Have Your Documents Notarized Without Going to a Nevada Notary

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How To Have Your Documents Notarized Without Going to a Nevada Notary

Appearing before a Nevada notary in person to get your documents notarized can be inconvenient, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s why the State of Nevada now allows remote notarization. If you’d like to find out how to notarize documents online, DoNotPay is here to provide a wallet-friendly solution.

What Does a Nevada Notary Do?

Notaries in Nevada are authorized to conduct the following notarial acts:

Notarial Acts


Witnessing the signing of the documentsThe notary has to be an impartial witness during the signing of wills, title transfers, , and other documents that have to be notarized
Administering oaths and affirmationsThe signer has to raise his or her right hand and repeat the words of the oath or affirmation after the notary
Taking acknowledgmentsAll parties acknowledge that they have signed the document willingly. When it comes to the acknowledgment, the document can be signed either in advance or in front of the notary
Notarizing copies of documentsNotaries can make and notarize copies of certain documents. By law, publicly recorded documents—such as marriage, death, and birth certificates—can’t be notarized
Executing jurats or taking verifications upon oaths and affirmationsIn jurats, notaries state that the signers have sworn or affirmed that they:
  • Were aware of the contents of the document
  • Signed the document willingly

All parties need to sign the document in front of the notary

Each notarized document needs to contain a notarial certificate, signature, and stamp to carry weight. If a notary determines that a document is forged, he or she mustn’t notarize it.

State of Nevada Notary Service Fees

State laws dictate maximum notary fees in Nevada. Notaries can charge up to:

  • $5.00 for the first signature of every signer when taking an acknowledgment
  • $2.50 for every additional signer
  • $2.50 for oaths and affirmations without a signature
  • $2.50 for a notarized copy
  • $5.00 for every signature on the affidavit when executing jurats

Mobile notaries have the right to charge additional hourly fees:

  • Up to $10.00 per hour if the signer schedules notarization between 6 a.m. and 7 p.m.
  • Up to $25.00 per hour if the signer schedules notarization between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.

A notary and a client need to agree upon notary service costs before scheduling an appointment.

Issues With the Traditional Notarization Process in Nevada

Most Nevada residents consider the traditional method of notarization exhausting and time-consuming. Here are the numerous steps you need to follow to get your contracts notarized in person:

  1. Find a notary in:
  2. Set up a meeting
  3. Bring your documents to the notary’s office or email them if the notary performs electronic notarizations
  4. Appear in front of the notary and provide your ID
  5. Affirm that you know what you’re signing and that you’re doing it of your own free will
  6. Pay the fees
  7. Sign the document
  8. Wait for the notarial statement, signature, and stamp

Why Should You Choose Remote Notarization?

Since the traditional procedure is tedious, many people rely on online notary services. These platforms allow you to handle notarization from the comfort of your home, which is always convenient, not only during the pandemic.

Most online notary platforms work like this:

  • You register and follow the required steps
  • The platform connects you with a remote notary via a video call
  • The notary witnesses your signature and provides a notarial certificate with his or her electronic signature and stamp
  • You download the notarized document

Remote notarization is time-efficient, and it can be done 24 hours a day from any device.

The only downside of most online notary platforms is the price. The fee for these apps usually starts at $25 per document. If you need to get your contracts notarized frequently, you should find a more affordable solution.

DoNotPay’s Notary Product From A to Z

Are you looking for an efficient yet budget-friendly online notary app? DoNotPay’s Notarize Any Document product can help you have all of your documents notarized in less than five minutes without paying big bucks.

These are the steps you should follow to get your documents notarized in Nevada, Texas, Washington, Louisiana, Indiana, or any other state:

  1. Sign up for
  2. Select the Notarize Any Document feature
  3. Upload the contract you would like to get notarized
  4. Type in your email address

When you open the link DoNotPay emails you, you can schedule a virtual meeting with a notary. You will have your documents notarized over a video call in a matter of minutes. DoNotPay charges the same monthly fee regardless of the number of documents you get notarized.

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An added plus is that we have integrated the notarization feature with the Documents one. You can draw up and get your contracts notarized through the same app, which will save you a significant amount of time.

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