Kentucky Notary Network‘s notary services make life easier. After your documents are notarized, our members provide loan signers with their own copy of documents and drop them off for timely shipment.
Why do certain documents have to be notarized?
Notarization of a document carries with it a legal effect. Inherently, there are documents that carry legal significance and state governments deem it necessary to appoint trusted individuals to oversee and witness their execution.
Kentucky Notary Network members are among the most experienced and highly-respected notaries across the state. Thinking back on the big events in your life, perhaps you'll remember a notary played an important role – whether it was buying a new house, signing your will or selling a car. It simply makes good sense that when you're dealing with important documents, you want a veteran notary to handle the transaction and that's exactly what you get with the Kentucky Notary Network.
Kentucky Notary Network notary services include, but are not limited to, notarizing signatures on the following documents:
- 401 K Spousal Consent for Withdrawal
- Adoption Application
- Advanced Medical Directives
- Affidavit of Consent for Children Traveling Abroad
- Bill of Sale
- Deed with Lien Retained
- Dispute Credit Card Charges
- Divorce Settlements
- Estate Documents
- Land Contract
- Last Will and Testament*
- Lien Releases
- Living Will (Health Care Directive)
- Loan Documents
- Request for Birth Certificate
- Request for DMV Documents
- School District Affidavit of Residence
- Quit Claim Deed
Other documents may be notarized upon request.
*Must have permission of attorney who drafted the will.
Call today for more information about Non-Notary Services:
- Courier Services
- Process Serving
- Document Recording
- Remote Court Witness