Arizona Notary


Arizona Notary On The Go Services

Last minute, short notice, and emergency requests welcome

Real Estate Forms

Real estate signing agent services for loans to  direct lenders and title insurance companies. We notarize: refinance, reverse mortgages, loan modification, property purchase of sale, borrower’s affidavit, borrower credit program disclosure, home equity lines of credit, automatic drafting authorization, and annuity settlements.

Advanced Directives

Medical documents are a common document that needs to be notarized. Arizona Notary On The Go provides notary signings for clients in hospitals. Medical documents we notarize: Living wills, advance directives, and medical power of attorney.

Business Documents

Contracts, corporate documents, employment documents, financial documents, articles of incorporation, memorandum of understanding documents, vendor contracts, commercial leases, employment contracts, construction, affiliated business arrangement disclosure and loan agreements.

Additional Documents

Acknowledgments, authorizations, jail documents, jurats, oaths, passport documents.

Family Documents

Adoption paperwork, divorce documents, domestic partnership documents.

Arizona Notary Fee Schedule

Prices are per notarial act or signature

Acknowledgment or Jurat

Up To $10

Business Hours: Services by appointment only. Hours are flexible, on your schedule.

Copy Certification

Up To $10

Business Hours: Services by appointment only. Hours are flexible, on your schedule.

Oath Or Affirmation

Up To $10

Business Hours: Services by appointment only. Hours are flexible, on your schedule.


Every signer must show valid (not expired) photo identification. Arizona recognizes the following types of identification.

  • State-issued driver’s license 
  • State-issued identification card
  • U.S. military identification card 
  • Resident alien identification card 
  • U.S. Passport


It’s recommended to consult with your notary to get an estimate of their fees. By planning ahead, you’ll be able to have your document notarized as soon as you’re done writing it.

The Document Requiring Notarization

Not all notarizations are performed for a single person’s signature. Many documents will require multiple notarized signatures. That means that having all parties present for the signing is the simplest and probably cheapest way to get your document notarized. Your document will be fully signed and notarized with minimal inconveniences.

Willingness to Sign

Every signer must demonstrate a willingness to sign the documents without coercion. He/she must also be aware of what they are signing and understand the significance of the transaction. Documents cannot be notarized if there is any cognitive impairment.

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