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]


Commission: Prince George's County

Membership: National Notary Association

Coverage Area

  • Prince George’s County
  • Charles County

Fee Schedule

Notary, travel, and administrative fees are charged as regulated by state. 

Notary Services Provided (not limited to)

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

Document Experience (not limited to)

  • Acknowledgments
  • Affidavits
  • Insurance claims
  • Legal documents
  • Living Wills
  • Medical documents
  • Mortgage documents
  • Power of Attorney
  • School permission statements 

What the Public Can Expect When Having Documents Notarized

The person(s) [document signer] requesting to have document(s) notarized must appear before the Notary Public. 

  • The  Signer presents acceptable primary identification, e.g., driver's license, state identification card, and passport. The Notary Public assesses competency and willingness of the document signer(s).
  • The Notary Public records the details of the notarization, e.g. date and time of notarization, type of notarial act being performed, and description of the document, as well as obtaining the document signer's signature, in the Notary's fair register/journal.
  • Depending upon the type of notarization performed, the document signer acknowledges      his/her willingness in signing the document or the Notary compels truthful from the document signer that the contents of the document are true. Please note that In the State of Maryland, it is permissible for the document signer to write or type his/her request/statement on paper and the Notary Public witnesses the document signer signing the request/statement.
  • Once the Notary Public certifies the basic facts of the notarization, he/she completes the notarial process by dating, signing, writing the notary commission expiration date, and placing a seal impression on the document. 


Privacy Policy

As a Notary Public and Notary Signing Agent, I take precautionary steps to protect my clients' private information. Every client/individual has the right to have his/her private information protected when given to another party. I am committed to upholding the mandates of the Graham-Leach Bliley Act. Any personal information that is recorded by me is protected and treated with the highest security possible.