We have Notary services during all business hours. Each notary stamp is $10.00. Once your documents are notarized, we can help you make any necessary copies and ship them where they need to go.
Why do documents need to be notarized?
Certain documents must be notarized in order to have legal effect. A “notary public” performs as a quasi-public officer to attest to the proper execution of these important documents.
Types of documents that may need to be notarized:
Witness Signatures: Notarize witness signatures on attestation page of will or trust documents.
Administer Oaths and Affirmation: An oath is a spoken as a solemn promise by a Notary (i.e. “I solemnly affirm that the statements in this document are true.”)
Copy Certification: Certify that a document is a copy of an original.
Be Prepared for Your Notary Visit
Bring a valid and current, government issued photo ID (driver’s license, passport). The identification must contain a photograph and signature, of the person that is signing the document. All signers must exhibit their understanding and ability to sign the document(s) at their own free will.
Laws vary by state and some documents may require witnesses in addition to the notarization. In some cases, a notary public might not be legally allowed to also, simultaneously, act as a signature witness. Accordingly, not all locations are staffed to provide additional signature witnessing services.
Mobile Notary Services
Are you unable to travel or need a document notarized at a specific location? Our Mobile Notary will travel to you for a $50 travel fee up to 20 miles from the store plus standard notary costs. Advanced scheduling is required. Call or email the store at 360-256-8244 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule.
Commonly Asked Questions
Can I have a document notarized that originated from out-of state?
Yes, as long as the notarization is taking place in the state that the Notary is commissioned in.
Can you notarize a form I-9 for employment?
We can verify your identity, witness your signature in section 1 and attach a Notary Certificate to the form I-9.
Can I have a photocopy of a document notarized?
Yes, with the exception of any vital records such as a birth and death certificates, marriage licenses and divorce decrees.
DISCLAIMER: A Notary Public is not an Attorney at Law, and it is illegal for a Notary to dispense legal advice. We cannon explain, interpret, or suggest. A Notary is not responsible for verifying the truth or accuracy of any document. Notarizing a document does not make it legal, official or validated.