Notarize Your Document Online In:
is 100% Legal
It Only Costs $25 For the First Notary Seal (or Stamp)
and $8 Per Additional Notarized Document
Documents that require witnesses are billed at $5 per additional witness
What You'll Need to Notarize Any Document Online:
You will need an unsigned PDF Version of the document you wish to have Notarized. You must upload an unsigned document to proceed with signing.
It is ideal for you to check with the receiving party of the document to ensure they accept online notarized documents. Although, remote online Notarization is 100% legal certain entities, such as lenders, may require wet signatures on certain documents.
You will need a non-expired State Issued Photo ID or a non-expired United States Passport.
You will need access to a computer or smart phone with both audio and video capabilities.
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Leander TX 78645
More Information on My Notary Gal
Available to Notarize Documents in:
My Name is Carol Cavena and I want to be Your Notary Gal Online. I am a dually commissioned Electronic (RON) Notary within the State of Arizona. This means that my State has entrusted me with conducting Notarizations Online through the use of Audio and Video communication. And I can Notarize a document for you no matter where you are in the world as long as you have a good internet connection and a computer, tablet, or cell phone that connects to it with audio and video.
If you have a document that needs to be Notarized and the receiving party accepts online Notarizations, I am able to easily send you an invitation to upload the document to my Remote Online Notary Platform, Blue Notary, and complete your Notarizations within just a few minutes.
Or you can schedule online with me via my Calendly Appointment Calendar. Let me help you in
Leander TX 78645
Before you schedule, please make sure to ensure that the receiving party of your document accepts Electronically Notarized Documents. Although Online Notarization is 100% Legal there are certain types of documents that may not be accepted using Electronic Notarizations, such as Real Estate Documents. Please note, Notaries are allowed to Notarize any document presented to them and it is up to the signer of the document to confirm if the receiving party will accept an electronically notarized document.
There may also be instances where I may not be able to assist you. For instance, certain documents like Birth Certificates, Death Certificates, Other Vital Records, and California Car Titles may not be able to be Notarized online as they require either a specific department of California to Notarize or the document itself is not fit for Electronic Notarization.
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Industries, or Documents, best Fitted for RON
California Residents: California Residents can have any document they choose notarized online as long as the receiving party accepts electronic Notarizations. Many of the forms I receive online include school forms, minor consent to travel forms, bank forms, affidavits, work related forms, 401k processing forms, and more! All you need to do is ensure that the receiving party of your Notarized document will accept an electronically notarized document.
California Attorney Clients: Attorney clients can save time, money, and client stress through the use of electronic Notarization for Affidavits, Divorce Documents, Estate Planning Documents, Parental Agreements, Trust, Wills, and even written depositions. If you have clients in further reaches or who are unable to travel to your office, you no longer need to hire a costly mobile Notary to travel to your clients. As long as the receiving party, or court, accepts online Notarizations your cost to help your clients can be significantly reduced.
And, if you are one of those great Attorneys who wish to be involved when your signers are signing your document, I can easily invite you to the session.
California Title, Escrow, and Lending: I can definitely notarize Real Estate Documents for you in California, however, if a lender is involved you will need explicit approval from the Lender and the Title Agency in order for me to process your online Notarization. Many lenders have not yet begun accepting online Notarizations as some of them believe they can't effectively ensure Deeds or Notes electronically Notarized at this time. By proceeding with an online notarization appointment for Real Estate Related documents it will be assumed you have done your research and received this approval.
And the Beauty is Once We Connect Online You Can Schedule with Me Whenever You Like In:
Or Anywhere Else in the World!
Here's How to Prepare for Your Remote Online Notarization
Ensure The Receiving Party Accepts Virtual Notarizations &
Schedule Your Appointment. Most Appointments Will Take About 15 Minutes or Less
Be Prepared to Be in a Place with a Strong Internet Connection and Be Able to Connect with Me on a Computer, Tablet, or Smart Phone that Has Access to Your Email
Be Prepared to Enter Your Social Security Number, Answer a Few Knowledge Based Assessment (KBA) Questions Generated by Your Credit History, And to Present Your ID to Me Online
Tips for Online Notarization in:
You will need a current driver's license or United States Passport & at least 5 years credit history
Being in quiet room is always ideal for Remote Online Notarization
If you are technically challenged it will be okay for you to have someone assist you, but they need to be present with you. The only thing they cannot assist you with is your Knowledge Based Assessment Questions
Remote Online Notarizations work easiest on a Desktop or Laptop Computer
Taking a good quality photo of your ID (front and back) prior to the session will help speed up the process will speed up your process. You will need to upload this photo when you are connecting so knowing where it is stored on your computer is important. Smart Phones also take better quality pictures than most web cameras.
Here are the Statutes Passed Making Remote Online Notarizations Legal in Arizona
Texas authorizes its notaries to perform online notarizations pursuant to Tex. Gov't Code §§ 406.101 et seq.
In addition, Texas recognizes online notarizations that are properly performed by notaries of other states. The applicable interstate recognition laws are Tex. Civ. Prac. & Rem. Code §§ 121.001, 121.003, & 121.004 and Tex. Gov't Code § 602.003.
411 (effective June 30, 2022).