We have suspended In-person notarization due to the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic. We are performing all notarization via Remote Online Audio-Visual Conference in accordance with TGC 406.101, Sub. Ch. C
Best Notary of San Antonio
Best Notary of San Antonio is the best 24/7 Remote Online Notary in San Antonio. We’re always nearby and always available. We provide fast, courteous, and affordable notary services throughout San Antonio, the USA, and the world! We’re happy to meet your notary needs via convenient Online Video right from the comfort of your home, office or anywhere in between.
Our Notaries are expert at working with clients in Hospitals, assisted living situations and in-home care settings. It’s an ideal solution for clients in facilities that are not allowing visitors. It’s safer and more convenient! We provide friendly and compassionate notarial services and we understand the challenges of notarizing people in assisted living facilities. Please, call ahead for a pre-appointment consultation to insure a successful meeting.
It’s also perfect for San Antonio residents that would prefer to avoid in-person contact due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. Remote Online Notarization has been legal in Texas since 2018. It’s an easy and convenient way to get notarized from the safety of your home. We can assist anyone with a Desktop/Laptop or mobile device with a working camera and microphone. It’s easy!
We always appreciate appointments, but we’re happy to meet your notary needs at a moments notice. We’re always open and always available.
Best Notary of San Antonio offers Remote Online Notary services 24/7/365. We do not have offices and we do not offer any in-person or walk-in service whatsoever.
A VALID ID ISSUED BY THE FEDERAL GOV’T, one of it’s agencies, OR ONE OF THE 50 STATES IS REQUIRED. NO EXCEPTIONS.
A separate fee of $6 per notarial stamp is also required. Additional fees may be required. Call for accurate quote.
The recipient will receive a text message with a link to our mobile web app. They may receive additional messages. No more than 1 per quarter. Privacy protected.
- You must show valid picture ID. Texas Law requires a Notary Public to properly identify a person before notarizing their signature. There are no exceptions!
- You must sign the document in the presence of the Notary Public. DO NOT SIGN THE DOCUMENT UNTIL YOU’RE IN FRONT OF A NOTARY.