While some notaries work entirely in an office, a notary can also come to you if they offer mobile services. These notaries may charge a higher fee than those with brick-and-mortar businesses because they have to charge for driving time and may offer emergency pricing for customers who need signatures urgently.
You can find a notary in your area by searching for them online, where you can compare several pros’ ratings and reviews. Read customer reviews to get an impression of their reputation, and decide if you need a mobile notary (someone who comes to you).
Make sure that whoever you choose to work with can display the proper credentials in your state, and finish your search by contacting several notaries and requesting price quotes.
If you plan on hiring a notary, expect to pay between $15 and $70 per hour for their services. But to account for their travel time, mobile notaries might charge more than those in an office.
To find out how much mobile notary services cost near you, ask to receive free estimates from multiple professionals.
Also read, “How much does a notary public cost?”