DocVerify Electronic Notary system allows notorial acts to be completed electronically without any paper. It serves as a powerful form of authentication for documents that require a notary. Commissioned notary publics can easily use DocVerify to electronically notarize documents for their clients in states that allow them or use DocVerify's powerful electronic journal system instead of their paper based journals. Individuals or businesses can directly contact notaries in the DocVerify system to have documents electronically notarized for them. DocVerify is a member of the Notary Trust Registry, and your e-Notarized documents are also automatically registered with the Notary Trust Registry for you ensuring trust. Best of all... No additional hardware or software required.
DocVerify's robust e-notary features highest level of security and tamper evident technologies to help you minimize certain types of liabilities that can potentially result into legal disputes. It will provide you with the proof you need when you need it most. Don't be a victim of frivolous lawsuits.
DocVerify's e-notary is legally binding in states that allow electronic notaries, such as: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas , Maryland, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, Ohio, Oregon, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin. Some states such as Virginia will even allow you to remotely notarize documents from a web cam.