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What Is A Mobile Notary?

A Mobile Notary Service is a Notary Public that travels to their clients to perform notarial acts and provide related services at various locations requested by the customer.

The fees charged by mobile notaries tend to be higher than traditional notaries due to the travel related expenses and nuances associated with the service including, but not limited too: fuel, office supplies and equipment, parking, tolls, travel time, Insurance (Auto and Liability), etc.

Why Choose Ink Driven Mobile Notary Service?


We’ll meet you at a location that is most convenient for you at any time of day or night. We will meet you at your home, your place of business, hospitals, nursing homes, attorney's offices, courthouses, or any neutral public location of your choosing (ex. coffee shop or restaurant). We go to prisons, jails, and airports as well. 

Ease of use:

Schedule our mobile notary services simply by filling out and submitting our online contact form. You can also give us a call or email us. By filling out our contact form, once you submit your request a text message and email goes out to our Mobile Notary instantly!


We come to you, wherever you are, and bring the office and ink with us. Our service area includes the greater Northern Kentucky Area which includes Kenton, Boone, Campbell, Grant, Gallatin and Pendleton Counties. We can print out documents for you, scan and email documents, make photocopies, assist with filling out forms and applications, and review documents for discrepancies as it relates to the transaction for a proper notarization. In your request, please state if you would like our Notary to practice social distancing and mask wearing, and we will gladly accommodate such requests.



Insured and background screened Loan Signing Agents: We execute and notarize all types of documents related to real estate transactions and vehicle title transfers.

Our Mobile Notary Public is certified and background checked, and covered by an Errors and Omissions insurance policy, in addition to having a 4 year Bond for your protection and peace of mind. 

Customer service:

  • Emails and Voicemails are received instantly out in the field and responded to within 15 minutes or less (unless we are sitting with a client) in which we will return your call immediately upon completion of that appointment.

  • Phone calls answered immediately if not with a client.

  • Constant communication by offering our clients the option for texting (additional Data charges may occur from your carrier depending on your plan).

  • We explain the process all the way through – no guesswork, no down time.

Same day Vehicle Title Transfer and I-9 Employment Verification and Immigration/Naturalization Services. We handle everything! 

Numerous Payment Options:

We accept all major credit and debit cards, personal checks, bank checks, Money Orders, Zelle, Venmo, CashApp and Paypal.  We also provide NET30 billing for our routine/contract customers!


An ACKNOWLEDGEMENT is used to verify the identity of the signer and to confirm that they signed the document. They are not swearing to the truthfulness or validity of the document, they are simply acknowledging that they signed the document. For an acknowledgement in the state of Kentucky, a signer is not required to sign the document in the presence of the notary public, but they are required to personally appear in front of the notary to confirm their signature.

A JURAT is used when the signer is swearing to the content of the document. The notary must administer an oath or affirmation to the signer in order to complete the jurat. A jurat also requires that the signer signs in the presence of the notary. It is possible to extract this information from the jurat certificate its self. The wording states “Subscribed and sworn to before me…” – subscribed meaning “signed” and sworn meaning that an oral oath or affirmation was given. “Before me” means that both were done in the presence of the notary public.



A general power of attorney is an instrument which gives the person you name (the agent) wide powers to manage your property and other financial matters while you are living. The person granting the agent the power is called the principal, and must be signed while mentally competent to understand the nature of the act.



All U.S. employers must complete and retain a Form I-9 for each individual they hire for employment in the United States. This includes citizens and noncitizens. Form I-9 does not require an authorized notarial act of any kind - therefore we cannot affix a notarial seal impression on it. If we agree to serve as an employer’s Authorized Representative, our worker is not serving as a notary in any capacity.

When our notary signs the form form in the capacity of Authorized Representative of the verifying employer, we will indicate “Authorized Representative” as in the title section not “Notary Public.”



An Apostille is a certificate issued by the Secretary of State that proves the authenticity of a public official signature and seal.

The Apostille is more than just a seal. It is a full page certificate which is typically attached to document destined for use in a foreign country which abides by the Hague Convention. The document is provided as proof that the notary or public official who witnessed the signer’s signature is in good standing with the state government. The Apostille is usually permanently attached to the processed documents and removing the staples is forbidden.


Transferring Ownership

Kentucky Citizen to Kentucky Citizen

In the sale of a vehicle, the seller must sign the back of the title in the presence of a notary. This will sign over ownership of the vehicle. The buyer takes the assigned notarized title, proof of Kentucky Insurance, proof of Identification, and money for fees and applicable taxes to their local County Clerk's office for transfer. Older Titles before 2000 may require a completed TC96-182 to complete the transfer process.

Selling a Vehicle to an Out-of-State Resident

You will need to notify your County Clerk's office of the name and state of the new owner. You will need to complete form TC96-3 Affidavit of Incomplete Transfer if the vehicle has not been transferred within 15 days. You will also need to return the Kentucky license plate to your Kentucky County Clerk's office. If you were a resident of Kentucky and the vehicle owner on January 1st, you might have property taxes due on that vehicle.  

Vehicle title transfers


Our specialty is in executing and notarizing Real Estate loan documents for Lenders, Title, and Escrow companies. Insurance, Mortgage companies and real estate attorneys also reach out for our services. Below are the common transactions types often requested by our clients:


  • Seller Only

  • Buyer Only

  • Buyer 1st & 2nd

  • Buyer & Seller


  • Refinance

  • Loan Application 

  • Reverse Mortgage

  • Loan Modification Agreement

  • Debt Settlement

  • Cash-Deal

  • Quit-Claim Deeds

  • Remote Online Notarization (Nationals & Foreigners) 

  • Auto/Boat/RV Transactions

  • Timeshare, Second Home & Investment Properties

  • Lease and Occupancy Agreements

Certified Signing Agent and loan closing services

Your Protected


Certified & Commissioned

Certified through the National Notary Association and the Loan Signing System to perform Real Estate Signing/Closing services and Commissioned by the Kentucky Secretary of State as a Notary Public State at Large to perform notarial acts.

Bonded & Insured

We possess a $100,000 Errors and Omission's insurance policy in addition to the Kentucky State required 4-year $1,000.00 bond.

Continuously Trained

We keep abreast of changes in laws and regulations, and the industry as a whole by attending various trainings and webinar opportunities through our partners, the organizations that certify us in what we do, and the state(s) we perform our notarial acts in.

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