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On The Go Mobile Notary

Certified Notary Public Service

“The office of Notary Public is ancient, honorable.”  On The Go Mobile Notary (OTGMN) is a leading not- for- profit notary service.  It also provides paralegal assistance for more than 20 years. as its founder started out as a paralegal for a prominent Texas Attorney in 1995.  When the attorney passed OTGMN was established.  OTGMN  has a primary goal to perform notarial acts that create assurance for its customers.  Assurances that have been valued by relying parties since OTGMN foundation in 1998. 

OTGMN is here for the community as public servants, and every notarial act matters. 24/7 a notary is available to meet you at the location of your choice within the DFW Metro Area. 

 

 

 

Phone

817.624.6767

 

Email

info

@otgmobilenotary.org

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 165194 

Ft. Worth TX, 76161

 

Hours

24/7

 

 

Physical Location (no walk-ins)

4131 N Central Expy

9th Floor

Dallas TX, 75204

 

otgmn Notary Services

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George T. Ruby, Galveston, Texas, 1866 

In 1866, Texas Governor Elisha Pease appointed George T. Ruby as first black notary in Galveston.  Ruby worked for the Texas Freedmen’s Bureau and was a correspondent for the New Orleans Tribune.  He later started his own newspaper, the Galveston Standard, using it as a forum to advocate for voting and civil rights for African Americans.  

He founded the local chapter of the Loyal Union League, which advised blacks about their political rights.  In 1868 he became president of the League, boosting his local political power in the Republican Party.  When Black males got the right to vote in 1867, they elected Ruby as the Galveston delegate to the state Constitutional Convention in Austin.  

Real Estate Forms

  • Courtesy Closing
  • T74

Business Documents

  • I-9 Verification
  • Mobile Fingerprint
  • Estate Planning

Family Documents

  • Private Adoptions
  • Wills
  • Divorce 
  • Power of Attorney
  • Physicians
  • Wedding Officiant Service
  • Affidavit of Heirship
  • Oaths in Court

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“The office of Notary Public is ancient, honorable.”  On The Go Mobile Notary has a primary goal to perform notarial acts that create assurance for its customers.  Assurances that have been valued by relying parties since 1998. 

—On The Go Mobile Notary

F.A.Q.

Common Questions

Can an otgmn testify in court to help with a dispute?

Yes. Notary records are considered evidence to help settle a transaction dispute.  The journal entry helps a notary remember the notary act in order to testify confidently under oath.  

is on the go mobile notary 24/7?

Yes.  OTGMN is willing to help customers anytime M-F; Sat & Sun. Notary’s can assists on holiday’s, as well as emergency situations.  However, a traveling fee may be applied based on the appointment date and time, in compliance with the state in which the notary act is performed.  OTGMN is carful to comply with notary fees established by state law.  

does otgmn protect information in the notary journal?

Yes. Only a person listed in a journal entry is allowed to see that entry.  If you ever need a copy one is provided only for your entry.   Additionally, notaries do not share your information with other notary publics.  However, if asked to share an entry with a legal authority as a matter of law. OTGMN is required to adhere to state and federal orders.  

How long does otgmn keep my record?

The general rule of thumb is ten years from the date of the last notarization in the book.  However, OTGMN recommend its notary’s retain the record book permanently.  In Texas notary’s record book may be deposited with the county clerk if the notary resigns, dies in office, or is removed from office.  

Does otgmn have different prices for emergency, weekend, or after hours?

No. However, all notary services have a traveling fee included in the price. 

are notaries able to provide legal services?

No.  Notaries are not licensed Attorney. For legal advice seek an Attorney.     

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