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Friendly, Professional Notary Services at your location, on your schedule.

We can notarize the following documents:

  • Power Of Attorney
  • Promissory Note Agreements
  • Bill of Sale
  • Bank Forms
  • Oaths and Affirmations
  • Jurats
  • Acknowledgements
  • and more!

Please note, per Texas law we are unable to give legal advice on documents.  Please consult a qualified attorney for advice on document content.

Texas Notary Public Pricing, Charges, and Fees

Fees for Notary work are set by Texas Law and are as follows:

ServiceFee
Protesting a bill or note for non-acceptance or non-payment, register and seal$4
Each notice of protest$1
Protesting in all other cases$4
Certificate and seal to a protest$4
Taking the acknowledgment or proof of any deed or other instrument in writing, for registration, including certificate and seal:
(1) for the first signature$6
(2) for each additional signature$1
Administering an oath or affirmation with certificate and seal$6
All certificates under seal not otherwise provided for$6
Copies of all records and papers in the Notary Public's office, for each page50¢
Taking the depositions of witnesses, for each 100 words50¢
Swearing a witness to a deposition, certificate, seal, and other business connected with taking the deposition$6
All notarial acts not provided for$6

The following travel related charges apply:

Travel Related ServiceFee
Travel to your location, up to 25 miles one way$35
additional mileage, one way, per mile.$1
Night Owl Service Add-On
(between 10pm and 8am)
$25
Parking and Tollsat cost incurred

Payment Methods Accepted: (at time of service)

  • Cash
  • Visa / MasterCard / American Express, and Discover

Notarial Definitions

Acknowledgment: A formal declaration before an authorized official, such as a notary public, by someone who signs a document and confirms that the signature is authentic. Also, the certificate of the officer on such instrument indicating that the document has been so acknowledged.

Affidavit: A voluntary declaration of facts, written down and sworn to or affirmed by the declarant (“affiant”) before a Notary Public or other officer having the authority to administer an oath.

Affirmation: The act of affirming the truth of a document, not an oath. “I solemnly affirm and declare the foregoing to be a true statement…” Note that an affidavit may appear in two forms: a sworn affidavit with oath, or an affirmed affidavit with affirmation. Each has the same legal import.

Jurat: A certification added to an affidavit or document stating when, where and before whom such affidavit was made.

Oath: A solemn declaration, accompanied by a swearing to God or a revered person or thing, that one’s statement is true or that one will be bound to a promise. The person making the oath implicitly invites punishment if the statement is untrue or the promise is broken.

Protest: A Notary Public’s written statement that, upon presentment for payment or acceptance, a negotiable instrument was neither paid nor accepted.

Verification: A formal declaration by which one swears to or affirms the truth of the statements in a document. Also, the statement of a Notary Public that the person appearing before the notary has been properly identified as being the person purported to be appearing.

Contact

Feel free to call us at 281-557-6100 or email at brian<at>HoustonNotaryToday.com