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where to get something notarized at night?

DH and I are picking up a form tonight around 6:30pm that we need to get notarized.  It would be great if we could find a place to get it notarized tonight, as the office we're delivering the signed form to, opens at 8am tomorrow.

We are down to 1 car until we buy DH a replacement (car accident, found out yesterday car is a total loss), so I'm driving him to work.  He has to be with me when we bring the signed form in, so I want to avoid dropping him off at work, then picking him up again mid-day to run this errand. 

If I could get the form notarized tonight so both of us can drop it off at 8am tomorrow on his way to work that would be great.  I took the day off and he's out of vacation days.

So, where can I get something notarized at night?  Does Walmart or Target offer a service like this at their customer service counter?  I know they do wire transfers - which is why I ask.  If not, do any other places come to mind?  We likely won't be able to get anywhere until 6:30-7pm.

Thanks!

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Re: where to get something notarized at night?

  • In NY, many attorneys are notaries, because attorneys can just pay a fee and skip the exam.  DH is one, and is happy to notarize things for friends/family at odd times, they just drop over.  Is it the same in your state, and do you have any attorney friends?
  • Are there any UPS stores open late in your area?  They have notaries -- though I would confirm that one will be there after 6:00,
  • I've gotten something notarized at a UPS store.  So maybe try there or a Kinkos.
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  •  I have a family member that is a real estate agent who is also a notary.  She meets people/friends often to do this.  Do you know anyone?
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  • I think many places like the UPS store and Kinkos offer Notary services.
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  • The local pharmacist at home used to also be a notary.  Not sure if that is the norm or not, but I know it was nice b/c they were open until 8.

    Do you have any banks with later hours?  

  • image Susie Derkins:
    In NY, many attorneys are notaries, because attorneys can just pay a fee and skip the exam.  DH is one.  Is it the same in your state, and do you have any attorney friends?

    Only at work, but we would have already left work and headed in the opposite direction.  We have notaries at work, but most people won't be here tomorrow, and definitely not before 8am.  Again, though, work is in the opposite direction than the place we need to go to drop off the form, so it's not like we can push the timing off to get it signed at work first.  ugh

    Thanks, though.

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  • I once got something notarized pretty late at one of those payday loan/check cashing places.
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  • Hey, I think the Kinkos near us has extended hours. I'll check.  If not, I'll check ths UPS store hours.

    Great suggestions, thank you!

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  • There are a few Kinko's options that would probably work for us, as they close at 7pm and open at 7am.

    Thanks so much!

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    These options might not help you, but you could try the UPS store.  I always get mine done at my credit union, but obviously during business hours.  I've never seen one at a store (i.e., Target).  If you have a lawyer, you could go there during lunch.     
     
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  • I'd start asking around if anyone is, or knows of, a notary. Perhaps someone has a friend or a spouse that you could meet with personally after hours to get it handled.

    My old office manager was one, as is my mom's next door neighbor. I'd go that route vs. finding one somewhere on staff .

  • My public library offers free notary services and they are open until 9:00 p.m.
  • Banks, insurance agents too.
  • image Golfer'sLady:

    I'd start asking around if anyone is, or knows of, a notary. Perhaps someone has a friend or a spouse that you could meet with personally after hours to get it handled.

    My old office manager was one, as is my mom's next door neighbor. I'd go that route vs. finding one somewhere on staff .

     

    Ditto

    You'd be surprised how many people are notaries !

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