Mobile Notary Services forSeniors, Veterans and Disable Persons

  • Don't have time to drive around searching for a Notary Public to notarize an important, time sensitive document?

 

  • Are health issues or lack of transportation making it difficult to travel to a Notary Public during typical business hours? 

 

  • ​Is your loved one in a health care facility with an advanced health care directive or power of attorney requiring notarization now?

 

        If your answer is "Yes" to any of the above questions.............

 

Call Seniors On The Go Today!!!

SERVICE AVAILABLE TO PEOPLE OF ALL AGES!!!

North Carolina requirements to notarize a document

You must physically be in the presence of the Notary Public.

You must provide a current federal or stated issued identification.

You may be required to swear/affirm the validity of the document. 

SERVICE AREAS

 Durham and Chapel Hill

 

Surrounding areas by request

HOURS OF OPERATIONS

Monday - Friday

8:00 am - 6:00pm

Extended Days/Hours

available for an additional fee

RATES

    Call for rates 

Valet/parking fees paid by client.

We understand the inconvenience of having to adjust your or your caregiver's schedule to accommodate the normal Notary Public business hours. You choose the time and location that is convenient for you. We work with a network of Notary Publics throughout the Triangle that will travel to any location: a personal residence, hospital, retirement community or assisted living center to notarize End of Life documents such as health care directives, POAs, motor vehicle transfer documents and deeds. 

 

Our network of Notary Publics take pride in offering clients premier service and handling even the most emotional notarization in a discreet and professional manner. With the convenience of our Mobile Notary service, you’ll understand why more and more clients choose Seniors On The Go for their notary needs. 

 

Our Network of Notary Publics are insured and have undergone background screening administered by the SBI and/or FBI.  

 

Our Notary Publics are not attorneys licensed to practice law in North Carolina 

and may not give legal advice or accept fees for legal advice.