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2717 Parallel Path Abingdon, MD 21009

Mary Staron's notary services were nothing short of excellent. Mary was prompt, friendly and professional. She not only notarized my documents but within a few days was able to register them with the county and acquire Apostilles from the state. I received everything I needed more easily and quickly than I thought possible.

Vincent Civiletti on 06/11/2021 09:12:19 PM

Mary Staron is a very personable and very professional in everything that she does. All our clients like her very much. She is readily available whenever there is an emergency.

Barbara Engel on 10/09/2012 01:42:20 PM

Mary has done work for me and is always on time and very friendly. She does her work in a timely fashion and is professional in all she does.

Pam Walpole on 10/09/2012 12:32:42 PM

Mary has done many, many closings for me. She is responsive, on-time, extremely knowledgeable, and thorough - and you cant ask for anything else from a closer. Your closings are in great hands if you send them to Mary.

Brian Longest on 10/09/2012 09:17:34 AM


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