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Welcome to the 123notary.com Washington mobile notary page. Find a Washington Notary Public by city, county, or zip code by clicking on the links below. Find a WA notary who accepts edocs using the search bar above. Get listed as a Washington notary public with us today! Click on the advertise with us link at the top of the page to sign up. You can find additional search methods for finding a notary in Washington on the advanced search page.

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WA - notary public website
Please visit our state notary division contact page to find contact information for the Washington notary division.

WA - Mobile Notary Fees
A Washington mobile notary public may charge any travel fee they feel is appropriate. The customer and the notary must agree upon the travel fee beforehand. Also, the notary must explain that the travel fee is in addition to the notary fee which is not required by law.

Washington Notary Fees
Acknowledgments or Verification upon Oath or Affirmation $10.00 
Jurats $10.00 
Oaths & Affirmations $10.00 
Protests $10.00 plus $10,00 for being present upon demand, tender or deposit. 
Certifying an Affidavit $10.00 
Witnessing a Signature $10.00 
Attesting a Signature $10.00 


Commission Information
Bond Amount $10,000.00 
Application Fee $30.00 
Official Seal Required 
Official Journal Not Required 
Commission: Term of Office 4 Years 


WA - Other Information of Interest
Can I notarize my relative's or spouse's signature?

The law requires your seal or stamp to include your last name, and at least the initials of your first and middle names. You must sign your documents the same as your seal/stamp and certificates. For more information, see RCW 42.44.050.

Acknowledged Signatures
If a signer claims they are not capable of signing their own name for an Acknowledgment, the notary must determine if they really can not sign their name, and make a note of this in the Acknowledgment form and state that this signature by x procedure is authorized based on RCW 64.08.100. The notary must also identify the individual signing by x.

For Acknowledgments with physically able signers, the notary must identify the signer based on satisfactory evidence or based on knowing the signer.

Witnessing and Attesting to Signatures
When witnessing or attesting to a signature, the notary must determine if the signature is the real signature of the person present, and that the person is named in the document.

Dual State Notary Commission Information
It is common for Oregon and Idaho residents living near the border of Washington to become a Washington notary public. If you are an Oregon notary, or an Idaho notary, please contact the Washington notary division today to start your application process.
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