Updated: Jan 4, 2022
The Power of Attorney is likely the most common document notarized online by an individual.
Yes, you can have a POA notarized online.
Our notaries are all based in Texas. Your POA will be stamped, signed, and video recorded by the Texas notary assigned to your appointment.
Prepare your POA in advance by filling it out completely. The notary is not an attorney and cannot offer legal advice, so consult with your attorney as you complete the document. You will initial and sign the document online with your notary. Leave those areas blank until your online session begins.