Notary Public Services
There is a Notary Public available during all business hours. Pennsylvania Notary Publics (Notaries) are commissioned by the Secretary of the Commonwealth and help to curb document fraud and/or identity theft. Notaries are bonded for their professional services and adhere to strict guidelines concerning an individual’s identification and documentation verification. There were fundamental changes in Pennsylvania Notarial duties 10/26/17 – the Revised Uniform Law on Notarial Acts (RULONA). For more information on Pennsylvania Notary Public and RULONA please visit Pennsylvania’s Department of State website
What you’ll need to bring to the office to get documents notarized:
- Valid Government issued ID (cannot be expired) for all the people that will either sign or witness the document.
- Be sure not to make any random marks, changes, or signatures on the documents before bringing it into our office.
You may bring your own witnesses however if witnesses are needed, we are happy to provide. A Notary cannot act as a Witness on the same document requiring the Notary Seal (unless stated on the document) so please call ahead if multiple witnesses are needed so that we can let you know if we have available staff before coming in. We also have availability of a Traveling Notary who will come to you and is available by appointment.
Vital Records Document Requests
We offer services to request copies of Certified PA Birth or Death Certificates from the PA department of Health Division of Vital Records.
Please note: We are not attorneys at law and do not provide any legal advice. If you need help or have questions with your documents, it would be best to review with your attorney.