Notary Services

Power of attorney

Help your loved ones plan for life-changing events. It is extremely important to organize and plan for healthcare decision-making, as well as financial affairs! The state of Pennsylvania requires that there are two witnesses physically present at the time of signing. The two witnesses must be 18 years or older, and also Non-relatives of the signer. Don't delay on creating your Power of Attorney documents!

Power of Attorney
Wills and Trust documents

Wills & trust

PROTECT YOUR ASSETS by properly planning your estate. Ensure that all of your legal affairs are in order, and your beneficiaries are able to avoid any unnecessary legal issues by preparing in advance! The state of Pennsylvania requires that there are two witnesses physically present at the time of signing. The two witnesses must be 18 years or older, and also Non-relatives of the signer.

Permits, licenses, and inspections

Have a legally binding contract? Protect yourself and your business when dealing with any important contracts or agreements! Schedule your notary today!

Services & Fees

Fees Include: Travel Fee+ PA Notarization Fee

Travel fees

Travel fees start at $50.00, and are calculated based on distance, travel time, and location.

Requirement for service

The travel fee must be paid as a deposit to secure an appointment.

Recieving payment

Payment is Expected at Time of Service & May Be Made in Cash, credit card, or money transfer app,(Zelle/Cash App/Venmo)

PA Notary fees


Frequently Asked Questions

A Notary Public is an official officer of integrity appointed by state government typically by the secretary of state, to serve the public as an impartial witness in performing a variety of fraud-deterrent acts related to the signing of important documents. These official acts are called notarizations, or notarial acts. 

Almost every industry and or the public, will at some time or another need the services of a notary public. Important documents may include; vehicle titles, real estate documents, adoption forms, etc. Any document that may require a notary to act as an impartial witness, administer an oath and/or witness a signature, etc.

The following items and steps are required from the customer, to conduct a smooth and efficient notarization;

  1. The customer, as well as all of the signers involved in the documentation, MUST be physically present before me the notary, with an acceptable form of identification. 
  2. Bring acceptable identification! It is imperative to have proper I.D. so the notary public is able to verify your identity as the signer of the document. Acceptable forms of identification must contain these four elements;
    •   Photograph of the signer
    •   Signature of the signer
    •   The issuing authority or state that the signer resides in
    •   A physical description of the signer

    Acceptable forms of I.D.

    1. A current, Non-expired state-issued driver’s license(No paper copies, Original Only)
    2. A current, Non-expired state-issued identification card(Original Only)
    3. U.S. Passport issued by the U.S. Department of State
    4. U.S. Military I.D. – (I.E., Homeland Security I.D)
    5. State, county, and local government I.D.
    6. State-related University I.D.
    7. Credible Witness (If the signer is unable to provide required identification)
    8. Temporary I.D. Cards
  3. The name on the I.D. must match the name on the documentation. The notarization will not be performed if the document does not match the acceptable form of I.D. unless an alternative form of identification is provided. 
  4. Have an understanding of the proper notary wording in the document, and know what type of notarization is needed. It is illegal for a notary public to give advice about the type of notarization needed unless they are a licensed attorney. If unsure about the document and notarization needed, contact the document drafter or agency where the document will be received.  
  5. The document should be complete to the best of your ability before the appointment(DO NOT SIGN THE DOCUMENT). Make sure there aren’t any blank spaces on the document. It is illegal for the notary to fill in any blank spaces on the document.

Trent Mobile Notary does not have a physical location or office building. I am a mobile notary and I will travel to your desired location, i.e.( Home, office, business, cafe, etc.)

Pennsylvania notaries are authorized to notarize a wide range of documents. Some of the most common are; educational documents, power of attorney, wills, trust, real estate documents, and more. For a more detailed list of documents visit the Pennsylvania Department of State here, Powers of a Notary.


  1. Cash
  2. All major credit cards
  3. Paypal
  4. Zelle
  5. Cash App
  • Travel fees must be paid as a deposit to secure the appointment.


I am not an attorney licensed to practice law in this commonwealth. I am not allowed to draft legal records, give advice on legal matters, including immigration, or charge a fee for those activities. 

About Trent Mobile Notary

We Bring Our Business To You! Trent Mobile Notary Provides Mobile Notary Services In Pittsburgh, PA. We Travel To Our Customers For All Of Your Notary Needs! Call Us Today! (412)-447-8613

Mobile Address

Pittsburgh, Pa 15206


Monday: 8AM – 8PM

Tue, Thur , Fri: 6pm-10pm

Wednesday: CLOSED

Weekends: 7am-8pm


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