Arizona's #1 Notary Public Service Provider
Unlimited Ink Notary is Arizona's #1 Notary Signing Agency. We know when you are looking for a Notary Public in Arizona it can be a little complicated to find a Notary Public near you who is available when you need them the most. And that is either because the best Notaries are always booked in advance and are already out helping their customers- or because they are part-time and not available when you need them.
However, we know when you need a Notary Public you most likely needed them yesterday and can't go through 100's of Notary Listings to schedule an appointment. That's why when you place an order with Unlimited Ink Notary Online your request goes out via text message to every available Notary within 25 miles of your requested meeting location.
We only required a minimum of 2 hours' Notice during scheduling and we can generally have a Notary to your desired meeting location within that 2 hour window.
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Notaries Are Not Attorneys and Therefore Can Not Practice Law or Give Legal Advice.
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Get A Document Notarized in Arizona?
In order to have a document, or documents Notarized in Arizona you must appear before a commissioned Notary Public and sign the document in front of them, after they have done their due diligence of properly identifying you through one of Arizona's acceptable forms of identification.
What Do I Need to Get a Document Notarized in Arizona?
In order to have a document Notarized in the State of Arizona you will need to first have the document you wish to have Notarized in hand, have an acceptable form of ID, and be willing to sign the document without any reservation. Notaries are not allowed to suggest or create documents for signers in the State of Arizona as it would be considered an unauthorized practice of legal advice or law. In the event your document comes into legal questioning later your Notary will not be able to assist you in defense in a court of law if they suggested or created your document. If you are not certain your document should be Notarized or not, please read on. However, if you have a document, you are sure that needs to be Notarized you can begin to schedule your appointment online today.
Also, if your document calls for additional witnesses, outside of the Notary Public, you will need to arrange for the witnesses to be in place prior to the Notaries arrival or plan to meet your Notary in a public venue.
What Are Acceptable Forms of ID in Arizona?
There are several ways to prove your identity to a Notary in the State of Arizona. The three most popular forms of identification are a non-expired State ID, Driver's License, or a United States Passport. In the event that you do not have one of these forms of Identification to present to a Notary Public in Arizona, the State of Arizona also allows a Notary Public to use a Credible Witness who is over the age of 18 years old, has one of these three forms of ID, and is willing to be placed under oath (and in writing), that you are who you say you are.
What Types of Documents Can I Have Notarized in Arizona?
Notaries in Arizona can notarize nearly any document you wish to have Notarized, however, there are some restrictions for vital records such as Birth Certificates, Death Certificates, and Marriage Licenses. These documents must be Notarized by the entity of the State which issues them.
The most commonly requested documents Notaries are asked to Notarize are: Affidavits, Car Titles, Property Release Forms, Loan Documents, Deeds, Minor Consent or Release Forms, Wills, Trust, Power of Attorney Documents, Financial Power of Attorney Documents, Lean Releases, Medical Power of Attorney Documents, Do Not Resuscitate Documentation, Life Care Planning Packages, Affidavits of Forgery, Quit Claim Deeds, Application of Duplicate Titles, Passport Renewal Documents, Parental Consent for Travel Documents and more.
Where Should I Schedule My Apppointment?
You may schedule your appointment anywhere you wish. Many people wish for us to travel to their homes or offices. However, we can also meet you in a public place such as a Starbucks or Chick-fil-a if you are more comfortable with that. Our Notaries are also comfortable traveling to hospitals, jails, and care facilities for rehabilitation and senior citizens.