Notary Public


What is a Notary Public?

“A Notary Public is a government officer and public servant who serves as an impartial witness in taking acknowledgments, administering oaths and affirmations, and performs other acts authorized by state law.” 

                                                                                  [National Notary Association] 

About Me

  • Commissioned Notary Public in the State of Maryland
  • Licensed Title Insurance Producer Independent Contractor (TIPIC)/Notary Signing Agent (NSA) in the State of Maryland

Service Area

  • Prince George's County
  • Charles County


  • Commissioned in the State of Maryland
  • Member of the National Notary Association

Coverage Area/Fee Schedule

  • Coverage Area  

                     Prince George's County

                     Charles County

  • Fee Schedule  

                     Notarization, mileage and administrative fees are charged 

                     as regulated by the State of Maryland


Notary Services Provided

  • Adult Day Care 
  • Assisted Living  
  • Churches  
  • Clubs  
  • Hospitals  
  • Hotels 
  • Independent Living Facilities  
  • Individuals  
  • Law Offices  
  • Nursing Homes  
  • Organizations 

Document Experience

  • Acknowledgments  
  • Affidavits  
  • Insurance Claims  
  • Legal Documents  
  • Living Wills  
  • Medical Documents  
  • Mortgage Documents 
  •  Power of Attorney

What The Public Can Expect When Having Documents Notarized

  • Document Signers requesting notarizations must appear before the Notary Public
  • The signer must present acceptable primary identification, e.g., driver's license, state identification card or passport. The Notary Public assesses competency and willingness of the signer.  
  • The Notary Public will record the details of the notarization, e.g. date and time of notarization, type of notarial act performed, description of the document, method of identifying the signer and obtain the signer's signature in the Notary's fair register or journal.  
  • Depending upon the type of notarization performed, the Notary may witness the signer's signature, ask the document signer to acknowledge that he/she signed the document willingly or administer an oath or affirmation to the signer. 
  • The Notary completes the notary certification by dating, signing, writing the notary commission expiration date, and placing the notary seal on the document. 


Unauthorized Practice of Law

I am not an Attorney. I cannot provide legal explanations or answers regarding the contents of any document.  By law, I cannot explain or interpret the contents of any document for the document signer, instruct the signer on how to complete a document or direct a signer on the advisability of signing a particular document. 

Privacy Policy

Your privacy is very important.  I will take all appropriate steps to protect your private information.