Jim Allen Notary Boise Idaho

A Notary Provides Important Services to our Community.

A traveling notary (also known as a mobile notary) is a public official who who is willing to travel to the client’s location and witnesses signatures on important documents. By having a traveling notary available, residents in the Treasure Valley will have easy access to these important services. This can be especially convenient for clients who are unable to come to the notary’s office, or for those who need a notary on short notice.


When most people think of notaries, they think of the person who helps them sign documents for their mortgage or car loan. However, you can hire professional notaries who can provide mobile or traveling notary services to your office, home, or medical facilities to residents in the Treasure Valley.

There are a few things that you should keep in mind if you are thinking about using the services of a traveling notary. First, be sure to check the notary’s credentials and make sure that they are legitimate. There are some unscrupulous individuals who may try to take advantage of unsuspecting clients by posing as traveling notaries.

Finally, be sure to schedule an appointment with the traveling notary in advance. This will ensure that the notary will be able to accommodate your schedule and will

Some of the types of documents you might need notarized include:

  • Wills and Power of Attorney documents
  • Trust documents
  • Court Affidavits
  • Vital Records Request forms for Birth or Death Certificates
  • Idaho Apostille Documents
  • Copy Certifications
  • Real Estate Documents
  • and many other types of legal documents
Idaho Mobile Notary
James Allen provides experienced traveling notary services for the Treasure Valley.

3 tips to prepare for a meeting with a traveling notary.

Make sure you have all of the necessary documents.

The notary will need to see the original documents that need to be signed. This includes documents like power of attorney, wills, and deeds. Make sure you have all of the necessary documents ready to go before your meeting with the notary.

If you have any questions about what documents you need, or what you should bring to your meeting, contact the notary in advance. They can help you make sure that you have everything you need for a successful meeting. You can read more about 3 Ways to get the most from Notary Services.

Bring your Government Issued Identification.

You will need to show the notary your driver’s license or another form of government-issued identification. In addition, be sure to bring along any other documentation that may be required in order for the notary to properly notarize your documents. This may include documents like a power of attorney. This is necessary in order for the notary to verify your identity and ensure that you are who you say you are.

It is important to have your ID ready to show the notary, as they will not be able to witness your signature if they cannot verify your identity. If you have any questions about what documents you need to bring to your meeting, or what kind of identification is acceptable, contact the traveling notary in advance. They can help you make sure that you have everything you need for a successful meeting.

Make an appointment.

Many traveling notaries will come to your home or office, but you will need to make an appointment in advance.

If you need to meet with a traveling notary, make sure to schedule an appointment in advance. Many notaries will come to your home or office, but you will need to contact them in advance to make sure they are available. By scheduling an appointment, you can ensure that you have enough time to go over all of the documents you need to be signed.

It is also a good idea to have a general idea of what you need to be notarized before making an appointment. This will allow the notary to be better prepared and will help to make the process go more smoothly.

Following these simple tips, you can make sure that your meeting with a traveling notary goes smoothly. As you can see, with a little bit of preparation, you can take advantage of this important service.

Schedule your appointment with us today! We offer Traveling Notary Services to the Treasure Valley including the surrounding areas of:

  • Boise, ID
  • Nampa, ID
  • Meridian, ID
  • Caldwell, ID
  • Kuna, ID
  • Eagle, ID
  • Ada County, ID
  • Boise County, ID
  • Canyon County, ID
  • Elmore County, ID
  • Gem County, ID
  • Payette County, ID
  • Washington County, ID
  • Owyhee County, ID
  • Emmett, ID
  • Horseshoe Bend, ID
  • Idaho City, ID
  • Marsing, ID
  • Homedale, ID
  • Fruitland, ID
  • Mountain Home, ID
  • Melba, ID

Schedule your Notary appointment with us today!

3 Top Frequently Asked Notary Questions.

Can you print my documents?

Most full-time mobile notaries have mobile printing capabilities.  Here at Idaho Mobile Notary we can mobile print Legal and Letter size documents on a quality dual-tray laser printer. When time is of the essence having a notary that can print on demand can be a time saver!

Can you electronically scan my documents into a digital PDF file?

Yes. This can be very beneficial to the parties involved especially in Real Estate transactions where your Escrow Officer might want to review the documents before they are sent overnight to insure all documents are in order and without mistakes or documents missing. We use a high-quality 32pm scanner to insure quality scans every time.

Who can notarize a document?

The Secretary of State is in charge of the approval process to become a Notary. They provide applications for appointments and reappointments and administer the commissioning process. Attorneys, administration staff, bank employees, mobile/traveling notary companies, and independent ship/mail store employees will often hold a notary commission to support their business functions.

How do I notarize a document online?

There are a few steps involved in notarizing a document online. First, you’ll need to find a notary public who is registered with an online notary service. Once you’ve found a notary, you’ll need to provide them with a copy of the document that needs to be notarized. The notary will then set up the online meeting to have you electronically sign the document and then the notary will electronically sign and notarize the document according to your state laws.

How much do local notaries cost?

Local notaries can cost anywhere from $0 to $100+, depending on the service provided. Banks often offer free Notary services but can be limited by schedule, it’s best to call ahead to schedule your appointment.. Mobile or Traveling Notaries will charge an additional fee for travel expenses when they need to come to you. Notary services can include notarizing affidavits and real estate documents, administering oaths, and witnessing signatures on legal documents.

Do you provide Notary Services in the Ada County Jail?

Yes I do. Idaho Notary Signing Agent provides Notary services for incarcerated individuals at the Ada County Jail in Boise Idaho. The Ada County Jail allows approved Notaries to enter the facility and meet with the individuals to have documents signed and notarized. Please bring the complete document needing signed by the inmate in the Ada County Jail at the time of our appointment.

Do you provide Remote Online Notary services?

Yes, we are able to provide these services. The signer(s) must have an excellent internet connection, computer with camera and mic, and proper Identification. It is perfect for the individual who is not able to have a mobile notary visit or overseas and needs a document notarized

Do you notarize documents for patients who are currently in the hospital?

Yes, I can notarize documents (wills, power of attorney to name a few) for patients that are in any of the Treasure Valley hospitals including St. Lukes, St. Al’s and West Valley Medical Center.

Have more questions?

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