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When they need to get a document notarized, most people first think of visiting a notary public in person. While booking an in-person meeting with a DeKalb County notary is a valid option, it is not the only one. We are here to offer you an easier solution—remote online notarization.

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DeKalb County Notary Service—Explained

The standard, in-person notarization is usually tedious and lengthy. This is what it entails:

  1. Finding an available notary—Search online registries or visit public places that offer notary services
  2. Setting up the appointment—Call a notary office and set up your meeting at a convenient time. Be careful not to cancel at short notice since certain cancellation fees may apply
  3. Inquiring about the fees—Ask the notary about the fees they charge. You can inquire about the cancellation cost as well
  4. Collecting the required documents—Gather all the documents you want notarized since forgetting any requires scheduling another meeting
  5. Bringing an ID—Make sure to bring your ID, passport, or other proof of identity with you. A notary cannot finalize the process without verifying your identity 
  6. Completing the process—Pay the fees the notary sets for you and sign the documents to finish the notarization process

After you sign the documents, a notary will provide his or her signature and stamp.

What Can a DeKalb County Notary Do?

Curious about what a notary does? Check out the list below to see what notaries in DeKalb County, Georgia, can do for you:

  • Verify your identity as a document signer
  • Confirm your willingness to sign the documents
  • Ensure you are aware of the contents of the documents
  • Witness the signing process

A notary in Georgia can notarize various documents, such as wills, trusts, affidavits, powers of attorney, and business contracts.

Where To Find a DeKalb County Notary

We’ll show you all the available methods of finding a notary to make the search easier.

There are two ways to go about this task:

Online RegistriesPublic Places

DeKalb County Notary Types

Besides the standard in-person notary service, you can also opt for:

  1. Mobile notary service
  2. Electronic notary service
  3. Notary signing agents
  4. Online notarization

Mobile Notary Service

If you would prefer to meet a notary at a location of your choice, you can make an appointment with a mobile notary. They will travel to any place you choose and handle the notarization process on the spot.

Mobile notaries charge travel and mileage fees, so you should inquire about the costs before scheduling a meeting because the costs tend to get quite high.

Electronic Notary Service

Electronic notaries (eNotaries) offer the same service as the standard notaries. You visit them at their offices, and they will witness and notarize your documents. The only difference is that the documents are in PDF format, and an eNotary provides their digital stamp and signature.

Notary Signing Agents

In case you need to notarize loan documents, notary signing agents can do the job, and you can usually find them in banks and other financial institutions.

Online Notarization

Remote online notarization (RON) is the most popular choice nowadays since it helps minimize the risks that come with visiting a notary in person during the COVID-19 pandemic. That is not the only benefit RON provides.

You can make an appointment in minutes instead of spending hours on booking the nearest notary public. It's also a cheaper option than the pricey mobile notaries.

DeKalb County Notary Fees

DeKalb County notaries are obliged to inform you about their notary fees and other cost-related details before notarizing your documents.

Every state has different rules on the maximum fee a notary is allowed to charge. Notaries in Georgia can charge a maximum fee of $2 per notarization. That fee excludes the costs of additional signatures and documents.

DoNotPay Makes Online Notarization a Smooth Sailing Experience!

Not only can DoNotPay help you schedule a meeting with a remote notary in a couple of minutes, but you can also do it any time you choose because we are available 24/7!

We made sure the process is simplified to a tee! Here’s what you’ll need to do:

  1. Subscribe to DoNotPay
  2. Select the Notarize Any Document feature
  3. Attach the documents you want notarized
  4. Give us your email address

Once you go through the steps, we’ll send you a link with the appointment timetable by email. Choose a slot that suits you, and a remote notary will witness the document signing via a video call and add his or her digital signature to your doc.

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