- There are a few directories out there that are great for finding a notary. However, generally, you can find a notary public at country offices. It also can beMessage 1 of 1 , May 19, 2012View Source
There are a few directories out there that are great for finding a notary. However, generally, you can find a notary public at country offices. It also can be found in at any post offices or even registrar offices.
Before finding a notary, you need to know that a notary charges for a fee, which is a few dollars and is limited by state law. Now that you have that in mind, here are some of the places to call and visit to find a notary:
with many legal documents on a daily basis, so there's a high probability that a notary is on their list of staff. Try calling your insurance company and ask for a notary.
>Insurance Agency. These agencies deal
documents, you can ask your local post office if they have a notary on the spot.
>Post Office. If you need to mail your
happen to visit these public places, try asking for a public official in-charge of notary.
>Public Library or Court House. If you
of the easiest places to find a notary in this list. Almost every UPS owner is a notary. You need to call the store first to confirm if they offer notary services; and if they do, make sure to inquire if they are available by the time you go to the store.
>UPS Store. Your local UPS store is one