Professional Services With A Personal Touch
We charge $10.00 per notary. We also have a notary available for documents in Spanish, by appointment only. We are not allowed as notaries to sign I-9s pursuant to the Arizona Secretary of State. We do not provide these services at our Phoenix location.
Mesa Office – 480-307-9306 – Witnesses Available by Appointment
The Court Center
1837 S. Mesa Dr., #C100
Mesa, Arizona 85210
Kellie DiCarlo (152199)
Melanie Vache (340497)
Nicole Panzella (339959)
Alyssa Esquer (203320910)
Maite Perez Martinez (333232)
Fees Schedule Posted pursuant to R2-12-1102
|acknowledgment or jurat||$10.00||per notary public signature|
|copy certification||$10.00||per page certified|
|oath or affirmation||$10.00||per notarial act|
Attention Customer: Fees charged by an Arizona Notary Public may vary from “no charge” up to $10.00
An Arizona Notary Public May Charge the Following Fees: Posted pursuant to A.R.S. § 38-412
|acknowledgment or jurat||up to $10.00||per notary public signature|
|copy certification||up to $10.00||per page certified|
|oath or affirmation||up to $10.00||per notarial act|
If witnesses are required, we charge $45.00 for each document and will cap this at three documents. We also provide copies at no additional charge. This service is available by appointment only to ensure we have witnesses available.
Satisfactory Evidence of Identity Pursuant to the Arizona Secretary of State:
1. PERSONAL KNOWLEDGE OF THE INDIVIDUAL BY THE NOTARY
Requirements: A notary can use personal knowledge of the signer if the notary has known the individual for a sufficient length of time and the notary is assured that the signer has the identity claimed. In such instances, the notary does not need to request other forms of identification from the individual.
2. DRIVER LICENSE OR NONOPERATING IDENTIFICATION LICENSE
Issued by: A state or territory of the United States.
3. U.S. PASSPORT
Issued by: The United States Department of State
4. ARMED FORCES IDENTIFICATION CARD
Issued by: Any branch of the United States Armed Forces.
5. INMATE IDENTIFICATION CARD OR ANY FORM OF INMATE IDENTIFICATION
Requirements: Inmate must be in custody of State Department of Corrections or County Sheriff’s Dept. Issued by: Arizona Department of Corrections or County Sheriff’s Department
6. OTHER GOVERNMENT ISSUED IDENTIFICATION CARDS
Requirements: Unexpired; contains the customer’s photograph, signature and physical description
including: height, weight, eye color, and hair color.
Issued by: The United States government; a state or U.S. territory, or tribal government.
7. CREDIBLE PERSON
If a notary does not know the signer personally and the signer does not have valid ID the notary can use a credible person to identify the signer.
A credible person must be someone who knows the signer personally. Some state’s refer to a credible person as a credible witness [A.R.S. § 41-311(11)(A)(vii) and (viii)].
There are two types of credible persons:
1. The first is someone whom the notary knows and who knows the signer. Satisfactory evidence of identity of the credible person in this case is personal knowledge. The credible person is then placed under oath to swear or affirm that the signer has the identity claimed.
2. The second is someone whom the notary does not know personally but who personally knows the signer. The credible person must present the notary with an ID card that meets the requirements listed on page 18.
RECORD THE TRANSACTION: The notary must list in the journal the type of satisfactory evidence of identity used for the credible person, and obtain the credible person’s full name, signature and address, as well as all necessary journal elements for the signer
Note that in both cases the credible person must always know the signer.
Credible Person Documentation
RECORD THE TRANSACTION: If a notary public uses a credible person as satisfactory evidence of identity the credible person must:
Be placed under oath to affirm that the signer has the identity claimed. Examples of oaths to affirm a credible person are on page 30.
Sign the notary public’s journal
The signer must also:
Sign the notary public’s journal
ADDITIONAL SERVICES WE PROVIDE: