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Live Course - 2 Sessions (morning & afternoon)

SATURDAY, November 19, 2016, 8:30am to 12:00 pm and 1:00pm - 4:30 pm, Workshop Fee: $50

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(877) 955-2237 or (210) 343-5007

Phyllis E. Traylor, US Army Retired

Email: phyllis@mysamobilenotary.com
Fax: (866)496-3915
Texas Notary Public
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Certified Apostille Agent
Certified Signing Agent
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Texas Notary Public
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TEXAS NOTARY PUBLIC WORKSHOP

NOTARY & LEGAL SUPPORT SERVICES

Real Estate Loan Closings
Power of Attorney
Durable Power of Attorney
Medical Power of Attorney

Wills & Living Trusts
Advance Directive
Do Not Resuscitate (DNR)
Declaration for Mental Health Treatment
Certified Copies
Certified Translation Services (USCIS)
Depositions
Subpoenas & more
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Form I9 - Authorized Representative (this is offered as a "non Notary Public" service).

Authorized Representative Contract.

FORM I9 - NON NOTARY SERVICES

Apostille, Authentication and Certification  Services are offered for all 50 states.

APOSTILLES, AUTHENTICATIOS

DISCLAIMER

"I AM NOT AN ATTORNEY LICENSED TO PRACTICE LAW IN TEXAS AND MAY NOT GIVE LEGAL ADVICE OR ACCEPT FEES FOR LEGAL ADVICE."

Who is eligible to become a notary public?

  • To be commissioned as a notary public in Texas, you must be a Texas resident at least 18 years of age who has not received a final conviction for a crime involving moral turpitude or a felony.

How do I become a notary public?

  1. Proof of a $10,000 surety bond; and
  2. Filing fee of $21.

How do I renew my notary public commission?

  1. Proof of a $10,000 surety bond; and
  2. Filing fee of $21.

Do I need to keep a record book? What information should be included?

  • Yes. A Texas notary public is required to maintain a record book. This record book must be maintained whether or not any fees are charged for your notary public service. The following information must be included in the record book:
  1. the date of each instrument notarized;
  2. the date of the notarization;
  3. the name of the signer, grantor, or maker;
  4. the signer’s, grantor’s, or maker’s residence or alleged residence;
  5. whether the signer, grantor, or maker is personally known by the notary public, was identified by an identification card issued by a United States federal or state governmental agency or a passport issued by the United States, or was introduced to the notary public and, if introduced, the name and residence or alleged residence of the individual introducing the signer, grantor, or maker;
  6. if the instrument is proved by a witness, the residence of the witness, whether the witness is personally known by the notary public or was introduced to the notary public and, if introduced, the name and residence of the individual introducing the witness;
  7. the name and residence of the grantee;
  8. if land is conveyed or charged by the instrument, the name of the original grantee and the county where the land is located; and
  9. a brief description of the instrument
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TEXAS CERTIFIED PROCESS SERVER

PAYMENTS

 Also accept Personal Checks and Cash

SCTRCA CERTIFICATIONS

AABE - African American Business Enterprise
ESBE - Emerging Small Business Enterprise
MBE - Minority Business Enterprise
SBE - Small Business Enterprise
VBE - Veteran-Owned Business Enterprise
WBE - Woman-Owned Business Enterprise
Other Certifications:
HUB - Texas Historically Underutilized Business

Houston/Lake Jackson Area

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Mailing Address: 17460 IH 35 N, Suite #430,
PMB 421, Schertz, TX 78154

As a Certified Apostille Agent I provide Apostille and Authentication processing services for all 50 states. DISCLAIMER: As a Certified Apostille Agent, I am not a government employee nor do I have the authority and/or power to issue an Apostille and/or Authentication/Certification.

Phyllis E. Traylor, US Army Retired,
(210) 343-5007
Email: phyllis@mysamobilenotary.com
Veteran Owned Business
Texas Notary Public

 

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