Documents We Notarize

STEP ONE: Determine if we are able to notarize your document.

If you see your document below, gather everything you need and then make an appointment.

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We perform the same signature verification service as a U.S. notary public. Common documents include:

  • Real estate documents – purchase or rental agreements, closings, financings, deeds, titles, guarantees, etc.
  • Estate documents – wills, trusts, healthcare proxies, estate settlements, etc.
  • Powers of Attorney
  • Litigation documents – affidavits, settlements, notice of service of process, etc.
  • Pre-Nuptial or Divorce documents
  • Banking documents – account openings, closures, liquidations, or transfers, lost property affidavits, etc.
  • Employee benefits or retirement documents – account openings, closures, liquidations or transfers, beneficiary designations, beneficiary/spousal consents or waivers, etc.
  • Business documents – contracts, bills of sale, formation documents, merger or acquisition agreements, etc.
  • Applications, forms, or letters for governments or professional associations.

To meet the requirements of the French government, U.S. citizens may sign an Attestation tenant lieu de certificat de coutume et de célibat  (PDF-388 KB) attesting that they are free to marry or enter a PACS.

This form does not require notarization by the U.S. Embassy.   If you wish to have your signature legalized you may do so at the local city hall – mairie –  with a valid U.S. passport.

If the mairie insists that the document must be notarized by the Embassy, you may make an appointment for a notary service at the U.S. Embassy in Paris or the U.S. Consulate General in Marseille or Strasbourg.  The consular fee is $50 per seal. Information on scheduling an appointment in Paris, Marseille or Strasbourg is available on the top of this page.

Go to this website page for information and guidelines on marriage and PACs in France.

You may also visit Department of State website for information marriage aboard.

Go to this page to read this information in French.

  • If your child needs a U.S. passport, but only one parent is able to appear, the absent parent may furnish a notarized Statement of Consent (Form DS-3053).
  • There is no notary fee for this service.
  • Each passport holder must schedule an appointment and appear in person.
  • Each passport holder must schedule an appointment and appear in person.
  • More information is available on the ITIN page at IRS.gov.
  • Please refer to the Treasury Direct website for detailed instructions.
  • We are unable to cash your savings bonds – we simply notarize your signature.
  • There is no notary fee for this service.
  • We have drafted blank sworn statements in English (PDF  89 kb) or French  (PDF 155 -kb) that you can complete to meet the requirements of your requesting U.S. or French agency.
  • We can verify your identity, but cannot attest to the truth of the statement you are making.