Where can I find a notary public in my area?


A notary public can often be found on staff in some banks and other financial institutions, as well as in legal offices and government agency offices, particularly title agencies. In some areas, there may also be separate privately owned notary offices.

A notary public is a legal official who is authorized to perform a variety of tasks, mostly relating to validating signatures on important legal documents. In the United States, notaries public are appointed by the state government and have authority only in that particular state. Notaries are not required to have any significant legal knowledge or training, though some states require potential notaries to complete a short course before being commissioned.

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1. Check your local bank. All banks typically have a notary public on the premises. You usually don't need to have an account to use the services of the notary public, but you may
Call them up. (818) 376-3777 (Document Recording, Notary Oaths, FBN Filings) However, most clerks operate on a first come first serve basis; but Notary oaths take priority, so the
Jan Engels is located at 2219 King James Pl EL PASO, TX.
I think a notary public is the same as an attorney. I need them to draw up a marital status stating im not married. (home affairs didn't give me this because i don't have a ...show
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Ask.com Answer for: Notary Public in My Area
500 Virginia Ave, Baltimore, MD
(410) 949-9579
4201 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA
(703) 522-4000
6328 Marlboro Pike, District Heights, MD
(301) 653-3514
673 Potomac Station Dr, Leesburg, VA
(703) 669-0500
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