We are available 24/7, 7 days a week.

We do not have a physical store location that you can come to. 

Our service is strictly mobile and by appointment only.

What Is A Mobile Notary?

A mobile notary is a notary public that travels to various locations to perform notarial acts.

The fees charged by mobile notaries tend to be higher than traditional notaries due to travel related expenses and nuances including but not limited to gas, parking, time etc. 

Why Choose Brooklyn Mobile Notary Public?

Convenience:

We’ll meet you at a location that is most convenient for you at any time of day or night. We will meet you at your home, your place of business, hospitals, nursing homes, attorney's offices, courthouses, or any neutral location of your choosing (i.e. coffee shop or restaurant). We go to jails and detention centers as well. 

Ease of use:

Schedule our mobile notary services simply by filling out and submitting our online booking or contact form. You can also give us a call.

Accessibility:

We come to you, wherever you are, 24/7 x 365. Our catchment area includes Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens.

 

Few more things...

 

Insured and background screened agents:

Our notaries are background screened and covered by Errors and Omissions insurance policy for your protection and peace of mind. 

Customer service:

  • Emails answered within an hour.
  • Phone calls answered immediately.
  • Constant communication.
  • We explain the process – no guesswork.

Same day Apostille Service. We handle everything. 

We can process documents with the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C.

We accept all major credit and debit cards, cashier’s check, and Paypal. 

At Brooklyn Mobile Notary Public we require that the document NOT be signed prior to our arrival, or that it be resigned if already signed. Since the signer is always required to appear personally before the notary, we cannot provide notarization via fax. We also must decline to pre/post date document notarizations. Please understand the distinction between the document date and the notarization date. The document date is the effective date of the document and is of no concern to the notary. The notarization date is the actual date the signer appears before the notary and must be accurately reflected on the document.