Remote Notarization

Jurats, Acknowledgements, Affirmations, Oaths

We can legally notarize documents on all 50 states. Get your document notarized online today in less than 10 minutes.

Remote Notarization

Notarizing a document online helps save time and can be done from the convenience of your home or office. All you need is a laptop, computer, smart phone or tablet to start a remote notary session with our online notaries. Our online notary services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and we can help you get a document signed in less than 10 minutes. Remote notary sessions are more secure than in person notarizing due to high level KBI ID verification, audio/video cloud storage and electronic audit trails.

How It Works

Our Process For Online Remote Notary Sessions

After you submit your document, you'll receive an email to verify your ID. Once you have passed the ID verification you will be connected with an online notary. After your remote notary session, your notarized document will instantly be emailed to you. The whole process takes less than 10 minutes!

Upload Document

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Verify ID

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Connect with Notary

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Download Notarized Document

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Notarizing Prices

Online Notary

$25/ Session
  • Includes Unlimited Notary Seals
  • Includes Unlimited Notary Signatures
  • Flat Rate Price Per Session
  • Up to 4 Signers Can Join
Notarize Online

Convenient

Our average online notary session lasts less than 10 mintues.

Simple

All you need is your document, your ID and a smart phone.

Secure

Multiple level of security for your online notary sessions.

An online notary is able to notarize your document online via video/audio call session.

No. In order to notarize a document online, a notary must be approved as an online notary in their state.

Notarization costs may vary from one state to another. In the state of Texas, you can not charge more than $25 to notarize a document online. Beware of other services or notaries that are charging more.

Texas online notaries can notarize documents online for all 50 states as long as the notary is located in Texas at the time of notarization. (Please consult with an attorney if you have questions about notarizing your document as we can not provide any legal advice.)