Are you signing a power of attorney or working on a medical proxy in Maryland? You need a notarial certificate from a notary public. Notaries verify and notarize any legal documents you need within Maryland.

Your documents will not count as official acts without a notarial certificate. They also might not be accepted in a Maryland court. But finding a Maryland notary and scheduling an appointment can be a hassle. You might not be able to find an available notary at the time you need, or you’ll have to drive in traffic to get to your appointment.

There’s an easier way!

With Superior Notary Services, you can find a professional and reliable mobile Maryland notary that comes anywhere you want them to at any time. Get convenience and reliability in one service, and let us find the perfect Maryland notary for you.

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We all have to deal with important documents at some point. Sometimes, these contracts or other types of paperwork need to carry a notarial certificate or notary seal before becoming legal documents. That’s where a notarial officer comes in!

A Maryland notary completes the notarization process for legal documents and agreements. A notary provides notarial certificates or a notary’s seal when they have legally witnessed your signature, authenticated your identity, and ensured that you are signing documents of your own free will.

Otherwise, without these official acts of notarization, a document is just a piece of paper.

Notaries public can work with any document. A notary completes the notarization process for real estate agreements, business contracts, loans and mortgages, and other documents. They ensure satisfactory evidence of the document’s authenticity and your willingness to sign it.

In Maryland, notaries are licensed by the Maryland Secretary of State, and they carry a notary seal. Such a license is otherwise known as a notary’s commission, which grants them the right to practice in a given state. 

The notary public commission has an ID number. You can use this number to identify the person as a notary in Maryland. They also carry a public seal that allows them to issue notarial certificates.

Every commission expires after a few years, so a notary public has to file a renewal application as they get closer to their commission expiration date.

Maryland notaries are well versed in the laws that govern the State of Maryland. In general, a notary works with you to notarize all types of notarial acts, such as:

  • Jurats: This is a sworn statement that requires an affirmation or oath to complete. A jurat must be performed before a public notary and with valid proof of identity, such as a driver’s license, from all parties. 
  • Acknowledgments: It is recommended that you sign an acknowledgment in front of a notary, but you can also sign it beforehand. For the document to become official in the State of Maryland, you have to go to a notary and acknowledge that the signature on the document is yours.

In addition to the notary’s seal, you also have to get a Notary Certificate Form or Loose Certificate in the state of Maryland. This separate sheet acknowledges the document’s validity.

These forms are regularly used in the mortgage industry, especially when there are multiple signers in different locations or at different times.

While a notary can complete a notarial act in Maryland, they cannot give you legal advice that you can use in a federal, state, or circuit court. Also, if the notary has personal knowledge of your situation, it might introduce bias, so you might have to find another notary.

To verify that your notary is valid and that their commission is not close to its expiration date, you will have to spend valuable time and energy. With Superior Notary Services, a notary public from Maryland will come to you. They are vetted and verified, so the process is 100% hassle-free and convenient.

All you have to do is submit a form with your details, and a trained Maryland notary will contact you to start the process of notarizing a document. 

Notary Agent’s Duties

Maryland Notary Public Duties

Notaries in Maryland have three responsibilities:

  • Authenticate the originality of the document
  • Confirm the identity of the person signing the document
  • Ensure the signature is given freely and without coercion
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When you sign any document, you willingly enter into a legally binding agreement. These agreements could have a significant impact on your life, especially if they are a power of attorney document, medical directives, wills, or deeds.

Because of their importance, all these documents need to be verified by a notary who releases a certificate of notarization.

A notary public from Superior Notary Services will witness a document being signed and complete this process for you, all while following Maryland law. They will travel to wherever you need them to be. Your notary will then ensure that you are signing the document out of your own free will before they complete the notarial act.

If you are under oath in a court and need to verify the authenticity of an agreement, only a document that has gone through the notarization process is valid. If a notary was not present when you signed that document, the court might not accept it as a notarial act or a valid document.

