Get Your Documents Notarized Today!
We specialize and take pride in completing all your document signing requirements in accordance with all state laws. When it comes to notarizing your business and personal documents, we can get the job done. If you’re looking for notary public services schedule an appointment today and get notarizing checked off your list.
We perform a variety of notary services. Some commonly notarized documents include:
- NFA Trusts
- Replacement Application For Utah Concealed Firearm Permit
- Business Documents (Contracts and Agreements)
- Estate Planning Documents (Wills and Trusts)
- Healthcare Documents (Advanced Healthcare Directives, Power of Attorneys, and HIPAA Authorizations)
- Employment Documents (I-9 Eligibility Verification Forms)
- Department of Motor Vehicles Documents (Bill of Sale, Application for Registration, Application for Duplicate or Paperless Title)
- Power of Attorneys
- Marriage Documents (Affidavit of Inability to Appear)
- Family Planning and Adoption Documents (Authorization for a Minor Child to Visit, Travel Consent Forms, Child Support Agreements, and Custody Agreements)
- Immigration Documents
- Many other documents in need of notarization
What You Need For Your Appointment
1. Know Your Document
It’s very important to know what document you have and what type of signatures are required before coming to your appointment. There are five general types of notary acts. Your document should tell you above the notary signature area what type of notary act it is.
- Acknowledgments: This is the most common form of notarization. Typically they are executed on deeds and other documents affecting real property that will be filed with a county recorder.
- Certified Copies: A notary certifies that a copy of an original document is a complete and true reproduction of the document that was copied.
- Oaths and Affirmations: A notary certifies that a person made a vow or affirmation in the presence of the notary on penalty of perjury.
- Jurats: If notarizing affidavits, dispositions, and other forms of written verification.
- Signature Witnessing: A document that must be signed in the presence of a notary.
2. VALID Government-Issued Identification
Your identification cannot be expired and must contain a photo, physical description, signature, date of birth, etc.
What Is Acceptable Identification?
Government-issued picture identification that is valid (not expired) with the individual’s name, date of birth, signature, or fingerprint is required to ensure proper identification unless otherwise prohibited by law. The ID must be legible and intact.
The exceptions to having a signature or fingerprint are government-issued Military IDs, Passport Cards, Permanent Resident Alien Cards (Green Cards), and Employment Authorization Documents (EAD) (these contain no visible signature).
Acceptable Forms of Valid ID
- Driver’s License From Any State Or Country
We accept mobile ID! (It is not a picture of your ID on your phone) See our FAQs for more information
Utah Driving Privilege Cards Will Not Be Accepted
- Identification Card From Any State Or Country
- Passport From Any State Or Country, With Or Without Appropriate Immigration Document(s)
- Passport Card From Any State Or Country, With Or Without Appropriate Immigration Document(s)
- Border Crossing Card
- Permanent Resident Alien Card (I-551 – Green Card)
- Consulate Card From Any Country
- Military ID
- Uniformed Services Identification Card
- Department of Defense Common Access Card
- U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Card
- Other Military IDs (Military Dependent ID Card)
- Employment Authorization Documents (I-766 – EAD)
- Federal Government Personal Identity Verification Card (PIV)
We accept all US credit/debit cards including Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, JCB, and UnionPay. Contact and Contactless EMV, Magnetic Stripe, and Manual Card Entry. NFC payment to pay using a phone or smartwatch such as Apple Pay®, Google Pay™, Samsung Pay, and digital wallets such as Venmo, Paypal, and Cash App.
Tax Is INCLUDED – NO Added Card Processing Fees
We Do Not Accept Personal Checks Or Money Orders