Frequently Ask Questions
- Do I have to make an appointment? Yes, you have to ways to schedule an appt. You can either schedule online by clicking here or by calling our office (609) 305 – 6600 during business hours.
- What documents should I bring for notary services? Government Issued Photo ID, Passport, and document to be notarized. Depending of the document possibly your own witness(es). Note: Witnesses have to be 18 yrs or older to qualify as a witness. Notarization Guidelines can be found below.
- Do you offer Loan Signing Services? Yes, call us to schedule an appointment.
- Do your Gift Cards expires? No, but keep in mind that is meant to be used within 3 months. If you are interested in buying a gift card, you may do so by clicking at this link
- What is you cut-off time to cancel and reschedule an appointment ? You have 2 hours before the appointment to cancel and reschedule, otherwise you could be charged for late cancellations.
***Notary Public Services Guidelines***
Note: Notary is not a lawyer and can not provide legal advice or accept fees for legal advice on immigration or any other legal matter. The Notary Public serves as an impartial witness to the signing of documents, attests to the signature on the document, and may also administer oaths and affirmations.
We provide in office & mobile notarization. Scheduling an appointment is very important to receive service from our notaries.
The following guidelines will be followed in the provision of Notary Service:
- Notaries are scheduled during our business hours of operation. Notary service is not available thirty (30) minutes prior to the time of closing.
- It is recommended that customers seeking notary service call our office to schedule an appointment to ensure that a notary is available at that time.
- Government issued photo identification is required of any customer seeking notary service.
- Notary service is limited to five (5) documents per person, per visit.
- We do not provide witnesses. In order to serve as a witness, the witness must personally know the person whose document is being notarized and must be in possession of valid photo identification.
- Documents in any language other than English will not be notarized at any of our facilities.
- New Jersey law requires that a notary and the customer seeking notarization be able to communicate directly with each other.
- Notary service is not available for mortgages or depositions.
- Certain public documents cannot be copied and notarized. Examples of these are birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates, passports and divorce documents.
- In accordance with New Jersey Notarial Law, notaries will not provide service if the customer, document or circumstances of the request for notary service raise any issue of authenticity, ambiguity, doubt or uncertainty.. In this event, the notary may, at his/her sole discretion, decline to provide notary service.