commonwealth mobile notary

We CAN notarize your document
Examples of documents we notarize include:

Real Estate Transactions for Conventional, VA, FHA, Private and Portfolio Financing, to include

  • Purchase
  • Refinance
  • Seller Documents
  • All Mortgage loan applications to include Reverse Mortgages

Legal Documents

  • Last Will & Testament
  • All Powers of Attorney including General Durable Power of Attorney
  • Financial Power of Attorney
  • Advance Medical Directive

General Documents

  • Paternity
  • Adoption
  • Separation Agreements
  • Divorce
  • Financial Documents
  • School Forms
  • Contract Amendments
  • Homeowner’s Association By-Laws
  • Affidavits
  • Quit-Claim Deed
  • Automobile Title Transfers
  • And more…

I9 Verifications (Do not require a notarization)

Virginia Notary Public Handbook – Version revised December 15, 2017 states that Virginia notaries MAY NOT notarize the following documents:

  • Any Vital Record (birth, death, marriage or divorce certificate)
  • Court Records
  • Documents issued by the State Corporation Commission
  • Certify the contents of or notarize a photograph

What’s required before we notarize a document:

Virginia Notary Public Handbook – Version revised December 15, 2017 states that signers be identified either by personal knowledge or by one or more of the following nine (unexpired) documents:

  • United States Passport
  • U.S. Passport Card
  • Certificate of United States Citizenship
  • Certificate of Naturalization
  • Foreign Passport
  • Alien Registration Card with Photograph
  • State-issued Driver’s License
  • State-issued Identification Card
  • United States Military Identification Card
  • Personally known, which means the Notary Public has an established relationship with the individual (regular interaction over a period of time giving the notary a deep-seated belief that the person is who they say they are).

Wendy Hevener Briskman, Mobile Notary at your door

Virginia Notary Public Handbook – Version revised December 15, 2017 states that a Virginia Notary can complete Five (5) Basic Notarial Acts:

  • Acknowledgements including Jurats
  • Administering Oaths & Affirmations
  • Certifying Affidavits & Depositions
  • Certifying “True Copies” of original documents
  • Verification of Facts


Personal appearance is required for all Notarial Acts. A Virginia Notary Public can REFUSE to notarize a document.

Mobile Notary Services are available to individuals and businesses located in the Richmond, Virginia Tri-cities area. With a scheduled appointment you are assured that your documents will be accurately notarized at the time and place of your convenience; whether it be at a law office, assisted living community, hospital or medical office, your own residence or other convenient location.