When you need important documents notarized from real estate deeds, contracts, DMV

forms or affidavits, it’s nice to work with Notaries who understand their role

professionally (comprehension of notarial practices and procedures) and can provide

fast, reliable notary services conveniently located to serve you.

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 8 am to 5 pm.

Location: 1135 Terminal Way, Suite 209, Reno NV 89502

No appointment necessary, Walk-Ins Welcome.

Give us a call at 775-786-5515 for more information!

What is a Notary Public?

A Notary is a person of proven integrity appointed by the state to serve the public as an

official, impartial witness (can have no financial or beneficial interest in the transaction).

A Notary has the power to witness the signing of documents and to administer oaths. A

Notary ensures a signer’s identity and willingness to sign documents.

What to Bring to Identify a Document Signer:

Personal Identification that has your picture and signature:

• State-issued Driver’s License.

• State-issued identification card.

• U.S. Passport issued by the U.S. Department of State

• U.S. Military ID.

• State, county and local government IDs.

• Permanent resident card, or “green card,” issued by the U.S. Citizenship and

Immigration services.


Personal Knowledge: The Notary Public has had sufficient interaction with the individual

over a period of time. That means it’s someone we know (family friend, co-worker etc.)

Credible Witness: The Notary Public knows the person serving as a credible identifying

witness and they in turn know and can verify the identity of a document signer. (This is

only when the document signer does not have personal identification).

Fees for Services:

For taking an acknowledgment, for the first signature of each signer $15.00

For each additional signature of each signer $7.50

For administering an oath or affirmation $7.50

For a certified copy $7.50

For a jurat, for each signature on the affidavit $15.00

Please be advised that a Notary Public may refuse to perform a notarization if he or she

cannot be certain of a prospective signer’s identity, willingness, or understanding of what

is happening at that moment. In addition, a notary may not notarize a document in which

he or she has a financial interest.