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Online Notary in Colorado

Online Notary, also known as remote online notarization (RON), is our virtual service that allows you to notarize legal documents in Colorado or anywhere else in the United States. Like a traditional notary, online notaries can verify your identity and signature without traveling.

LawDepot’s Online Notary connects you to a notary public for a secure, easy, and accessible way to notarize your documents from work or home.

Online Notary in Colorado is also known as:

  • Virtual notarization
  • Digital notarization

Yes, Colorado is an Online Notary state. The signing of Senate Bill 20-096 implemented the permanent legalization of online notarization as of December 31, 2020.

The bill amends Colo. Rev. Stat. § 24-21-506 and 514.5 to accept remote online notarization as a valid form of acknowledgment for real estate documents, deeds, bonds, and agreements. The permittance of online notarization is supported by the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act, which recognizes an e-signature as a legal form of signing a document. 

With laws in place, like Colo. Rev. Stat. § 24-21-511 and the Full Faith and Credit Clause, a notary performed in one state is considered valid in another. Therefore, citizens of Colorado can utilize online notaries from all over the country.

How much does online notarization cost?

LawDepot’s Online Notary service is just $25 for the first seal and $10 for each additional seal. Notarization can be completed in minutes using your device’s camera and microphone to save Coloradans time on travel.

What documents can Coloradans notarize with LawDepot?

LawDepot’s Online Notary service can notarize several legal documents to validate them for Coloradans. These include:

Documents Coloradans cannot notarize with LawDepot’s Online Notary

There are certain documents that 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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