Hawaii Notary Services
Trying to sign your name on the dotted line without an ink pen can be a bit frustrating. That’s why most people have learned to keep one in their pocket…or they at least know where to locate one.
And eventually, just like an ink pen, you will need a notary public for some type of financial agreement or business matter.
Events, like your birth, marriage, and death are recorded and considered important documents, making a Hawaii notary public an important asset.
It would sure be nice to have one in your pocket, but that’s just not possible. But at the very least, Superior Notary can help you find one that’s close by.
Hawaii Mobile Notaries
A Notary Public is an appointed officer witnessing the signing of some of life’s most important documents.
By using some form of government approved ID like a driver’s license or passport, they are required to make sure the person signing the document is who they say they are.
And according to the state of Hawaii Dept. of Health, from Jan. 2018 to June 2018 notaries in Hawaii were busy stamping almost 8,000 birth certificates, 10,000 marriage certificates, and 5,591 death certificates.
With all that demand, a notary public in Hawaii has to first fill these requirements and duties so they can stamp your document:
- A notary must be a resident of Hawaii.
- Must be at least 18 years of age.
- They must take an oath after their appointment that they will faithfully perform the duties expected. A copy of this oath is filed with the office of the attorney general.
- Be able to meet all other qualifications of a public officer in the state of Hawaii.
All notaries in Hawaii are also required to buy and maintain a $1,000 Notary surety bond. These bonds are set in place to protect the public due to negligent acts performed by the notary.
A Notary Ink Stamp or Embossing Seal is required for the state of Hawaii, but a notary may not have both.
Need a Mobile Notary Public in Hawaii?
If you need a mobile notary in Hawaii, you’ll know by the language on your forms. At the end of the form, there should be a place for a notary’s signature and seal. Some documents call for a witness, and a notary can serve this purpose, too. Most documents and forms that are filed with the court require a notary.
Mortgage closing documents
Designations of beneficiary
Affidavits of independent professional advice
Real estate documents
Supporting documents for disability claims
A Notary That Comes To You
The value of a knowledgeable Notary Public in Hawaii is a priceless public service. Notaries reduce the risk of fraudulent transactions and help protect the people.
But finding one when you need them isn’t always simple – and they can’t always come to you when you need them.
With more than 34,000 affiliates, Superior Notary Service is nationwide and takes the stress out of finding a notary for your important needs. Our signing agents handle everything from real estate to legal documents.
So if you don’t know where to find a notary public in Hawaii, start with us. Our notaries come to you.
Just contact us – and we’ll even bring the pen.request quote: Hawaii notary services
How it Works
Our easy-to-use services can be accessed in the comfort of your home or office through our four-step process.
- Receive Signing Order
- Documents Sent to a Signing Agent
- Updates Modifications & Confirmations
- Completion & Prompt Invoicing
In Office Notary Fees
The fees a notary may charge are set by the State of Texas. The most common fee is $6 for a standard oath or affirmation and seal
Mobile Notary Fees
IF you are looking for a one time service. we offer notary signing services in our office and mobile signing services accross the United States. Our maximum fee for the mobile notary services in the US is $75READ MORE ABOUT FEES
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There’s an experienced public notary near you in our nationwide notary affiliate network. Available on-demand, any time of the day and any day of the week, we are ready to come to your location to witness and execute your signing. With each one of our notaries covered with a $1,000,000 errors and omissions insurance policy, your company is fully protected. Getting started is simple.request quote: Hawaii notary services