Texas Government Code § 406.024 sets out the standard fees a notary public may charge for notary public services. All services provided by Gary Kennedy notary will incur a travel charge separate from Texas notary fees.

First signature of each individual$10
Each additional signature of each individual$1
Administering an oath or affirmation$10
Taking the deposition of witness, for each 100 words$1
Swearing a witness to a deposition$10
Protesting a bill or note$4
Each additional notice of protest$1
Protesting in all other cases$4
Certified copy (copies not included, must be made by the notary)$10
Uncertified copy of an entry from a notary’s record book, per page$1

Escrow/real estate fees are not statutory and depend on factors like document size, number of notarizations and signers, mileage, and timing. Below are basic fees, subject to change per your specific situation. Call for a free quote!

Single loan closing
(includes 20 miles one way – 40 miles round trip, and printing of up to 150 pages of electronic documents)
Mileage fee per mile after first 20 miles (40 miles round trip)$2
Printing fee after first 150 pages$0.25
Additional related loan closing$35
Additional unrelated loan closing at same location$50
Fax up to 15 pages$20
Travel and non-closing fee.
This fee is due if notary travels to location and borrower refuses to sign.
Cancellation fee for 2 hours or less notice$35

Gary Kennedy notary uses a flat rate mileage structure and calculates distance from 78130 ZIP code.

Single notarization within 20 miles (40 miles round trip)$25
After first 20 miles (40 miles round trip), each mile$1
After hours
(6 to 9 am or 6 to 9 pm M – F or Saturdays)
Hospitals and nursing homes, 30 minutes at location$50
Jails and detention centers, 1 hour at location$100
IAH airport terminal$100
Excessive wait time, more than 30 minutes at location$30

DISCLAIMER: I am not an attorney licensed to practice law in Texas and may not give legal advice or accept fees for legal advice. Under the Texas Admin. Code Rule § 87.40, A Notary Public is prohibited by law to act in the capacity of an attorney, give advice in preparing legal documents, issue identification cards, distribute confidential information or perform any notarial act unless the signer is present. Any questions about your documents should be addressed to the lender, title company, or an attorney.