Law provides affordable notary services at the location on Hwy. 281 and Bitters, and throughout San Antonio and Bexar County as a mobile notary. Our notary public services are available to all of San Antonio and Bexar County, including but not limited to banks, businesses, lawyers, jails, hospitals, military, estate planning, Will and Trust documents, individuals, and anybody who finds themselves in need of a friendly and affordable notary.

Our services include notarization of any documents that require notarization, last minute appointments, loan signing, hospital notarizations, printing, shipping of documents, courier, and other services requested in regards to the notarization. We are here to provide our clients with an easy, friendly, and professional notarization and will accommodate any requests that we can.

A Notary Public with Law would be happy to answer any question and requests you have, and assist you promptly with all of your mobile Notary Public needs. Last minute and special requests are welcome, please call if appointment time requested is immediate.  Please phone to (210) 805-9334.

Notary Signing Services

  • power of attorney
  • quitclaim deed
  • grant deed
  • authorization for minor to travel
  • affidavit
  • mortgage documents
  • medical power of attorney
  • warranty deed
  • advanced healthcare directive
  • trust
  • living trust
  • irrevocable / revocable trust
  • Texas probate code
  • copy certification
  • document custodian
  • litigation paperwork
  • estate planning
  • loan signing

Closing Services Closing Services offers a wide range of services to meet the needs of our clients and their families. The successful relocation of your employees is our top priority.

With every service we provide, you will receive:

A Convenient Single Point of Contact
Seamless Transactions
Experienced Professionals to Handle Your Needs
The Most Stringent Quality Standards


Escrow Services 

Most Texans are aware of the importance of “going into escrow” when buying or selling land and real estate.

They know that burdensome details can well be entrusted to an escrow officer whose business it is to handle such details.

They know the protection received if the escrow officer is a company whose responsibility and impartiality have been established.

They know that whatever of value is deposited with such a company will not be delivered until the written instructions of all parties have been complied with.  The adjustment of taxes, rents, interest and fire insurance; procuring of requested documents, such as bills of sale covering personal property and releases of existing encumbrances; the recording of all papers at the right moment; and the proper disbursement of the money involved to the persons entitled to it –  these are a few of the services required of the escrow officer.

The escrow officer will be glad to compute the expense of an escrow in advance.



Most real estate transactions in the state of Texas utilize the services of an escrow company, yet escrow remains one of the least understood elements of the real estate process.


Very simply defined, an escrow is a deposit of funds, a deed or other instrument by one party for the delivery to another party upon completion of a particular condition or event.


Whether you are the buyer, seller, lender or borrower, you want the assurance that no funds or property will change hands until ALL of the instructions in the transaction have been followed. The escrow holder has the obligation to safeguard the funds and/or documents while they are in the possession of the escrow holder, and to disburse funds and/or convey title only when all provisions of the escrow have been complied with.


The principals to the escrow – buyer, seller, lender, borrower – cause escrow instructions, most usually in writing, to be created, signed and delivered to the escrow officer. If a broker is involved, he will normally provide the escrow officer with the information necessary for the preparation of your escrow instructions and documents.

The escrow officer will process the escrow, in accordance with the escrow instructions, and when all conditions required in the escrow can be met or achieved, the escrow will be “closed.” Each escrow, although following a similar pattern, will be different in some respects, as it deals with your property and the transaction at hand.

The duties of an escrow holder include; following the instructions given by the principals and parties to the transaction in a timely manner; handling the funds and/or documents in accordance with the instruction; paying all bills as authorized; responding to authorized requests from the principals; closing the escrow only when all terms funds in accordance with instructions and provide an accounting for same – the Closing or Settlement Statement.


The selection of the escrow holder is normally done by agreement between the principals. If a real estate broker is involved in the transaction, the broker may recommend an escrow holder. However, it is the right of the principals to use an escrow holder who is competent and who is experienced in handling the type of escrow at hand. There are laws that prohibit the payment of referral fees; this affords the consumer the best possible escrow services without any compromise caused by a person receiving a referral fee. does not provide Title Insurance, but can make arrangements with companies that do. does not provide attorney services, but has the appropriate contacts to recommend people for those services, if necessary.

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