Legally notarize your documents anytime, anywhere.
Whether you want to notarize your deeds, affidavits, trusts, or more, our notary public in Boise, ID is ready to make the process fast and efficient. You should ensure that you have the documents that need to be notarized, a valid government-issued photo ID, social security number, and a credit report.
Also, ensure that you prepare, complete, or understand your legal documents before you come in for notarization. Our job is to validate your signatures rather than process your documents.
If you want your documents authenticated, you have to find a notary public. This can mean taking time out of your busy day to visit a notary where there’s no guarantee a signing agent is available. That’s why we offer remote notary services in Boise, ID. With the help of audio-visual equipment, you can access our notary signing agent and finish your notarization in no time.
If you’ve worked with our virtual notary public before, it’s safe to retain our services due to the widespread fraudulent transactions. It’s less risky as you remain aware that the notary public is who they claim to be.
STEP 1: UPLOAD DOCUMENT AND PROVE YOUR IDENTITY
Apart from sending us the documents that need notarization, you also need to send us your government-issued ID. We’ll also use knowledge-based testing to confirm your identity.
STEP 2: MEET WITH OUR LIVE NOTARY AGENT
After confirming your identification, we’ll send you a link to meet with our licensed notary public via webcam. You’ll proceed to electronically sign your document, and we’ll add our notary seal or stamp. We prefer using computers or laptops during notarization because of their strong and reliable connection. We’ll also record the whole process if you need access to it later.
STEP 3: GET YOUR NOTARIZED DOCUMENTS
Once the online notary service is complete, you’ll receive an email with the notarized copy of your document immediately. We’ll keep digital copies of the transaction safely stored without access from anyone except the Notary Public.