Book a Meeting With an Idaho Notary

Notarize Documents Book a Meeting With an Idaho Notary

Should You Pay a Visit to an Idaho Notary? 

Getting your documents notarized can be a cumbersome process if you go for traditional notary services

Use DoNotPay to gain access to a simple yet efficient online notarization and avoid visiting an Idaho notary.

What Is a Notary Public in Idaho?

A notary public in Idaho is an individual who:

  • Is at least 18 years old
  • Can read and write
  • Is a citizen of the USA
  • Lives or works in Idaho
  • Has filed an Idaho notary application
  • Is authorized to perform notarization by the Idaho Secretary of State

What To Expect During the Notarial Process

To get your affidavit, trust, contract, will, real estate deed, bill of sale, or any other legal document notarized, you will need to go through the following steps when meeting with an Idaho notary:

You Need To

Further Information

Appear in person A notary public requires your presence to complete the notarization. You can meet him or her:

  1. In a notary’s office—with traditional notaries
  2. At a convenient location—with mobile notaries
  3. Remotely—with online notaries

Present the document(s)

You need to provide all necessary documents. An Idaho notary cannot help you prepare any document, so make sure to finalize everything before meeting the notary. 

If you need assistance in creating a contract or document, you should:

  1. Consult an attorney or some other expert
  2. Sign up for DoNotPay to receive a document tailored to your needs
Prove your identity As a notary public needs to identify all signers, you need to present a valid government-issued photo and signed ID document, such as a:

  • Driving license
  • ID
  • Passport
Show willingness Notaries must determine all signers are signing the document of:

  • Sound mind, i.e., are not under the influence of some substances
  • Their own will, i.e., no one is forcing them
Present competency An Idaho notary will check whether you understand the contents of the document you are signing
Settle the notary fees The state of Idaho sets the maximum fee of $5 for a notarial act. 

A mobile notary public in Idaho will charge an additional travel fee for his or her travel costs

Receive the notarized document A notary public will finalize the notarization by:

  1. Creating the journal record
  2. Completing the acknowledgment certificate
  3. Putting the notary signature and stamp

Run a Search for an Idaho Notary 

You can use some platforms and additional available options to locate an Idaho notary suitable for your needs:

  1. Idaho Secretary of State Notary Search tool—Enter the name of the notary or click on Advanced Search to enter the city
  2. 123Notary—Type in Idaho, the ZIP code, or your city in the search box
  3. American Society of Notaries—Enter the ZIP code
  4. Notary Public Stamps—Type in the city or ZIP code

You can choose other ways to find a notary public in Idaho, such as visiting a:

Idaho Notary Types

You can choose one of the following types:

  1. Traditional in-office notaries public work:
    • In an independent office
    • For a company or organization
  2. Mobile notaries perform notarial acts at a place that suits your needs, for example, in:
    • Your home
    • Hospital
    • Jail
    • A cafe
    • Your workplace
  3. Online notaries conduct remote online notarization

DoNotPay Is Your Reliable Remote Online Notary Provider

Set up an appointment with an online notary public via DoNotPay! Access our app to get your documents notarized:

  • Instantly
  • Remotely, i.e., from the comfort of your home
  • Via a live audio-video call, i.e., without worrying about your health, which is particularly important during the COVID-19 pandemic

Prepare the document you would like to get notarized, subscribe to DoNotPay, and:

  1. Select our Notarize Any Document feature
  2. Upload the document for notarization
  3. Go to your inbox
  4. Click on the link we emailed you

The provided link directs you to a notary’s available appointments. At the agreed time, an online notary will verify your signature and notarize your documents remotely. 

We do not only provide this notary service for Idaho residents. Our app can also help residents of all other U.S. states, including Arizona, New York, Kentucky, Texas, California, Illinois, Hawaii, Maryland, Florida, and Pennsylvania.

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If you have any additional questions regarding notary services, don’t worry! We offer lots of relevant information. DoNotPay can also generate a legal document or contract to suit your personal or business needs.

Check out some notary-related questions we can answer and documents we can create for you:

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