Signed in Ink Notary is a mobile notary service  in Maryland serving  Anne Arundel, Charles, Howard, Montgomery, and Prince George’s Counties.

Our mobile notary will come to you when you need a document notarized such as acknowledgements, verification of oaths or affirmations, Wills, contracts, power of attorney, certified true copies, parental consent forms, and more! 

Your Notary Services

Notary Services in Maryland


  • Commissioned in the State of Maryland
  • Prince George’s Community College certificate in notary procedures
  • Member of the National Notary Association
  • Title Insurance Producer Independent Contractor (TIPIC)
  • Completed Form I-9 training with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)

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  • Acknowledgments
  • Affidavits
  • Certified “True” Copies
  • Oaths and Affirmations
  • School Authorizations
  • And More!


  • Buyer and Seller Packages
  • Escrow
  • Lenders
  • Real Estate
  • Refinances
  • Signing Services

Other services

  • I-9 Verifications
  • Photo Inspections

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Service Areas


Anne Arundel County, MD

Charles County, MD

Howard County, MD

Montgomery County, MD


Prince George's County, MD


Notary Fees

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The notary public laws require notaries to take special precautions before notarizing documents:

  • The document or form requiring notarization must be completely filled out. *We do not draw up documents or help you w/ filling out the document.*
  • All signer(s) must be present at the time of the appointment.
  • All signer(s) must provide an original photo I.D., non-expired.
  • The signer(s) must be of sound mind, alert, and mentally competent.
  • The signer must want to sign the document being notarized.

Reasons Why Your Document Was Not Notarized

  • The signer is not physically present at the time of appointment.
  • The document is incomplete or blank.
  • The signer has been adjudicated mentally incapacitated and has not been restored to capacity as a matter of record.
  • The signer cannot produce acceptable identification.
  • The signer appears to be drunk, sedated, or disoriented.
  • The notary knows or suspects that the transaction is illegal, false, or deceptive.
  • The signer does not speak English and there is no one available to translate the document into a language the signer understands.
  • The notary believes that the signer is being coerced or does not understand the consequences of signing the document.
  • The signer or witnesses do not agree to signing the document.