Raquel Schroeder


Serving Alaska With

Reliable Notary Services

Providing convenient, competent and accurate notarizations and signings with the latest technology 100% compliant with the State of Alaska and professional training by the National Notary Association.

Does this Sound Familiar to You?

You are searching for a licensed, bonded and insured Notary Public in Alaska who offers MobileOnline and/or Signing Agent Services.

You are searching for low-cost, transparent fees and convenience for all your notarization needs.

You want to work with a Notary Public who is friendly, communicative, knowledgeable and reliable.

How I Can Help


Mobile Notary Services

Cabin Notary

Looking for a public notary to verify your identity and witness your signature? Save time and money by having me come to a location of your choosing!


Remote Online Notary Services

RON Services

Did you know that the State of Alaska allows the notarization of documents electronically online? This method is fast, secure and 100% state compliant.


Signing Agent

Notary Signing Agent Services

In addition to verifying identity and witnessing signatures, I will walk borrowers through the loan signing process.

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A Few Things I'll Always Screen For...


Unless the signer is personally know to the Notary, Alaska Statute requires persons appearing before a notary to produce government-issued identification containing the photograph and signature of the person signing or government-issued ID containing the signature of the person signing without a photograph and another valid identification containing the photograph and signature of the person signing.

(AS 44.50.062 (c))


If you suspect a person is being forced to sign a document, you should refuse to notarize the document. If you fear violence, you might notarize and then contact the police.

(AS 44.50.062 (c))


The constituent should be able to communicate with you in some fashion and have the ability to indicate a basic understanding of the contents of the document. If there is doubt about competency, you may consult an available expert, such as the constituent’s doctor or attorney. However, your common sense should prevail. If the constituent cannot communicate intelligibly, the notarization should not be performed.

(AS 44.50.062 (c))


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I was born and raised in Alaska and I’m familiar with Alaska’s unique populations and geography. You can count on me to provide reliable, culturally-responsive and friendly Notary Services wherever you are in the Last Frontier.