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Online Notary in Arizona

Online Notary, also known as remote online notarization (RON), is a virtual service that allows you to notarize your legal documents in Arizona and anywhere else in the United States. 

LawDepot’s Online Notary services allow you to connect to a notary public using your device’s camera and microphone for a safe, easy, and accessible way to validate your legal documents.

Online Notary is also known as:

  • Remote notary
  • Digital notary

With LawDepot’s Online Notary service, you can notarize documents such as:

Does Arizona all online notarization?

Yes, Arizona allows online notarization. This was made possible through Senate Bill 1115, which brought the permanent use of remote notarization to the state as of June 30, 2022, under the Arizona Revised Statutes. 

The amended laws that permit online notarization include Ariz. Rev. Stat. § 41 - 263. The bill further recognized documents notarized out of state as valid through Ariz. Rev. Stat. § 41-259 and 33-411.

Remote online notarization in Arizona is also supported by the Full Faith and Credit Clause, which establishes notarization performed in one state to be legal in another. Also, the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act recognizes e-signatures as a legal form of signing.

How much does it cost Arizonans to notarize online?

With LawDepot’s Online Notary service, it’s just $25 for the first seal and $10 for each additional seal. Arizonans can save on travel time and get documents notarized from work or home in minutes. 

Documents Arizonans can’t notarize with LawDepot?

Certain documents cannot be notarized. This includes copies of vital documents, which are government-issued and contain personal information about a person’s life events. Notary publics cannot verify if a copy of a vital document is true to the original. Only the government agency that issues vital documents can issue certified copies.

LawDepot’s Online Notary cannot notarize copy certification, which is also known as certified copies. Examples of documents LawDepot doesn’t notarize include:

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