NotaryPublicPR.com provides notary services in our office in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico only on Saturdays from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
Call for an appointment Office: 787-266-2481

Types of Documents: Here are the types of documents NotaryPublicPR.com notarizes on a regular basis in our office:

Types of Public Instruments: Here are some of the types of deeds and formal documents NotaryPublicPR.com drafts and authorizes on a regular basis in our office:

Other Services: Here are other services we perform as Attorney-Notary in Puerto Rico:

By Puerto Rico's Laws every Notary Public must be a Lawyer before being able to be welcomed into the Notary practice.

Notary Public Service Coverage Area of NotaryPublicPR.com: We provide services in our office in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico.

Pricing & Payment

Prices as of August 22, 2015 are $40 for the first affidavit or acknowledgement. $30 if 2 or more. Copy Certification of a Document $40 each. Prices include the $5 stamp required by the government of Puerto Rico to be included in each affidavit.

We accept cash and all major credit cards. You can pay for your services through PayPal (a Paypal account is not needed, just an email address where a Paypal email with a secure payment link can be sent).

Puerto Rico Notary Public Service Hours and Contact Information

Hours to schedule appointments: 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM, Monday-Thursday. Saturdays 11:00 PM - 2:00 PM.

Contact: Call our office at 787-266-2481.

Fax(24/7): 787-266-2462

Electronic Mail:

Regular Mail:
PO BOX 980
Punta Santiago, PR 00741-0980

Physical Address:
3 Eulalio Reverón
Yabucoa, PR 00767

Frequently Asked Notary Questions

How much advance notice do you need?
Advance notice is always recommended. Same-day appointments usually can not be accommodated.

How long does the process take?
For most single-page notary jobs, the actual notarizing takes about 5-10 minutes. For complex documents, it can take 30 minutes to well over an hour to go through the document with a notary, depending on the complexity and clarity of the legal documents.

What do I need to bring with me?
A current (expired identifications can't be used) government issued identification with photo and signature (e.g. an official passport or a state-issued driver's license or state-issued identification card from any state of the United States of America, the District of Columbia or of Puerto Rico) is required in order for your documents to be notarized. Copies of IDs are not acceptable.

About Us

My name is Eduardo José Robert Rivera and I obtained a Joint Degree Juris Doctor and Masters in Business Administration in Finance from the University of Puerto Rico in 2007. Admitted to practice law for the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico in February 2009; was admitted as a Notary Public for the entire island of Puerto Rico in February 2010. Admitted to practice before the Federal Court for the District of Puerto Rico in the same month. I am also a Member of the Bar Association of Puerto Rico and posses a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Puerto Rico.

In the present I run a rewarding private legal practice focusing my efforts on on performing my duties as a Notary Public.

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