Notarizing Documents by a Notary Public in Kansas Made Easier
We’re not in Kansas anymore—notarization doesn’t have to be scheduled via phone and performed in person in the notary’s office. We’ll show you how faster and more convenient notarizing documents can be.
Any time you need a notary public in Kansas, you‘ll be able to schedule your appointment in a matter of minutes with our help. and start saving time and money.
What Does a Kansas Notary Do?
A notary is an impartial witness whose purpose is to prevent fraud and forgery. Kansas notaries can perform the following notarial acts:
- Certify or attest a copy
- Take acknowledgments
- Witness or attest a signature
- Administer oaths and affirmations
- Note a protest of a negotiable instrument
- Take a verification upon oath or affirmation
Notaries in Kansas are commissioned by the secretary of state. They can only perform notarization in the state of Kansas.
Here’s what to expect when you get a document notarized:
|The Notary Will||
|Identify the signer||The notary checks the signer’s ID card, passport, or driver’s license and asks a few questions to verify their identity|
|Make sure the signer is signing the document voluntarily||The signer has to confirm they understand and agree to the content of the document. The notary must check for any signs of coercion|
|Establish the signer is of sound mind||The signer has to be sober and mentally stable|
|Witness the signing||The notary must watch the signer sign the document|
|Notarize the document||The notary adds their signature and seal on the document’s notarial certificate|
Where To Find a Notary in Kansas
If you want to look for a notary, you can use various websites or call and visit certain offices that may offer notary services. You can try some of these:
How Much Do Kansas Notaries Charge?
Kansas doesn’t impose a fee cap, which means notaries can charge how much they want for their services as long as it’s reasonable. Typically, notary fees range from $5 to $25. Some notaries charge per signature and others per document. You can also expect to bear other costs, such as travel and administrative fees. Notaries need to inform you about their fee schedule prior to notarization, so make sure to calculate how much you need to spend in total.
Can a Kansas Notary Perform Online Notarization?
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kansas has temporarily allowed remote online notarization (RON). Even if the state decides to reverse this decision, you can count on DoNotPay! We’ll find an out-of-state online notary that is permitted to notarize documents remotely.
Get a Document Notarized Online Using DoNotPay
As notarizing documents online is the most convenient method, our app provides online notary services in all U.S. states, even if your state’s notaries cannot notarize virtually.
Another DoNotPay’s benefit is that you don’t have to scour the internet to find a notary—we’ll do all the work.
To book an online notary appointment, do the following once you :
- Select our Notarize Any Document product
- Upload your document
- Enter your email address
- Follow the link you receive via email
Follow the prompts to choose the date and time of your online notary appointment.
As the notary must be able to see you and hear you, make sure to have a webcam, microphone, and a good internet connection. Have your ID by your side and don’t sign your document until the notary gives you instructions.
If you want to understand notarization further, you can browse our learning center and find answers to questions such as:
- What is a notarized affidavit?
- Is a notarized document legally binding?
- How long is a notarized document valid?
- What is a notarized copy?
- Can you get something notarized without being present?
- Is there a 24-hour notary?
- Where can I get a will witnessed and notarized?
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