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 McClure Notary Services 

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McClure Notary Services is a full-service notary public offering both traditional and online services.

We are committed to providing our clients with the highest level of customer service and professionalism. Our goal is to make the notary process as easy and as stress-free as possible.

We understand that each client has a unique set of needs and requirements, and we are dedicated to meeting those needs. Whether you need a basic document notarized or need help with an important loan signing, we are here to help. Contact us today to get started!


Notary Public Services 

"A Trusted Notary Partner for Professional Results"

Mobile Notary Services

At McClure Notary Solutions, we offer reliable and professional mobile notary signing services throughout Ohio. Our fees for mobile notary signing services typically range from $50 - $100, depending on the complexity of the document, the amount of time it takes to complete the process, and any additional services that are requested. We strive to provide the highest quality service with a focus on customer satisfaction.

Signing Agent Notary Services 

HELOC Loan Closings: 

 Fees typically range from

$125 - $175

Refinance Loan Closings:  Fees typically range from $225 - $275

 Seller Side Closings:

 Fees typically range from

$150 - $200

Loan Modification:

Fees typically range from

$150 - $200

Reverse Mortgage Closings:  Fees typically range from $200 - $250

Remote Online Notary Services


*Additional fees may be applicable for travel, additional notarizations, or other services that may be required

Notary Public FAQs

1. What is a notary public? A notary public is a person appointed by a state government to witness the signing of important documents, administer oaths, and verify the authenticity of signatures and identities. ​

2. What kind of documents can a notary public notarize? A notary public can notarize various types of documents, such as wills, deeds, powers of attorney, affidavits, and contracts, among others.

3. How do I find a notary public? You can find a notary public by searching online or by contacting your local government office, post office, or bank.

4. How much does it cost to have a document notarized? The cost of notarization varies depending on your location and the document you need notarized. In general, fees range from $2 to $15 per signature.

5. What identification do I need to bring to a notary public? You need to bring a valid government-issued identification card with your photo, such as a driver's license, passport, or state ID.

6. Can a notary public give legal advice? No, a notary public is not authorized to provide legal advice. They are only authorized to witness the signing of documents and verify identities.

7. Can a notary public refuse to notarize a document? Yes, a notary public can refuse to notarize a document if they have reason to believe that the document is fraudulent, incomplete, or if the person requesting notarization cannot provide sufficient identification.

8. How long is a notary public commission valid? The length of a notary public commission varies by state, but typically ranges from 4 to 10 years. 

9. Can a notary public notarize their own signature? No, a notary public cannot notarize their own signature or any document in which they have a personal interest.

10. Is a notary public recognized in other states? Yes, a notary public is recognized in other states, but they must be commissioned in the state where the document is being signed.

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