Notaries on our platform can notarize customers' documents, however, they will not be able to notarize certain ones. The below are examples of these documents:
- Self-proving wills and codicils.
- Non-self-proving wills and codicils to be used in states other than Florida and Nevada. (*)
- Testamentary Trusts and any amendments to trusts, and inter-Vivos trusts to be used in states other than Florida or Nevada.
- i-9 forms.
- Certified true copies of birth, marriage, or death certificates, or court-issued documents.
- Documents intended for use outside the United States.
- Documents in which the notary is named or has a beneficial interest.
- Documents containing pictures of children.
- We are also not authorized to perform marriage ceremonies, although we wish you much happiness.
(*) At this time, the online notary platform can handle non-self-proving wills in the states of Florida and Nevada. This means that wills handled on the online notary platform will require a witness who can appear in court when the will is being admitted to probate and testify that they witnessed the execution. Under Florida and Nevada law, an e-signed and remotely notarized will is only self-proving if it's held by a qualified custodian. We are unable to provide a qualified custodian at this time.