Last Updated: 29 January 2019

CURRENT valid photo identification must be presented by all signers prior to any documents being notarized. Examples include CURRENT STATE ISSUED Driver’s Licenses or identification cards, U.S. Passports or military identification cards.

What I CAN Notarize:

  • Acknowledgments & Jurats
  • Oaths & Affirmations
  • Certifying Powers of Attorney
  • Depositions & Affidavits
  • Deeds of Trust
  • Mortgage, Loan & Refinance Documents
  • Quitclaim Deeds
  • Consent for Minors to Travel
  • Personal Letters & Contracts
  • Copies of Journal Entries
  • Certification by Document Custodian
  • Legal & Medical Documents
  • Many International Documents
  • Last Will & Testament
  • Proof of Execution
  • Traffic School Documents
    • ...and more!

What I CANNOT Notarize:

  • Certified Copies of Birth & Death Certificates
  • Marriage Certificates
  • Documents with Blank Spaces
  • Immigration Documents
  • Copyrighted Material
  • Translated Documents
  • Photographs
  • Any document that is recorded for public record.

 

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