Notary Public

Notary Services in Cañon City

Notary Public Service in Cañon CityAt DARE Print & Sign Co. we offer Notary services at our location in in Cañon City, Colorado. We offer mobile notary services for those living in Fremont County.

We specialize in notarizing all types of legal documents such as Real Estate Documents, Power of Attorney, Wills and Trusts, Contracts and Agreements, Affidavits, Medical Documents, Vehicle Transfers, etc

Colorado Notary Pricing

By Colorado law, the maximum fee allowed for a notarization is $15 per document and includes: Receiving evidence of the signer's identity, Administering an oath or affirmation (if applicable), and. Applying the signature, notarial certificate, and stamp of the notary to the document. If your documents require witnesses, you need to bring them with you.

Oath, affirmation, acknowledgment, paper documents $5 per document
More than two documents with same signatures, the fee for the additional documents $4 per document
Administer oath or affirmation, for an affidavit, deposition, oath of office, no documents $5 per document
Certified copy, (no vital records or publicly recordable docs), copy of journal entry $5 per document

Mobile Notary Service Fees

All Mobile Notary Service appointments must be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance. Full travel fee is due if we begin travel and you do not cancel before we leave. We are not offering Remote Online Notary (RON) services.

Standard travel fee, to home, business, law firm, coffee shop, restaurant, shipping service - in Cañon City / Florence $30 per trip
Medical/senior care travel fee, to hospital, nursing home, rehab, therapy, assisted living, etc. $40 per trip
Travel fees for long-distance, extended, and rural destinations, outside Cañon City From $45 per trip
Extra time/mileage fee, more than 20 miles or more than 30 minutes one way $0.60 per mile/minute
Extra fee for travel/weather advisory, accident alert, heavy rain, snow, hail or ice on roads, disaster, unsafe/hazardous conditions $25 or Cancel/Reschedule
Security checkpoint fee, for visitor check-in, registration, ID check, gear locker, or access to military base, gated entrance or another secure facility $5 per trip

Documents Colorado Notaries Cannot Notarize

  • Vital Records:
    Colorado notaries cannot notarize birth certificates, death certificates, and marriage certificates. These documents are typically certified by the issuing agency and do not require a notary's authentication.

  • Self-Authenticating Documents:
    Certain documents, such as public records, are considered self-authenticating. These do not require a notary's verification.

  • Incomplete Documents:
    A notary in Colorado must decline to notarize any document that is incomplete or has blank spaces that could be filled in after the notarization.

  • Documents Without a Willing Signer:
    If the signer of a document is not present or unwilling to sign, a Colorado notary cannot legally notarize the document.

  • Documents with Unclear Purposes:
    If a document's purpose or legality is unclear, a notary must refrain from notarizing it.

  • Foreign Language Documents Without a Clear Translation:
    If a document is not in English and lacks a clear, accurate translation, a Colorado notary may be unable to notarize it.

  • Illegal or Fraudulent Documents:
    Any document that is illegal, fraudulent, or involves illegal activities cannot be notarized.

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