Texas' #1 Notary Service Provider
Notary Public Near Allen Texas 75013
Unlimited Ink Notary is Texas' #1 Notary Signing Agency. We know when you are looking for a Notary Public in Texas it can be a little complicated to find a Notary Public near you who is available when you need them the most. And that is either because the best Notaries are always booked in advance and are already out helping their customers- or because they are part-time and not available when you need them.
However, we know when you need a Notary Public you most likely needed them yesterday and can't go through 100's of Notary Listings to schedule an appointment. That's why when you place an order with Unlimited Ink Notary Online your request goes out via text message to every available Notary within 25 miles of your requested meeting location.
We only required a minimum of 2 hours' Notice during scheduling and we can generally have a Notary to your desired meeting location within that 2 hour window.
Notaries Are Not Attorneys and Therefore Can Not Practice Law or Give Legal Advice.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Get a Document Notarized in Texas?
In order to have a document Notarized in Texas you must appear before a Notary Public being of sound mind and have an acceptable form of identification. A Notary Public's sole purpose is to inspect your identification and ensure that you are who you say you are, and that you are willing to sign the document. Please note, when preparing for a Notarization in Texas it is best not to sign the document before you are in the presence of the Notary as it could invalidate the document.
You must have the document you wish to have Notarized in hand. Notaries are not allowed to create or suggest documents they Notarize in Hawaii. If you are uncertain of what type of document you need to have Notarized then you may research further with any attorney you choose or visit LAWDEPOT.COM for the most commonly Notarized documents.
What Are Acceptable Forms of ID in Texas for Notarization?
When having a document Notarized in Texasyou must have a current government issued photo ID with signature; State Issued Driver's License, ID Card, or a Passport. You may also use a Military ID for Notarization purposes but please note it is unlawful to make copies of a Military ID (Title18, US Code Part 1, Chapter 33, Secion 701) if the receiving party of your documents also need a copy of your ID with the Notarized document. If you are not able to produce one of these acceptable forms of ID- do not worry! In the State of Texas you may also use a Credible Witnesses, over the age of 18, who possesses one of these forms of ID, and who is willing to take an oath that you are who you say you are in the presence of the Notary.
What Types of Documents Can I Have Notarized in Texas?
In Texas, you can literallly create any document you wish to have Notarized yourself or choose one from a resource you trust. The most commonly requested documents are Affidavits, Advanced Health Care Directives, Bank Forms, Car Titles, Deeds, Divorce Decrees or Settlements, End of Life Care Packages, Financial Power of Attorneys, Minor Consent Forms, Medical Power of Attorneys, Passport Applications, Power of Attorneys, Inmate Property Release Forms, Real Estate Documents, School Forms, Unclaimed Property Forms, and more!
Please note: Texas Notaries are not permitted to notarize (copy certify) vital records such as birth and death certificates. Nor copy certify any public records, court documents, school transcripts.
When Can I Schedule My Appointment with a Texas Notary Public?
You may have a document Notarized anytime you wish in Texas as long as there is a Notary Public available for your appointment time. When booking with Unlimited Ink Notary, we highly recommend that you book with at least 2 hours' notice on Weekdays and at least 5 hours' notice on weekends. Although, we will always try to provide you the fastest service. Ideally, Notaries located in Texas work between the hours of 7 am and 10 pm.
Where Should I Schedule My Appointment to Meet with a Texas Notary Public?
Most Texas banking and financial institutions no longer provide Notary Services to their customers for liablity reasons, unless the document is actually for their institution . Select UPS Stores have Notaries on-site but can often be off duty when you need them. And, currently, FEDEX does not offer Notaries in-house.
Most Texas Notaries today are Mobile Notary Publics who travel to the client. Which is what we specialize in at Unlimited Ink Notary. Our Texas Notaries will travel to your home, place of work / business, hospitals, jails, care facilities, public meeting spots, restraunts, and coffee shops. We have even met signers just passing through (like Truck Drivers at Interestate exits and travelers at airport layovers).