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Welcome to Alamo Notary & Signing Agents, the most reputable and reliable place for notary public services in San Antonio, TX.
We specialize in notarizing all types of documents including legal documents, such as powers of attorney, divorce decrees, affidavits, prenuptial agreements, depositions, substitutions of trustee, and deeds. As well as real estate documents, like title loans, escrow documents, loan modifications, reverse mortgages, refinances & business documents such as vehicle loans and government documents.
(210) 725-7191
Experienced San Antonio Public Notary Serving the entire Bexar County, Texas - We Serve the following areas:

Alamo Heights Balcones Heights Boerne Brooks City Base
Bulverde Canyon Lake Castle Hills Cibolo Converse
Fair Oaks Ranch Fort Sam Houston Garden Ridge Helotes
Hollywood Park La Vernia Lackland AFB Leon Valley Live Oak  
Olmos Park Randolph AFB San Antonio San Marcos Schertz
Seguin Selma Shavano Park Smithsons Valley Terrell Hills
Universal City Wetmore

We provide mobile notary services in the San Antonio Area

We come to you to ensure that the needed documents are professionally and expeditiously signed, dated and notarized.
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What is a Notary?
San Antonio Public Notaries are Public Officers qualified, bonded & commissioned by the Secretary of the State in order to perform notarial acts with the same authority as the county clerk to take proofs & acknowledgments of written instruments; protest instruments permitted by law to be protested; administer oaths; take depositions; and certify copies of documents not recordable in the public records. In addition to being bonded, Alamo Notary & Signing Agents is also insured for your protection.
What is a Certified Signing Agent?
A Signing Agent is used for signing and notarization of Mortgage Loan documents including Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC) loans. A Signing Agent should be experienced with all Banks, Lending Institutions & Title Companies & should insure the Safeguarding Consumer Privacy as required by the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and FTC Safeguards Rule as well as with regard to representing the Lender and/or Title Companies.

What should I know before meeting with a Notary?
All documents must be signed in the presence of the Notary and/or Signing Agent. The date of the document and the notarization don't have to have the same dates. The Notarization date will be the actual date the person appears in front of the Notary and/or Signing Agent. It is the Law that each signor must present a valid & current government issued photo ID Card. Examples are, a State Identification Card, Driver's License or a current U.S. Passport, Alien Registration Card or Military ID Card.