Tawanna M. Pierce, North Carolina Mobile Notary

Serving you with Excellence,
in the Raleigh-Greensboro Triad

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Apostille Services

I provide expedited Apostille Services. Free document review. Services include state fees, photo confirmation of completion, and return shipping to any US address.


Notary Services

Acknowledgments | Jurats | Certified Copies | Affidavits | Powers of Attorney | Hospital Notarization's | Wills | Divorce | Grant/Quitclaim/Warrant Deeds | Subordination Agreements | Trust Documents/Certifications of Trust. Travel Affidavits (for one parent traveling out of country with minor child) | Field Trip Permission to Travel


Loan Signing Agent

I provide loan document signing services to escrow and title companies, and signing services. I am courteous and professional with your clients, watch the details and return docs on time!

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I Pride Myself on Providing Excellence in Service

I'm a North Carolina-commissioned Notary Public certified by the National Notary Association. My business model is to provide excellent service to my clients, every time. I am a personable, professional, and detail-oriented individual who enjoys being of service to others.

While living in New Jersey, I served the community as a Notary Public, Real Estate Agent, and Licensed Title Insurance Producer. In addition, I have more than 20 years of experience as an executive assistant and customer service professional. As you can see, my happy place is staying busy!

Since relocating to the great state of North Carolina, I am continuing my passion and commitment to business and community. Along with establishing NC Notary Plus, LLC, I work as a Reservationist with a major airline.

Disclaimer: I am not an attorney, therefore, by law, I cannot give legal advice, guidance regarding your transaction or related documents, or interpret the contents of those documents. Doing so would be an unauthorized practice of law, subjecting me to possible fines, loss of my notary public commission, or possibly prison.