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Different Texas Notary Types
Would you like to get a will, real estate deed, affidavit, power of attorney, agreement, car title, or any other document notarized in Texas? If that’s the case, you will need to look for a notary public.
Here’s a list of notary types you can choose from:
- Traditional notaries—you will visit them in person in their office when you have set up an appointment
- Mobile notaries—they can come to your home, workplace, hospital, jail, or some other place
- Notary signing agents—these notaries mainly notarize loan documents
- Online notaries—you can get your documents notarized remotely via a live video call
Traditional, Mobile, or Online Notaries?
Although some people still use traditional, in-person notary services, they take most time and energy as you need to:
- Find a notary’s office
- Get in touch with a notary
- Schedule an appointment
- Collect the necessary documents
- Bring a valid ID document
- Head to the notary’s office at the agreed time
- Settle the required notary fees
- Wait for the notary to write a certificate and place his or her signature and stamp
Mobile notaries perform the same notary services and can come to you but are more expensive as they charge additional travel fees.
Online notary services are the best combination of both traditional and mobile notaries. An extra advantage is that the whole process is fast and remote, so you do not have to worry about your health, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
How To Conduct a Texas Notary Public Search Online
To run a Texas notary search on your own, you can use a variety of options. Check out some of the popular platforms you could browse through:
|Notary Search Platform||Steps To Follow|
|Texas Secretary of State||
You will not get contact information of the notary offices (apart from the physical addresses), so you need to find another way to get their phone numbers or email addresses
|Notary Public Stamps||
|American Society of Notaries||
Search for a Texas Notary in Your Area
Notaries can be working in places around you. If you feel like taking a walk, you could:
- Visit banks as some have notaries on their staff (e.g., Wells Fargo and Bank of America)
- Head to a shipping company, including UPS
- Ask in a nearby AAA branch
- Check at a library or law office
Regardless of the option you use to carry out a Texas notary search, you will need to arm yourself with patience. If you would like to save your time and energy, sign up for DoNotPay, and we will connect you with a notary hassle-free!
Choose DoNotPay’s Quick and Easy Remote Notary Service
DoNotPay provides the most convenient way for you to get your documents notarized without having to leave your home! You can reside in Texas or any other U.S. state, and we will connect you with a notary public in a matter of minutes.
Subscribe to DoNotPay and do the following:
- Choose the Notarize Any Document feature
- Upload the document you need to get notarized
- Enter your email address
That’s it! You will now receive our email with a link. Click on the link to confirm an appointment with one of our notaries.
You can access our notarization service 24/7 from your home, car, office, or any other place. Stay safe and comfortable with DoNotPay’s online notary services!
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Not only can we help you get your documents notarized in the blink of an eye, but our AI-driven app can also assist you with preparing agreements or any other documents to meet your personal or business needs.
Since our Standardized Legal Documents feature is integrated with the Notarize Any Document one, you can first create a document and then notarize it from the same app in a matter of minutes!
To help you choose, here’s a list of some documents we can draw up for you:
- Independent Contractor Agreement
- Intent To Purchase Real Estate
- Operating Agreement
- Lease Agreement
- Promissory Note
- Bill of Sale
- Quitclaim Deed
- General Affidavit
- Estoppel Certificate
- Prenuptial Agreement
- Non-Compete Agreement
- Non-Disclosure Agreement
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