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Signature Witness

Signature Witness

To Notarize your signature, you must:

  • Bring a valid photo ID.
  • Sign The Document In Front of our Notary.
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Notarized Copy

Notarized Copy

To Notarize a copy of original document, you must:

  1. Bring The Original Document.
  2. Make A Copy of the document.
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Administering Oath

Administering Oath

Our Notary Public Can Administer Oath:

  • Bring a valid Government issued Photo ID.
  • Bring The Document that needs Notary.
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Notary Public For Tewksbury MA

Looking for convenient Notary Public location near Tewksbury MA?

We are a one-stop shop for notarizing important legal documents. Once your documents are notarized, copy and send them where they need to go and save time and money. Convenient location near Tewksbury Public Library. We offer flexible hours and dependable service. Some of our services are: administering oaths and attesting to signatures, both important and effective ways to minimize fraud in legal documents. We have two main duties that remain consistent from state to state. Perhaps the most important duty is attesting to signatures on documents. This duty is important because it aids in minimizing fraud; signature attestation must be done in a face-to-face setting.

We do not notarize Employment Verification form I9. We cannot complete the form on behalf of your employer, this action will be in violation of the U.S Immigration Law.

The process of notarizing a signature is simple. The person who wants his or her signature notarized must present sufficient evidence to prove his or her identity and sign the necessary document in the presence of the Notary Public. He or she completes the process by stamping or sealing, dating, and signing the document.

A Massachusetts notary public is a public officer constituted by law to serve the public in non-contentious matters usually concerned with estates, deeds, powers-of-attorney, and foreign and international business.

Please take note of the followings:

  • You do not sign the documents until you are in the presence of our Notary Public.
  • Call ahead to schedule service.
  • Bring non-expired and Valid Photo Id.
  • We do not notarize Employment Verification form I-9, we can witness your signature but we cannot complete the form on behalf of your employer, this action will be in violation of the Law.
  • Notary and filing fees are usually around $14.50
  • Mobile Notary Signing Agent Available.

Our Services

Signature Witnessed
Administer Oath
Copy Certification
Mobile Notary Signing Agent
MA State Seal


In the search for the last minute Notary near my house in Dracut, I found your location and it saved my life! I was running late and needed a document faxed to me, notarized and returned overnight for my mortgage company. Your staff was very helpful and collecting my documents and shipping them back via FedEx overnight. I felt that I achieved a lot in short time and I am happy to give you 5 stars for the excellent service and convenience.

Monica Kamal, Dracut MA

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need An Appointment?

Appointments are not necessary but preferred. Our Notary Pubic is often available within store hours but there are occasions where the service may not be available because the Notary public is on the road. It is always a good idea to call ahead.

Can I Make Copies There?

Yes, we offer copy services in both black & White and Color. We also offer digital printing of your documents. You can bring the documents on a Thumbnail drive or simply email the file to us.

How Much Do You Charge For Notary?

The short answer is t depends on the document and the time it takes to prepare. Our standard Notary fee including our filing fees is around $14.50 payable in Cash, Debit or Credit Card.

Can You Offer Legal Advice

We can not offer any legal advice. We do recommend that you read the documents you are signing, solicit legal advice before you come to our office.

Can notaries sign for family members?

A notary public who has a direct or indirect financial (or other beneficial) interest in a document may not notarize such a document. The better practice is not to notarize for a spouse or family member in order to preserve the integrity of the notarization and to prevent a challenge to the notarization.

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