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State of Texas Notary Public Services

Mobile Notary Services available. 


We are commissioned by the state government, notary public are to witness and authenticate signatures, administer oaths, verify signatures and take affidavits. Notaries public are utilized by state governing bodies to prevent fraud and theft within public matters.
Our service offering includes the following services:


Apostilles authenticate the seals and signatures of officials on public documents such as birth certificates, court orders, or any other document issued by a public authority so that they can be recognized in foreign countries that are members of the 1961 Hague Convention Treaty.


The U.S. Department of State only issues apostilles for federal documents to use in countries that are members of the 1961 Hague Convention.


A formal declaration before an authorized official, by someone who signs a document and confirms that the signature is authentic.


​Jurat is a certification added to an affidavit or document stating when, where, and before whom such affidavit was made.

Oath is a solemn declaration, accompanied by a swearing to God or a revered person or thing, that one's statement is true or that one will be bound to a promise. The person making the oath invites punishment if the statement is untrue or the promise is broken.


A voluntary declaration of facts, written down and sworn to or affirmed by the declarant ("affiant") before a Notary Public having the authority to administer an oath.


A Notary Public's written statement that, upon presentment for payment or acceptance, a negotiable instrument was neither paid nor accepted.


The act of affirming the truth of a document, not an oath. An affidavit may appear in two forms: a sworn affidavit with oath, or an affirmed affidavit with affirmation. Each has the same legal import.


​A formal declaration by which one swears to or affirms the truth of the statements in a document. Also, the statement of a Notary Public that the person appearing before th notary has been properly identified as being the person purported to be appearing.

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