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If you live in Kansas, chances are you’re going to require the services of a notary public.

And if you’re a real estate, legal or financial services professional, that need is going to be frequent.

Yet finding and getting to that notary can be a real hassle.

What if there was a notary service in Kansas that came to you? And what if it did so at the time and location that suits you?

Well, that’s the very service that Superior Notary Services have been offering since 2000.

Notary Agent’s Duties

Kansas Mobile Notaries

There are notaries in all 50 US states, yet their duties differ slightly from state to state.

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Notaries in Kansas are authorized by the Kansas Secretary of State to perform the following tasks:

  • Take acknowledgments
  • Administer oaths and affirmations
  • Take a verification upon oath or affirmation
  • Witness or attest a signature
  • Certify or attest a copy

The notary has the responsibility to confirm that the person whose signature is being verified is, in fact, the person who has signed the document.

The proof of identification can be either from personal knowledge or evidence provided. It can also be provided by a person who is known to the notary.

In the State of Kansas, notarial tasks may also be performed by the following Kansas state officials:

  • A judge, clerk or deputy clerk of any Kansas court
  • A county clerk or deputy county clerk
  • An election commissioner or assistant election commissioner
  • Any other person authorized by Kansas law specifically to perform notary duties

All documents notarized in the state of Kansas must have the notary’s public seal affixed to it.

These seals must contain the name of the notary public, along with the words ‘Notary Public’ and ‘State of Kansas.’ Pressed seals must also be inked or blackened to permit photocopying.

Additionally, Kansas notaries are not permitted to perform notarial duties if he or she has a direct financial interest in the transaction. As a general guideline, if the notary’s name appears on the document or is a signer, then he or she is ineligible to notarize it.

Notaries in Kansas are not required to keep a journal of their notarial duties.

Need a Mobile Notary Public in Kansas?

If you need a mobile notary in Kansas, you’ll know by the language on your forms. At the end of the form, there should be a place for a notary’s signature and seal. Some documents call for a witness, and a notary can serve this purpose, too. Most documents and forms that are filed with the court require a notary.

  • Affidavits


  • Mortgage closing documents

    Mortgage closing documents

  • Wills


  • Designations of beneficiary

    Designations of beneficiary

  • Medical directives

    Medical directives

  • Affidavits of independent professional advice

    Affidavits of independent professional advice

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    Real estate documents

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    Structured settlements

  • Supporting

    Supporting documents for disability claims

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A Notary That Comes To You

Finding a notary public in Kansas can be a daunting task.

Often your need for a notary public springs itself upon you without warning. If you’re a busy real estate, financial, or legal services professional, you probably don’t have time discovering where to find, let alone, traveling to a notary.

With Superior Notary Services, however, the process has been entirely streamlined.

On the Superior Notary Services website, you’ll find a comprehensive, updated list of Kansas notaries. To make your life even easier, the notaries featured on the site will come to you, when it’s convenient for you.

Finding the ideal notary to suit your needs is a piece of cake with Superior Notary Services. Contact us now to take all of the hassles out of your notary quest.

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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 $75


Ready to Get Started? Contact Us Today!

There’s an experienced public notary near you in our nationwide notary affiliate network. Available on-demand, any time of the day and any day of the week, we are ready to come to your location to witness and execute your signing. Getting started is simple.

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