Our Mission

Our mission is to professionally serve the public and underserved communities with education and integrity. We are a Black, Woman Owned Organization. We provide equal access to our professional services to all communities.

Our Goal

We are dedicated to providing convenient professional mobile notary services; we save our clients time and money by meeting them at their location: home, business, healthcare facility, post office, school, studio, etc.

Meet Our Founders

Our Story

Serving the public is key to successfully executing the duties of a notary public; we genuinely have a passion for serving because service is sovereignty. Our journey as notary publics began to help African American land owners resolve issues with heir property. Heir property is the leading cause of land loss, persistent poverty and poor political representation in African American communities especially in the Rural South.

Traditionally African American landowners have not written wills, which creates complex issues once the owner dies. In the absence of a probated will or trust, the state determines how property is divided among surviving heirs, hence the term “heir property.” As one generation gives way to the next, it becomes increasingly difficult to identify heirs and make management decision like clearing the title, securing a home loan, title insurance or the ability to refinance. In states like Georgia, successors of an estate like heir property may avoid probate court and the associated costs with a petition for a small estate banking affidavit if the property is valued at less than $75,000; completing the process requires a notary.

Heir property is a continuation of the elite using the law to control vulnerable populations by constraining wealth and home ownership. By 1920, African Americans owned 16 million acres of land; by 1997 over 14 million acres of this land was seized from African Americans due to the vulnerabilities of heir property (Dyer and Bailey 2008). The USDA (1999) reported that white Americans own 98 percent of U.S. land; African Americans own less than one percent of rural land, which is poverty and power. The economic instability of heir property has resulted in poor political representation and lack of community development for African Americans, especially in the rural South. Our social justice initiatives help underserved communities gain access to homeownership, generational wealth, education, healthcare, employment & legal aid, marriage, citizenship and more socio-economic freedoms.

Education + Community

Education is the passport to the future. Want to book us to speak to your staff, school or community?  Please fill out our contact form; our staff will contact you!

Join our Notary Team

Would you like to join our team of professional notaries? We are a notary signing agency; we assign notarial work to our notary team. Click here to join, please fill out our notary form; our staff will contact you!

The Founder.

Success isn’t about how much money you make; it’s about the difference you make in people’s lives.

The Co-Founder.

Everything happens for us, not to us. I find strength in knowing that we are making the world a better place!

The National Notary Association (NNA)

Education is the passport of the future. We are proud members of the NNA! Our services require a high degree of expertise & training we received from accredited universities; our notarial training and certifications are from the State of Georgia and NNA.

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