Delano King Foundation Notary Public 

Our office offers the services of a commissioned and insured Notary Public. From acknowledgments, and from administering oaths/affirmations, our notary is ready to professionally complete your document. We provide mobile services to many facilities such as Assisted Living, Retirement Communities, Nursing Homes, Real Estate Agencies, and Hospitals. We offer convenience by traveling to you when you cannot make it to our office. Our mobile notary is 24 Hours by Appointment Only.

Whether you need to have divorce papers, or a witness statement notarized, our notary will be able to ensure it has the official seal of authenticity. Here’s what you need to know about our Notary Public:

Notary Agent’s Duties

Mobile Notaries

A notary is responsible for making sure that legal documents are signed with an official government-approved witness being present.

All you will need is an official ID, your document, and all signees – plus your notary – to complete a notarization. When a document is notarized, the notary finalizes the procedure with either an ink stamp or an embossed seal.

Residents of Delaware may need a notary to notarize documents like sales receipts for personal property, divorce filings, power of attorney, or even car purchase transactions.

Being a notary is no small achievement. Someone who serves as a notary public in Delaware must fulfill several requirements before being accepted to perform the position. Here are a few of those requirements:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Must have a legitimate residence within the state of Delaware with a street address
  • Must have a reputation of integrity
  • Must complete a course of training that meets the guidelines set forth by the Secretary of State, as well as continuing education. The training may be completed in a classroom setting, online, or through distance learning as long as it follows the standards set forth by the law.


Our Notary (Delano King), is a proud member of the American Society Of Notaries.

Acceptable Identification For Delaware Notarizations

  • State issued drivers license or identification card
  • United States issued Passport
  • Military identification card
  • Resident alien IDs or “green cards” issued by the USCIS
  • Identification cannot be expired
  • IDs should have the following: Photograph, Physical description (e.g., “brown hair), and a signature of the bearer.

Need a Notary Public?

When you need a notary public, it’s critical to be able to find one easily.

Your paperwork shouldn’t hold up your business or life. A mobile notary is a perfect solution to help you sign your paperwork appropriately and in a timely manner.

At Delano King Foundation Notary Service, we make the process of notarizing your documents fast and simple.

How it Works

Our easy-to-use services can be accessed in the comfort of your home or office through our four-step process.

  1. We Receive Your Signing Order
  2. Your Documents Are Sent to a Signing Agent
  3. Modification & Confirmations
  4. Completion & Invoicing

In-Office Notary Fees

The fees a notary may charge are set by the State of Delaware. The most common fee is $5 for a standard oath or affirmation and seal


Mobile Notary Fees

We offer mobile notary signing services in Delaware. Our maximum fee for the mobile notary services is $75