American Association of Notaries

American Association of Notaries

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American Association of Notaries

The American Association of Notaries has been a trusted resource for notary professionals since 1995. Notary public courses are designed for all levels of interest, from experienced to newly commissioned notaries.

Would you like to become a notary public? The American Association of Notaries has trained and provided support to thousands of notaries throughout the United States.

The American Association of Notaries is committed to making your experience as a notary public a rewarding one. Convenient and affordable online notary courses are designed for all levels of interest, from experienced to aspiring notaries. If you want to become a notary, the AAN is available to help.

The American Association of Notaries offers a complete line of notary supplies, including bonds and errors and omissions (E&O) insurance policies. The association keeps its growing roster of members up to date on United States notary laws through informational courses, educational materials, and online newsletters.

The American Association of Notaries is dedicated to providing notaries with the tools and knowledge needed to perform notarial duties throughout the country. A wide variety of educational materials and business tools are provided to ensure that notaries are equipped to perform notarial acts in accordance with the notary laws of their respective states.

Become a Notary or Renew Your Commission

Notary laws and requirements vary from state to state. Once you become a notary, you’ll want to stay up to date on the latest laws and regulations affecting your commission. The American Association of Notaries has a number of tools in place to assure that notaries in all 50 states are aware of the latest trends and laws.

Convenient and economical notary courses, home study materials, and informative newsletters ensure that notaries are equipped to perform notarial acts in accordance with the laws of their respective states. The American Association of Notaries is dedicated to providing notaries with the tools and knowledge they need for success.

Texas Notary Course
You are eligible to become a notary if you are at least 18 years of age, a legal resident of Texas, and have not been convicted of a felony or a crime involving moral turpitude. Sign up today, and in as few as three hours you can earn a Certificate of Completion for the Texas Notary Course.

Texas Notary Course

The Texas Notary Course provides current and prospective notaries with the skills and knowledge needed to perform notarial duties in accordance with state notary laws. The course is economical as well as convenient. Why hassle with traveling and being on a rigid schedule? Learn at your own pace on your home computer, at a tremendous cost savings over a live class. The Texas Notary Course offers expert training on notarial procedures, and clearly defines Texas notary laws.

Here are a few highlights of what the course covers:

  • Valid Forms of Acceptable Identification for Signers

  • Permissable Fees for Notarial Acts

  • Steps for Making Entries in a Notary Journal

  • Avoiding Liability and Protecting Yourself

  • Procedures for Maintaining a Notary Commission

The Texas Notary Law Primer

by National Notary Association

Texas Notary Law Primer (2014) by National Notary AssociationThe Texas Notary Law Primer (2014) by National Notary Association

All States Notary Course
Would you like to become a notary public? Eligibility requirements vary from state to state. In most cases, notaries are commissioned by the Secretary of State. Consult your own state’s official website for guidance. The All State Notary Course provides current and prospective notaries with the skills and knowledge needed to perform notarial duties in accordance with state notary laws.

All States Notary Course

Notary public training requirements vary from state to state. For example, in California, notaries are required to pass a state proctored exam, even when renewing a commission. In North Dakota, there is no education requirement when applying for a notary public commission.

In situations where there is no education requirement, a newly commissioned notary is often forced to rely on the state’s notary public FAQ page for information and guidance.

The All State Notary Course, written by experts in the notary field, was designed to fill this void and offer notaries a proper foundation on which to build a successful and risk-free notary public business. The course is also beneficial to employers who hire notaries to perform notary work on their behalf.

The All State Notary Course is a wise and affordable investment in your notary public business. Sign up today, and in as few as three hours you can earn a Certificate of Completion.

U.S. Notary Law Primer

by National Notary Association

U.S. Notary Law Primer (2014) by National Notary AssociationThe U.S. Notary Law Primer (2014) by National Notary Association

Contact the American Association of Notaries

In 1995 the American Association of Notaries began as a membership organization for notaries in the state of Texas. Today the AAN supports notaries throughout the United States.

The American Association of Notaries offers a number of membership benefits, including generous discounts on notary supplies and training materials, marketing tools, and informative newsletters.

Visit American Association of Notaries for a list of membership benefits.

The association represents its membership on a national scale by advocating for stronger notary laws. Join the American Association of Notaries and be part of a respected organization that promotes the office of notary public nationwide.

Shop for Legal Forms and More

General Affidavit, Power of Attorney, Last Will and Testament, Living Will, Real Estate Deed, Promissory Note, Premarital Agreement, Residential Rental Agreement, and more. California state laws prohibit notaries from choosing or completing legal documents for their clients.

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