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  • Why Choose a Mobile Notary?
    We offer convenience by coming to your preferred location, whether it's your home, office, or another designated spot. This service is especially beneficial for busy individuals or those with mobility constraints.
  • How Long Does the Notarization Process Take?
    The duration of the notarization process depends on factors such as document complexity and the number of signers. Generally, a standard notarization appointment takes roughly 15 to 30 minutes, while a more intricate transaction, like a loan signing, may extend to an hour. Here at Faithful Signings, we prioritize efficiency, ensuring that we respect our client's valuable time. However, we strike a careful balance, never compromising accuracy by rushing through the process. Your satisfaction and the precision of our services remain our top priorities.
  • Are You Available on Weekends and Holidays?
    We understand that the weekends and holidays may be the only time you have to step away from your busy life which is why we make sure we are available for you 24/7!
  • How Far in Advance Should I Schedule an Appointment?
    It's recommended to schedule your Mobile Notary appointment as soon as you know you'll need the service. While same-day appointments may be available, early scheduling helps ensure availability. We ask for a 1-hour notice. If you need services earlier than one hour's notice, we can surely accommodate you! Please note additional fees may apply. For any further inquiries or to schedule your Mobile Notary appointment, please reach out to us at 623-900-8384
  • Can I Reschedule an Appointment?
    Yes, appointments can typically be rescheduled with advance notice. Please provide at least a 1-hour notice to avoid any inconvenience.
  • Is there a Travel Fee?
    Yes, a travel fee is added in addition to our standard notary fees. The travel fee may vary based on the distance and location.
  • Can a Mobile Notary Refuse Service?
    Mobile Notaries have the right to refuse service if they suspect fraudulent activity or if the signers do not meet the necessary requirements. A valid reason will be provided for any refusal.
  • Are Mobile Notaries Attorneys?
    No, we are not attorneys and cannot provide legal advice. We are specifically trained to witness document signings and verify identities.
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