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Justice of the Peace and Notary Public


Mobile Notary Public Services

in Redding, Connecticut

Call or text

203 252 4671 

(text is better)

Do you need a document notarized?

If you are in Redding, Easton, Monroe, Newtown, Bethel, Danbury, Ridgefield, Wilton, Weston, Westport, the most convenient mobile notary public to you may be:

Joanna M. Horodyska

Justice of the Peace


Notary Public

State of Connecticut

 West Redding, CT 06896


- American Association of Notaries member

- National Notary Association member

- NNA trained, certified, background screened

- NNA Certified Notary Signing Agent

- Licensed and Insured

- English and Polish speaking

***   203.252.4671 - text is the best   ***

Sometimes phone calls are very difficult for me as I am either with my client or behind the wheel. 

If a phone call is your only option, please be patient, I usually call back the same day.

Payment methods:

- cash, check, debit card, credit card

Hours and Fees

The notary is available by appointment only.

The best way to schedule an appointment is to 

                                    call or to text @ 203 252 4671                                          or email at

or use the contact form

At the office: 

Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

at no fee besides $5 per stamp

At your convenient location:

Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

$5 per stamp plus mobile service fee based on a mileage

After hours, most evenings and on weekends,

there is an extra charge in addition to the mobile service:

$25 after hours Monday - Friday

$50 on Saturdays

$75 on Sundays

There is always a $5 fee for each "notarial act",

any time the notary uses the stamp and sign. 

The fee is set by the State of Connecticut.

Cost of "signing" real estate related documents 

(i.e. closing, refinancing, loan modification etc) starts at $150


Legal advise

I am not an attorney. Please do not call me if you need legal help, please consult an attorney authorized to practice law in Connecticut (or the state in which you live). 


I will go anywhere in Connecticut that is safe and is convenient for the signer. I meet people in their offices, homes, coffee shops, or other convenient places. Connecticut Notaries Public are authorized to notarize anywhere in Connecticut.


Two forms of ID are required, unless I know the signer personally. Please note that they must be current, not expired. Only original documents are allowed, no photocopies or scanned images are acceptable in Connecticut.

Primary ID must be photo identification issued by a federal or state government. Commonly-used primary ID include a driver's license, passport, "green card", state-issued non-driver's ID, pistol permit, and military ID. Photo ID must also contain a written signature. Passports from other countries are acceptable ID in Connecticut.

Secondary ID must contain a written signature, but does not need a photo. Examples of commonly-used secondary ID include signed credit/debit cards or work IDs. 


Please wait until the Notary Public is present before signing your documents. The Notary Public must see you sign your document in order to notarize your signature.

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