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Nebraska Notary Services

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Notary publics in Nebraska serve an important purpose: They notarize documents for official use.

You’ll need a notary when signing documents like marriage licenses, real estate purchases, passport applications and other official documents.

Yet each state has unique laws regarding notaries and their duties, though many of them are relatively similar. Here’s what you need to know about the specific regulations for notary publics in Nebraska.

Notary Agent’s Duties

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While verifying signatures on important documents is often the core of a notary’s business, they can perform other tasks as well – like hearing spoken oaths or creating certified copies of important documents.

But for any transaction with a notary in Nebraska, you’ll need to prove your identity. Your identification must:

  • Be government-issued, like a passport or driver’s license
  • Include your photo and signature
  • Be currently valid and not expired

The notary will verify your identity and witness your signature or oath, matching your signature on the document to that on your ID.

For certified copies, the notary will verify that the copy contains all of the information from the original and that it is clear and easy to read. Then to make your document official, the notary will apply their official ink stamp to the document and record the transaction in their ledger.

Although the state of Nebraska does allow round notary stamps, the Secretary of State’s office prefers rectangular versions. However, both are considered acceptable.

In Nebraska, notary publics must meet certain requirements, including:

  • Having the ability to serve a term of four years
  • Renewing their commission at the end of each term
  • Not having any felony convictions on their records, though misdemeanors may be permitted

The Nebraska Secretary of State maintains the right to revoke any notary’s commission at any time if need be.

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Need a Mobile Notary Public in Nebraska?

If you need a mobile notary in Nebraska, 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.

  • Affidavits

    Affidavits

  • Mortgage closing documents

    Mortgage closing documents

  • Wills

    Wills

  • Designations of beneficiary

    Designations of beneficiary

  • Medical directives

    Medical directives

  • Affidavits of independent professional advice

    Affidavits of independent professional advice

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    Real estate documents

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    Structured settlements

  • Supporting

    Supporting documents for disability claims

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Notaries

A Notary That Comes To You

It can sometimes be challenging to know where to find a notary public in your area, particularly if you live in a more remote part of Nebraska.

Fortunately, Superior Notary Service is here to help.

Our service maintains an extensive directory of notary publics that are actively operating in every state. We can assist you in finding a suitable notary to handle your needs, and we’ll take the time to answer any questions you have about how the notarial process works.

Get in touch with us today to get started. We are always happy to be of assistance.

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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 
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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 $75

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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.

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