Notary Public Services for Wrightstown Residents
Are you looking for a Notary Public near Wrightstown, PA? If so, you’re in luck! As a messenger for Pennsylvania’s DMV there is always a Notary Public in our office during business hours.
As a registered Pennsylvania Notary Public, we are appointed and commissioned by the Secretary of the Commonwealth and have a vital role in commerce by deterring document fraud, particularly identity theft. Having a notary requirement on a document may be an inconvenience; however it is only for your protection.
We are a full-service Notary Public office, meaning we can notarize anything from bank documents to car titles and anything in between. Give us a call at 215-295-8003 or stop by today to learn more about what you may need notarized when processing a legal transaction.
Notary: $5.00 per seal
Our office hours are:
- Monday-Friday: 10am-8pm
- Saturday: 10am-4pm
- Sunday: CLOSED
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*Please note: We are unable to provide you with any legal advice. If you have questions pertaining to your document(s) it would be best to review it with your lawyer or attorney.
- PA Title and Registration
- PA Driver’s Licensing and Photo ID Services
- In-Transit Tag Services
- Parking Privilege Services
- PA Fish and Boat Commission
- PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
- Dealer Services
- Corporate and Business Services
- Apportioned Registration Services
- Dog Licenses Services
Most services are available at both locations. Please call/inquire for more details
Wrightstown‘s first settler was John Chapman, who emigrated from England in October 1684, with his wife and children and settled on land which was part of the original William Penn Grant. The boundaries of the Township were established by 1692. A square mile in the center, in the present Penns Park, was reserved for parkland. However, in 1719, this was divided among the surrounding property owners.