Find a Notary Near Me In Indiana

Do you need a reliable notary in Indiana but don't know where to start? The American Association of Notaries offers a user-friendly tool to help you find a notary public in your area. Whether you need a notary for personal or business purposes, the Indiana Notary Locator is here to help. Our database is filled with only the most qualified and professional notaries, so you can trust that your important documents are in good hands.

Use an Indiana Notary Locator to Find a Notary Near You

At AAN, we understand the importance of trustworthy and verified notary services. That's why we offer our Indiana Notary Locator, which allows you to quickly and easily find a professional notary near you. Our locator includes notaries who have had their contact information and credentials verified by us, giving you peace of mind that you're working with a qualified and reliable notary.  There are several advantages to using AAN’s Indiana Notary Locator to search for an Indiana notary public near you:

  • Our database contains a variety of information on all types of notaries, from stationary notaries to mobile notaries to notary signing agents. (A notary signing agent specializes in loan documents. A mobile notary will come to you.)
  • You can search our database by notary name, town, or zip code. 
  • AAN offers notary search options that allow you to filter your results. You can limit your search to only those notaries who have had their credentials and contact information verified. The database will let you know if a notary has a verified commission, errors and omissions insurance, or signing agent credentials. You can also see if the notary public has had a background check to ensure security and reliability.
  • The Indiana Notary Locator provided by AAN is free to use, making it a convenient and cost-effective way to find a notary in the state.

Click here to access the Indiana notary locator to find a notary near you.

Preparing to Meet Your Indiana Notary

Before employing the services of a notary near you, you’ll want to make a few preparations. Here are some tips for preparing to meet your Indiana notary once you have used AAN’s Indiana Notary Locator to find one:

  • Gather all necessary documents and information.
  • Ensure you have proper identification, such as a state-issued driver’s license.
  • Decide whether you need a stationary notary or a mobile notary.
  • Know the number of documents you need notarized and the type of notarial certificate required. Do you need an acknowledgement? An oath? An affirmation? If your document does not have a notarial certificate, please be aware that a notary who is not also an attorney cannot advise you which certificate to choose.  Make sure your document either has a certificate or that you know which kind of certificate you will need.
  • Discuss the fees you will be paying with the notary in advance. In Indiana, the maximum fees a notary may charge are set by law. An Indiana notary cannot charge more than $10 per signature, but some may charge less. Indiana mobile notaries are permitted to charge up to the federal mileage rate for traveling to and from your location. Speak to your notary when you set your appointment to determine what the total fees will be.

Following these above tips can help you have a hassle-free and smooth experience when meeting a notary near you. 

Becoming a Notary in Indiana

If you're interested in becoming an Indiana notary yourself, AAN can help. We've been assisting individuals with the notary application process since 1994 and can guide you every step of the way. Trust in AAN for all your notary needs. Click here for more information on becoming a notary in Indiana. 

Legal Disclaimer: The American Association of Notaries is committed to providing accurate and up-to-date information. However, it is important to note that the information provided on this page is for general informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as legal advice. We do not claim to be attorneys and do not guarantee the accuracy, completeness, or reliability of the information provided. It is your responsibility to know the appropriate notary laws governing your state. You should always seek the advice of a licensed attorney for any legal matters. In no event shall the American Association of Notaries, its employees, or contractors be liable to you for any claims, penalties, losses, damages, or expenses, howsoever arising, including, and without limitation, direct or indirect loss, or consequential loss, out of or in connection with the use of the information contained on any of the American Association of Notaries website pages. Notaries are advised to seek the advice of their state’s notary authorities or attorneys if they have legal questions. 

Indiana notary bonds and errors and omissions insurance policies provided by this insurance agency, the American Association of Notaries, Inc., are underwritten by Western Surety Company (established 1900). Kal Tabbara is a licensed insurance agent in Indiana.