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Why I Became a Notary and Started My Own Business

Updated: Nov 12, 2023

Embracing Entrepreneurship and Empowering Others as a Notary


By Harlie Collins, Texas Notary Public, Nationwide Remote Online Notary, and Owner @ Collins Notary Studio


Do you ever find yourself in need of an official stamp to authenticate and certify important documents? Let's work together! I started this journey to help others, connecting them to opportunities and educating them on notary work, entrepreneurship, and small business marketing.


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Notary Public stamps notarial certificate on a document

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The thrill of building something from the ground up and making a meaningful impact on people's lives has always appealed to me and is one of the main reasons why I became a notary. Becoming a notary was the perfect opportunity to combine my entrepreneurial spirit and marketing expertise with a service that provides value to individuals and businesses alike.


Bridging the Gap Between Legality and Convenience

So, what exactly is notarization? In its essence, notarization is a process that involves the verification and certification of documents by a notary public. It serves as a vital step in ensuring the legality and authenticity of various transactions, agreements, and declarations.


At Collins Notary Studio, I understand the importance of accessibility and convenience in this fast-paced digital age. That's why I offer both mobile notary services in Austin, Texas, and surrounding areas, including Cedar Park, Georgetown, Liberty Hill, Pflugerville, and Round Rock, as well as remote online notarizations, ensuring that you can get your documents notarized with ease, regardless of your location.


Can any document be notarized?

While certain restrictions may apply, the majority of documents can be notarized. From affidavits and power of attorney forms to real estate deeds, I handle a wide range of document types to cater to your needs.


What is the difference between a traditional notary and a remote online notary?

Traditional notaries require a physical presence for notarization, whereas remote online notarizations leverage secure digital platforms to facilitate the process virtually. Remote online notarizations offer greater convenience and flexibility, allowing you to get documents notarized from the comfort of your own home.


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Business owner uses planner to schedule daily appointments

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Collins Notary Studio: Your Trusted Partner in Notarization

The decision to become a notary public and establish Collins Notary Studio was fueled by a desire to empower individuals and businesses through accessible, convenient, and secure notarization services. By offering both mobile notary services in Texas and remote online notarizations nationwide, I hope to bridge the gap between legality and convenience, ensuring your documents are certified with utmost efficiency. Reach out to me today and let us help you unlock the power of notarization.

Connect with Collins Notary Studio and experience the convenience and professionalism of our notary services. Whether you a require a notary near you in Austin, Texas, or seek a virtual, remote online notary appointment, we have you covered. Book an Appointment or Request a Quote to embark on a seamless notarization experience.

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