Wisconsin Online Notary Services

Get your personal or business documents notarized
7 days a week with an online notary

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For Individuals Online Notarization is Legal in All 50 States

Your notary may come from another state.

Seal Online Any Document

Signers can notarize online the majority of documents traditional notaries seal. It includes POA, bills of sale, tax returns, and many more.

Accepted by Wisconsin Counties

More and more counties now accept documents notarized online. To be certain, see the document instructions or check with your county clerk.

How does OneNotary work?

STEP 1 Fill in your email and press the Start button
STEP 2 Follow the link in the email invitation and upload the document for notarization
STEP 3 Identify yourself by answering questions from your history
STEP 4 Meet your notary online for a notarization session
STEP 5 Download the Notarized Documents

Pricing

$ 25 .00

Single document online notarization with one notary certificate

+$10 for every additional certificate

Full Service

The platform provides forms, notarization services, and a digital copy. One platform – one easy to use notarized document

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an online notary?

An online notary is someone who is able to notarize documents online. There are numerous situations where you might need a public notary, and you might be used to going to a local law office or bank to find one. Now, it is possible for you to go through the same process online by meeting with an online notary public.

Is online notary legal in Wisconsin?

Yes, an online notary is legal in Wisconsin. You should take a look at the document closely to see what has to happen before you can submit it to the proper authority. Even though an online notary is legal in Wisconsin, you still need to be aware of what you need to do before you can submit the document. An online notary can walk you through the process.

What documents can be notarized remotely?

There are numerous documents that can be notarized using an online service such as OneNotary. For example, you might have documents that need to be submitted to the court system. Or, you might have a document that must be submitted to an educational institution. These are examples of documents that you can notarize online using OneNotary. If you can notarize the documents using a physical public notary, then you can go through the same process online.

How to get something notarized in Wisconsin online

You need to take a look at the calendar first. That way, you can take a look at the available time slots and find someone who is free to help you. Then, you need to sign up for that slot and upload the documents for review via the email link you receive. Then, when it is time for your visit, you will communicate with the notary using video conferencing software. He or she will walk you through the process, and then your online notary will notarize your documents for you. When your documents are ready for download, you’ll receive a link telling you you can do so.

What happens during an online notarization session?

During a session with an online notary, there are several important points to keep in mind. First, your online notary is responsible for making sure that you are entering into the agreement of your own free will and volition. The online notary will also make sure you understand the implications of the document you are signing. The online notary also acts as a representative of the state to make sure that you are who you say you are.

How do I download the notarized document?

After the session is over, it will take a few minutes for the online notary to review the document and notarize it appropriately. Then, he or she will send you an email when your notarized document is ready for download. Download the document and take a closer look at it. Make sure it has been notarized appropriately. Then, you can submit it to the proper authority.

How much can an online notary charge in Wisconsin?

An online notary can charge no more than $5 for most notarial acts that are performed in person. If the session is taking place online, the online notary is limited to $25 for each service. Because there is a wide range, you need to make sure you understand exactly how much you are paying for the service. Always verify the cost before you decide to move forward with the session.

How safe is a virtual notarization?

Working with a virtual notary is very safe as long as you are going through a platform that has the right security measures in place. For example, if you are looking for a platform that has the strongest cybersecurity measures, then you should choose OneNotary. All software and hardware are updated routinely to make sure you are protected.

Why should I choose an online notary?

There are several reasons why you should decide to go through this process online. First, you can save a lot of time because you don’t have to worry about going from place to place looking for a public notary. Second, you can save money because you might not have to take time off work to find someone to notarize your documents.

How do I sign a document during a virtual notary session?

There are a few ways you can sign a document during a virtual notary session. First, you might be able to download the document, print it off, sign it, and send it back. Second, you might be able to notarize a document using an electronic signature. Your online notary will let you know exactly what you need to do.

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