Notary Services Near Cornelius, Oregon

Get Notarized In Cornelius, Oregon... Easy as 1...2...3!

Step 1
Prepare Your Docs!

Step 2
Verify Your Identity!

Step 3
Get Notarized!

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Local Notary Services

1) Onsite Notary

3.10 Miles Away (503) 754-3548 270 SE 2nd Ave Hillsboro, OR 97123

2) PostalAnnex+

6.62 Miles Away (503) 228-8392 1333 NE Orenco Station Pkwy Hillsboro, OR 97124

3) Legal Notary Services

7.37 Miles Away (503) 898-0171 2945 SE Cornelius Pass Hillsboro, OR 97123

4) The UPS Store

7.49 Miles Away (503) 846-9896 7325 NE Imbrie Dr Hillsboro, OR 97124

5) The UPS Store

8.12 Miles Away (503) 591-8559 20449 SW Tv Hwy Aloha, OR 97003

6) Pac Signing

8.36 Miles Away (503) 709-3618 1915 NE Stucki Ave Ste 400 Beaverton, OR 97006

What Do You Need For Notarization In Cornelius, Oregon?

Notary services in Oregon are available to help you with signing contracts, power of attorney, wills, affidavits, deeds, and other common legal documents. The fraud deterrence provided by a Notary helps all parties entering into a legal agreement stay protected and avoid bad outcomes.

Always check with your selected Notary service prior to your visit to ensure any specific requirements for your state are met. In general, the following things are needed:

  • A Valid government issued ID, like a passport, drivers license, military ID, green card, etc.
  • Assurance that you're signing of your own free will (no coercion).
  • You must be of sound mind, meaning not intoxicated, medicated, or incapable of understanding what's going on.
  • Some documents may require a witness who isn't an interested party (not mentioned in the document).
  • Bring every page of the document (not just the signature pages), and don't sign it ahead of time!

Notarization F.A.Q

Q: Who Can Be A Witness?

Some documents require a third party witness to the signing, but not all. Rules again vary by state, so check with your Notary on whether a witness is needed and any specific requirements. Generally speaking it will need to be someone with no interest in (not mentioned in or otherwise impacted by) the agreement outlined in the document. Friends and neighbors are a good bet.

Q: How Much Does Notarization Cost?

Notaries can charge a nominal fee for each signature, the maximum of which depends on the state. Typical price range is anywhere from $2-$20. Check with them ahead of time for exact costs.

Q: What Forms Of ID Are Accepted

Check with your notary ahead of time, but government issued IDs including Drivers Licenses, Passports, Military ID, Green Cards are commonly accepted. Make sure it has a photo, and remember it's at their discretion to refuse to notarize if they aren't convinced of your identity.

Q: Can You Notarize Over The Phone?

While some states are expanding their remote online notarization programs, these basically always require real time video communication rather than a traditional telephone. Check with your Notary to be sure, but expect that the answer will be no.