Loan and real estate signings
24/7 Mobile Notary services.
Preforming a marriage ceremony
My name is Samantha Penman and I am the owner of Penmannotaryllc. I am goal oriented and a very determined and ambition person with a passion for helping people. I am also a single mother of 2 amazing teenagers. I worked in Management before deciding to change careers and take a big leap of faith with something I have wanted to do for the last 6 years and finally become a notary public, so that I could spend more time with my children all while still being able to help people. I have a heart of gold and give my all in everything that I do. If there is anything notary services you need please reach out to me.
A notary is a publicly commissioned official who serves as an impartial witness to the signing of legal documents. The main reason a notary is used is to deter fraud.
Document signings where the services of a notary are generally necessary are real estate deeds, affidavits, wills, trusts, power of attorney, bill of sale, or other official transactional documents.
I am available 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Yes! I will come to you. We can meet at your home, coffee shop or anywhere you feel comfortable.
(travel fees may apply)
The prices for notary are as follows.
Acknowledgements $15 for first signature of each signer and then $7.50 for each additional Signature
Oaths or Affirmations $7.50 per individual, without signature
Jurats $15 per signature
Certified Copies $7.50 Per Certificate
6am-7pm $10 per hour (2 hr min)
7pm-6am $25 per hour ( 2 hour min)
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$75 per wedding
$150 per signing
Notaries were used as far back as 2750 B.C.E. in Egypt and Sumeria. Called scribes by the Egyptians, these writers and witnesses documented much of the history of the ancient world. The Roman Empire used notarii and scribae to witness and document everything from speeches to weather and to create official documents. The first recognized notary was Tiro, a Roman servant who developed a shorthand for recording speeches. Women were not allowed to be notaries until the 1900s but now outnumber male notaries, according to the NNA.