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Frequently asked questions

What is a notary public?

A notary public is a state-appointed official who is authorized to authenticate the signing of important documents, administer oaths and affirmations, and perform certain other civil functions related to fraud prevention.

What documents can a notary public notarize?

A notary public can notarize various documents including, but not limited to, real estate deeds, wills, powers of attorney, affidavits, contracts, and certain immigration documents. However, the notary must follow state laws and cannot notarize documents where they have a personal interest.

What identification do I need to provide for notarization?

Most states require at least one form of valid, government-issued photo ID, such as a driver's license or passport. The ID must include your signature and a photograph.

Can a notary public give legal advice?

No, a notary public is not a lawyer and is not authorized to provide legal advice or represent individuals in court, unless they are also a licensed attorney.

Can a notary public notarize their own documents or for relatives?

A notary public must avoid conflicts of interest and cannot notarize their own documents or documents of close relatives. It's essential to have an impartial witness to the signing, which a notary public provides.