General Notary Service
A General notary service Includes the notarization
of all the following documents:
✔ Power of Attorney
✔ Personal Legal documents
✔ Transfers of Real Estate
✔ Real Estate Loans
✔ Financial Documents
✔ Wills & Trusts
✔ Family matters
✔ Medical Release Forms
✔ DMV Documents
✔ Copy Certification by Document Custodian
✔ Sworn Oaths
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Before each signing, all signers must be identified.
All identification cards must be ORIGINAL, current, or issued within the last 5 years,
contain a photo, physical description, signature, and serial number.
Identification procedures are mandated by the
Alabama Secretary of State.
The following forms of identification are acceptable:
✔ State-issued driver’s license
✔ State-issued identification card
✔ U.S. military identification card
✔ Resident alien identification card (green card)
Unacceptable Forms of ID May Include The Following:
✔ Birth certificate
✔ Social Security Cards
✔ School IDs
✔ Credit Cards
✔ Debit Cards
This is a person who does not have and cannot obtain acceptable identification.
This most often occurs when a person is an elderly person, a minor child,
or a person with a disability. Alabama law provides two additional methods
of identification for these situations:
1. The sworn written statement of a credible witness who is personally known
to the notary and who personally knows the signer.
2. The sworn written statement of two credible witnesses whose identities
are proven to the notary and who personally know the signer.
Before Your Notarization Appointment
1. DO NOT SIGN the document until you are in the presence of the notary.
2. COMPLETELY FILL IN ALL BLANK SPACES IN DOCUMENT BEFORE NOTARY ARRIVES
BUT DO NOT SIGN! A Notary cannot notarize incomplete documents!
3. If you have questions about how to complete the document, contact the person who drafted or requested the document. A Notary Public is unable to provide legal advice or assistance in the drafting and/or completion of documents.
4. Every signor must physically appear, be coherent, and present acceptable ID
at the time of notarization.
5. Original documents must be presented for all Copy Certifications.
Vital records (birth, death, and marriage) cannot be notarized.
6. Know which Notary Certificate you need. A notary cannot give advice on which one to use.