Most major banks and many UPS stores offer notary services for free or for a small fee. Online sources such as TheBestNotary.net, Notary Rotary, 123Notary, American Society of Notaries and Live Notary Network contain lis... More »

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A notary public can often be found on staff in some banks and other financial institutions, as well as in legal offices and government agency offices, particularly title agencies. In some areas, there may also be separat... More »

Notaries public are commissioned by the states, and thus there is no single entity through which notary forms can be attained. In most states, the office of the Secretary of State regulates notaries and is where the rele... More »

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A notary public can often be found on staff in some banks and other financial institutions, as well as in legal offices and government agency offices, particularly title agencies. In some areas, there may also be separat... More »

Mailbox stores such as Postal Annex and the UPS Store may offer notary services on Sundays. Notary hours of operation vary, so contacting local notaries for operating days and hours is the most reliable way to find a not... More »

The cost of a notary's services varies from state to state. In most states a notary charges $5 to $10 per notarial act or signature, depending on the document and the service provided. Each state sets maximum fee amounts... More »

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The maximum amount of money that a Notary Public can charge for his services in the state of New York is $2. However, many Notary Publics opt to provide their services for free. For instance, many banks employ Notary Pub... More »