Examples of documents that you should notarize include a Grant Deed, Rental Agreement, Quitclaim Deed, Surety Bond, Plea Form, Sworn Statement, and any other document related to court proceedings and business transactions.

If you’re in a rush or you don’t have time to wait until a notary in your county is free, then mobile notary services from Superior Notary Services are here for you. We will have a notary at your desired address right away so you can have your document notarized as quickly as possible.

Mobile Notary Services for Maryland with Superior Notary Service

All essential legal documents that you sign need to be notarized with a notarial stamp or certificate. Instead of waiting to get an appointment with a notarial officer, you should opt for the convenience of mobile notary services with Superior Notary Services.

With more than 50,000 notaries across the country, you can have a notary at your front door or place of business in no time. You can also submit your documents online with remote online notarization.

Whether you’re buying a new car or a new house, a notary must complete the necessary paperwork. Whenever there are multiple parties signing a binding document, mobile notaries can make the process easier and more efficient. 

You can schedule a mobile notary to meet all involved parties at one location or ask them to visit different addresses to get all the necessary signatures. The notary will then bring the completed document with the notarial certificate and stamp back to you.

Superior Notary Services is flexible, and we tailor our services to your needs.

Are you wondering if your paperwork should be notarized? Documents that require notarization include:

  • Affidavits
  • Mortgage Closing Documents
  • Wills
  • Designations of Beneficiaries
  • Medical Directives
  • Affidavits of Independent Professional Advice
  • Real Estate Documents
  • Structured Settlements
  • Supporting Documents for Disability Claims

  • Affidavits


  • Mortgage closing documents

    Mortgage closing documents

  • Wills


  • Designations of beneficiary

    Designations of beneficiary

  • Medical directives

    Medical directives

  • Affidavits of independent professional advice

    Affidavits of independent professional advice

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    Real estate documents

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    Structured settlements

  • Supporting

    Supporting documents for disability claims

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A Maryland Mobile Notary that Comes to You, Anytime, Anywhere!

If you want to get a notarial certificate in person, request a trained and experienced notarial officer to come to you, wherever you are, at any point in time, day or night. For our busy clients, our notaries will work outside of business hours and complete notarizations according to Maryland law.

Our mobile notaries will be there if you need emergency services, especially during a healthcare crisis. You won’t have to spend valuable time chasing after a notary. Instead, you can sit beside your loved one’s bedside while the notary completes their duties.

They will follow all requirements and complete the identification process in any Maryland county. Our notaries take the stress out of getting a necessary healthcare proxy or living will signed.

And for your peace of mind, everyone in our extensive network of mobile notaries has passed a training course and background check.

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How It Works

We provide ease and accessibility. Our flexible services allow you to make an appointment with one of our experienced notaries. They will then arrive at your home or business at your scheduled time, or they’ll be available online.

All our notaries have a notary public commission in Maryland, and if their commission is close to expiring, they will file for renewal immediately.

All you have to do is follow our four-step process:

  • Receive the Signing Order
  • Documents Are Sent to a Signing Agent
  • Make Updates, Modifications, & Confirmations
  • Completion of Documents & Prompt Invoicing


In-Office Notary Fees

We follow Maryland laws and guidelines for our fees. According to these regulations, the notary fee for jurats, acknowledgments, and verbal oaths or affirmations for Maryland is $4. This payment covers the notarial officer services and the certificate with the appropriate date.

Mobile Notary Fees

For mobile notaries, we also consider travel expenses and after-office hours but have a maximum fee limit. So for up to 3 notarizations in Maryland, our maximum notary commission is $75.


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Looking to get a notarial certificate in Maryland? We have you covered. At Superior Notary Services, we can have an experienced notarial officer at your doorstep at any time. Our extensive nationwide notary affiliate network allows us to meet your notary needs within and outside business hours and in any state or county. Available on-demand, our notaries are ready to come to a location you set to complete the notarization process and give you the notarial certificate you need. Getting started with our services is easy. Simply click on the button below and get your free quote today.

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