Frequently Asked Questions
SUMMARY OF OUR SERVICES
This website has been designed so that you can access information for whatever type of notarization you need including but not limited to general notarization, remote notarization, apostilles, deed packages and many more type documents. Just click on SERVICES OVERVIEW and you will have a menu of choices. Of course, if you do not see what you are looking for or if you have questions or require a quote, just text or call 215-870-3103.
General Notarization encompasses lots of documents such as Affidavits, Deeds, Contracts, Oaths and many more. Our team of experienced notaries will make sure your document is signed correctly. We are located at 100 South Broad Street, 14th Floor. This is at Broad and Samson Streets. The Post Office is in the lobby. You will need valid photo ID. The document must be signed in front of the Notary. Click on Frequently Asked Questions for some additional information. Do not hesitate to text or call 215-870-3103.
Need your documents notarized from the privacy of your home or office. Whether it is one page or 100 pages we will get the job done for you. Please click on WHAT IS REMOTE NOTARIZATION or the BASICS OF NOTARIZATION and learn more about it. Of course, if you have questions or require a quote, just text or call 215-870-3103.
If you are traveling abroad, going to work in a foreign county, adopting a child from a foreign country, you may need your documents legalized or apostilled. Center City Notary & Apostille Co. can handle this for you and make sure it is done properly. Judith is an expert and has spoken across the country on this topic. Be sure to check on WHAT IS AN APOSTILLE and THE BASICS OF APOSTILLES for more information. This can be a little complicated so if you have questions, please do not hesitate to text or call 215-870-3103 and let us assist you.
REAL ESTATE DOCUMENTS
Need a Deed package for your closing? Whether you do it in person or remotely, Center City Notary will handle this for you. We will make sure your documents are signed correctly. Once we have everything done we will scan the documents for you so you can circulate them to all relevant parties. For a quite or an appointment please use our online booking system or text or call 215-870-3103. Click on REAL ESTATE DOCUMENTS or DEED PACKAGES for more information.
ESTATE PLANNING DOCUMENTS
Need Wills, Powers of Attorney or Deeds notarized, Center City Notary can help. Click on WHAT IS ESTATE PLANNING and THE BASICS OF ESTATE PLANNING DOCUMENTS for more Information. Of course, if you have questions or require a appointment, just text or call 215-870-3103 Or use our online booking system.
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Please know that we have done whatever we can to make our office as safe as possible:
- Everyone must wear a mask;
- We have plexiglass;
- We do not share pens;
- We schedule to observe socal distancing; and
- Sanitizer is available upon entering and leaving.
We trust that if you are not feeling well or if you have been exposed to Covid-19 in any way you can make an appointment to use our REMOTE NOTARIZATION.
We are located in the Land Title Building at 100 South Broad Street in Suite 1415 (14th floor). TD Bank is directly across the street. The post office is in the lobby.
We are now starting online booking. HOWEVER. WE DO ACCEPT WALK-INS FOR 1 or 2 DOCUMENTS DURING THE WEEK FROM 8:30 AM UNTIL 5:00 PM. IF YOU HAVE SEVERAL DOCUMENTS, PLEASE LET US KNOW SO WE MAKE SURE TO ALLOCATE ENOUGH TIME TO WORK WITH YOU.
You need to sign the documents in front of our notary.
You need to present original, valid ID. Driver license, state ID, Passport or government ID are accepted. Scanned copies cannot be accepted.
We accept cash, credit cards or checks.
- How many documents do you have?
- What documents you are requesting?
- What country do they come from?
- What country will they be used in?
- How many documents you are requesting?
- How many Signer(s) will you have?
- Is the Signer(s) a US Citizen?
- How many documents you need?
- Do you require us to provide witnesses?