Welcome to AndNotary
Online | In-Person | Mobile Notary Public | Virtual Assistant
Commonwealth of Virginia
AndNotary LLC offers professional and efficient service with integrity.
We get the job done while maintaining confidentiality.
Areas served to include Richmond, Henrico, Hanover, Chesterfield, Petersburg, and the Tri-Cities, including Colonial Heights, Ettrick, Fort Lee, Hopewell, Waverly, and the adjoining counties of Dinwiddie, Prince George, and Sussex.
AndNotary LLC offers professional and efficient service with integrity. Our goal is to get the job done while maintaining confidentiality. Service areas include Richmond, Henrico, Hanover, Chesterfield, Petersburg, and the Tri-Cities, including Colonial Heights, Ettrick, Fort Lee, Hopewell, Waverly, and the adjoining counties of Dinwiddie, Prince George, and Sussex.
Online | In-Person | Mobile Notary Public | Virtual Assistant – Whether you require assistance in the office, at home, or elsewhere, you can rely on our professional services by appointment morning, noon, or night including on weekends and holidays.
Before you schedule your appointment
- We suggest you don’t sign or date the document (some documents must be signed and dated in the presence of a Notary)
- Make sure you have all the pages of the document(s), not just the signature page.
- Make sure all document signers have an acceptable form of ID.
Online Notary Public Services
$25.00 per electronic notarial act performed and sealed. Fees vary for multi-document and multi-signers.
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Mobile Notary Public Services
Acknowledgment / Jurat
Oaths / Affirmations
Affidavits / Depositions
Certified “True” Copies
Verification of Fact
$5 per notarial act/signature
Travel fee $35 plus the standard notary fee. Pricing for Mobile Notary appointments is subject to change based on travel distance. Certain services may qualify for flat fee rates. Please call or email for current fees.
Notary Signing Agent (Real Estate Loan Signings)
$125 – Standard Refi w/Edocs
Refinance, conventional, FHA, VA, home equity, reverse mortgage loans, investment properties, line of credit, seller side signings, E-Signings, and other real estate documents.
Virginia law prohibits Notaries from accepting monies at closings unless the Notary holds an escrow license and is CRESPA certified. I am not CRESPA certified and do not hold an escrow license.
All services provided are by appointment only!
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Virtual Assistant Services
Handling Tasks You Never Seem to Complete So You Can Focus On Other Things! Whether you need administrative or customer service support, appointment scheduling, or other tasks, we help you when you need it at affordable pricing.
Schedule your free consultation here to tell me more about your business and your support needs.
*Interested in Online Notarization – Please check with your Secretary of State to confirm it is legal and active in your state before booking*
All services provided are by appointment only! Schedule your appointment here!
The Code of Virginia specifies five basic notarial acts:
- Taking acknowledgments
- Administering oaths and affirmations
- Certifying affidavits or depositions
- Certifying “true copies” of documents
- Verification of fact
List of acceptable documents required before we notarize a document.
- United States Passport
- United States Passport Card
- Certificate of United States Citizenship
- Certificate of Naturalization
- Foreign Passport
- United States Green Card with Photograph
- State Issued Driver’s License
- State Issued Identification Card
- United States Military Identification Card
- Exception – The signer is personally known, which means familiarity with an individual resulting from interactions with that individual over a period of time sufficient to eliminate every reasonable doubt that the individual has the identity claimed.
**Virginia notaries are NOT authorized to certify true copies of birth, death, or marriage certificates. Only the Division of Vital Records/Statistics may perform such a certification. Virginia notaries are not authorized to certify true copies of court issued documents. Virginia notaries are not authorized to perform marriage ceremonies.**
Note: A Virginia notary may refuse to notarize a document for any reason.
TERMS & CONDITIONS | REFUND POLICY:
You must submit all requests for a cancellation refund in writing 24 hours before the appointment. Cancellations less than 24 hours before the appointment time will not be refunded.