Before April 10, 2020, Arizona residents weren’t able to access remote online notarizations in the state. You had to make an appointment with a notary and meet with them in-person. But traditional notarizations can be both time-consuming and inconvenient, especially if you have to travel to an office.
Fortunately, this changed after the Arizona governor signed an executive order legalizing remote online notarization. Today, you can work with a remote notary and save time with digital services.
So, whether you need a notary to witness your signature or help with another official matter, you can do everything online, and your documents will still be considered valid.
Superior Notary Services provides remote online notarizations anywhere in Arizona, so you can always get the notarial services you need at a time that works for you.
Even better, our online notarization process is easy. Simply schedule an appointment, upload your documents, and verify your identity online. That’s all you need to get started!
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Superior Notary Services has partnered with over 50,000 agents nationwide to bring online notarizations closer to you. Our experienced notaries work with individuals and businesses of all sizes in Arizona, and we pride ourselves on providing fast and efficient online services.
From identity verification to document notarization, we made getting your documents notarized online 100% hassle-free. Whether you live in Tucson, Flagstaff, or somewhere in between, you can count on our team of expert notaries public to make your life easy.
Remote Online Arizona Notary
According to the Arizona Notary Public Reference Manual, a notary is a public officer authorized by the Secretary of State to execute notarial acts. A notary authenticates all signatures in a document to prevent fraud. They also ascertain that nobody is being coerced to agree to something against their will.
A notary business must be impartial. To ensure this, the state of Arizona says that a notary cannot perform notarial acts where their spouse or family member is a party. In addition, an Arizona notary can’t notarize documents with direct beneficial interest.
Superior Notary Services has a massive directory of Arizona professionals who will notarize your document. You can choose a remote notary, mobile notary, and more!
The Difference Between Remote, Mobile, and Traditional Notaries
You have three options in Arizona. Whichever method you use, the notary will ensure that you understand the document you’re signing, are not under duress, and your identity checks out.
Here are three ways to do this:
- Traditional: You’ll receive a list of available slots for in-person notary appointments. Select the most convenient time and await confirmation. Once scheduled, you must physically appear at the notary’s office.
- Mobile: Select the most suitable slot for your mobile notary service appointment and await confirmation. A notary public will then travel to your location to complete the process.
- Remote notarization: You’ll schedule an appointment with an electronic notary public at a time that’s convenient for you. Once confirmed, you’ll use video to meet electronically for remote online notarization. You’ll also get an electronic seal.
Arizona Remote Online Notary Public
A remote online notary doesn’t provide legal advice. An e-notary is an expert trained, licensed, and commissioned to do the following:
- Prove the identity of the signer.
- Ensure willingness to sign the document.
- Use an ink stamp, embossed seal, or electronic seal to authenticate the document.
- Make sure the identification document supplied is acceptable under Arizona law.
- Issue a Certificate of Notarial Act for remote online notarization.
- Secure the document in an electronic storage device that protects the journal and recording against unauthorized access by password or cryptographic processes.
A credible witness is used when you don’t have an identification document or if the notary doesn’t know you personally.
Use Superior Notary Services to find a reliable online notary. You can then schedule an appointment at your convenience.
Mobile Notary Services for Arizona with Superior Notary Services
Legally binding documents and written statements, such as medical documents, power of attorney, or estate planning documents, need notarization. The only way that these documents can be valid in a courtroom is through a notarial ink stamp and seal.
So when you’re dealing with an important transaction, such as a borrower’s disbursement authorization or borrower’s income certification, you need an experienced notary public who’s well-versed in Arizona notary law.
And if you’re a busy professional, having a notary that adjusts to your schedule and location can make your job far easier.
With Superior Notary Services, you can hire a mobile notary to notarize any legal documents or written statements. Our notaries adjust to your preferences and can come at your preferred location – your home, the office, or a public place – at any time within and outside business hours.
If your agreement needs multiple signing parties, you can arrange for the mobile notary to meet all parties at a specific location together. Or the notary can visit all parties separately. After notarization, they bring the documents back to you or fax them to the necessary destinations.
We pride ourselves on being flexible, dependable, and trustworthy, so get started and notarize your legal documents now.
Mortgage closing documents
Designations of beneficiary
Affidavits of independent professional advice
Real estate documents
Supporting documents for disability claims
Why You Might Need an Online Notary in Arizona
When you don’t have time to make it to an appointment or you can’t physically meet with someone, an online notary is an excellent solution. You can search for duly licensed online notaries from the comfort of your home through Superior Notary Services.
Remote online notarization saves you time and money. You no longer have to travel long distances to notarize documents. Better yet, you don’t have to cancel appointments when something comes up or worry about fitting another errand in your schedule.Request a Quote for an Arizona Mobile Notary Public
How it Works
Our easy-to-use services can be accessed in the comfort of your home or office through our four-step process.
- Receive Signing Order
- Documents Sent to a Signing Agent
- Updates Modifications & Confirmations
- Completion & Prompt Invoicing
In Office Notary Fees
The fees a notary may charge are set by the State of Texas. The most common fee is $6 for a standard oath or affirmation and seal
Mobile Notary Fees
If you are looking for a one time service. we offer notary signing services in our office and mobile signing services across the United States. Our maximum fee for the mobile notary services in the US is $75READ MORE ABOUT FEES
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You no longer have to wait for long periods to get a notarized document. You also don’t have to physically visit offices just to get your paperwork notarized.
Superior Notary Services gives you access to over 50,000 licensed notaries public nationwide. Use the system to schedule an appointment with approved remote online notary providers at your convenience. You'll enjoy seamless electronic service and peace of mind.