charge more than the published rates on the PA Department of State website for a notarial stamp. If you encounter a PA Notary Public charging more than the below rates, please contact the Pennsylvania Association of Notaries (PAN) at 1-800-944-8790 

Many Notaries do however assess administrative fees to cover their travel or their overhead such as rent, copies, and record keeping. These fees are appropriate as long as they are indicated as separate from the State fee, and they may vary from notary to notary. 

We are not an attorney licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth. We are not allowed to draft legal records, give advice on legal matters, including immigration, or charge a fee for those activities.

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Services & Fees

Please try to make appointments 24 hours in advance

PA State Notary Fees
Additional to any applicable Administration & Travel Charges

Acknowledgements           $5 for first signature

                                             $2 for each additional signature

Affidavits                             $5 for all signatures

Signature Witnessing        $5 for each signature

Certificates                         $5 per certified copy

(Copy Certifications)

Oaths                                   $5 per individual taking oath

Depositions                         $3 per page

Verifications                         $5

Protests                                $3 per page

Administrative & Travel Charges
Additional to any applicable State Notary Fees

                                                                 Mon-Fri Rate                          Sat-Sun & Holiday Rate

Administrative                                            $20                                               $25  

Holiday Surcharge                                     $10                                               $10

Mobile Notary Travel: 9AM - 5PM*          $75                                               $100

Mobile Notary Travel: 5PM - 8PM*          $100                                             $125

Mobile Notary Travel: 8PM - 9AM*         $125                                              $150

Urgent Last Minute Travel Fee                $20                                                $30

*Greater than 15 miles from ZIP 18067, add $25 for first 15 miles and $10 for every additional 15 miles

Remote Online Notary (RON) Charges
Additional to any applicable State Notary Fees

                                                                 Mon-Fri Rate                               Sat-Sun & Holiday Rate

Knowledge-Based Identification              $5                                                   $5

(KBA) (per individual, per attempt)   


Remote Online Notarizations                   $30                                                 $30

(Session Fee)                                                 

RON: 9AM - 5PM                                       $0                                                   $20

After Hours RON: 5PM - 8PM                  $20                                                  $25

After Hours RON: 8PM - 9AM                  $25                                                  $30


Accepted Payments: Cash, Card, PayPal, CashApp


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What is a Notary Public?
A Notary is a person of proven integrity appointed by the government to serve the public as an impartial witness in to the identity of a person who is signing a document by administering an oath and/or affirmations, and performing other acts authorized by law.

Why are documents notarized?
To deter identity theft and fraud. A Notary ensures that the signers of documents are who they say they are and not imposters. The Notary makes sure that signers have entered into agreements knowingly and willingly.

Can I come to your location?
Yes. We do not have an office but there are plenty of places to meet to complete your notary needs. 

How soon can you have a notary here?
As long as we have availability, we can be there as quickly as traffic will allow. For best results, appointments should be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance. We will make every attempt to honor any scheduling requests we can, but we cannot guarantee any appointment with less than 24 hours notice.

What is a mobile notary?
A mobile Notary Public is a notary willing to travel to the location of the client in order to fulfill his or her duties. A mobile Notary Public makes the process of notarizing documents a great deal easier for individuals or corporations to procure. Hiring a mobile Notary is essential for companies looking for services such as loan signings or notarized documents outside of regular business hours or locations.

Can a notary public practice law?
It is important to remember that a notary public is not licensed to practice law, prepare documents or provide any legal counsel. Their role is primarily that of an impartial witness to the signing of various documents and legal forms. While some attorneys are also notaries public, we are not a licensed attorney. As such, we cannot give legal advice of any kind.

Can a notary perform a marriage?
In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, notary publics cannot perform marriages. For a full explanation of what a Pennsylvania notary public can do, consult the PA Department of Labor Notary Information page.

Why are there two rate schedules?
In the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the cost of notarial acts is regulated by the PA Department of State. Separate from the notarial act, a notary public may charge an administrative or convenience fee, and in the case of mobile notaries, a travel fee, where applicable. These administrative, convenience, and travel charges are not regulated by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and as such, may vary from notary to notary.

Can you issue a license plate and registration?
Unfortunately, no. 
We can, however affix the notarial seal to a vehicle title, transferring ownership. You would still need to then take the title to a Full Agent to pay the taxes & get plates & registration.

What is the difference between an eNotary and a Virtual Notary?
An eNotary has the ability to digitally sign and notarize documents, but all parties to the notarial act must still be physically present in the same room as the notary, and ID verification must take place in person, not on the computer.

A virtual notary or “Remote Online Notary” (RON) has the ability to digitally sign and notarize documents and any or all parties to the notarial act may be elsewhere; their presence before the notary facilitated by state-sanctioned video and audio software. ID verification takes place digitally, and the parties may be anywhere in the world, as long as they are each calling in on a separate device (two people cannot appear before the RON on the same tablet, even if they are in the same room as each other). 


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