Please read this page thoroughly before scheduling an appointment. The Notary Public laws require notaries to take special precautions before notarizing documents.
• The document or form requiring notarization must be completely filled out,
We do not provide forms, draw up documents or help you w/ filling out the document,
• All signer(s) must be present at the time of the appointment,
• All signer(s) must provide an original photo I.D., non-expired, See Acceptable Forms of I.D.
• The signer(s) must be sound mind, alert, and mentally competent.
• The signer must want to sign the document being notarized.
The Notary Public must refuse notarization if,
The signer is not physically present at the time of appointment,
The document is incomplete or blank;
The signer has been adjudicated mentally incapacitated and has not been restored to capacity as a matter of record;
The signer cannot produce acceptable identification; and/or the signer cannot produce “Two Credible Witnesses,” to identify the signer;
The signer appears to be drunk, sedated, or disoriented; or
The notary knows or suspects that the transaction is illegal, false, or deceptive.
The signer does not speak English and there is no one available to translate the document into a language the signer understands.
The notary believes that the signer is being coerced or does not understand the consequences of signing the document.
The signer or witnesses do not agree to signing the document.
We are not Attorneys licensed to practice law and may not give legal advice or accept fees for legal advise