Notary Public, State of Tennessee
Executive Director, VOLNOTARY.COM
"I've spent my life serving our nation by serving in, and retiring from, our country's Armed Forces. I consider my notary public work with VOLNOTARY.COM as a way to continue my service and dedication to the public."
To best serve you, we provide our most of our notary services by appointment. FOR EMERGENCY, LAST MINUTE notary services, Call or email and we'll do our best to fit you in as soon as we can, 24/7! The cost is only twenty five dollars per notarization!! (plus a per session $10 convenience fee for business hours, $20 convenience fee for outside of business hours, $30 for emergency service).
Authority: T.C.A. §§ 8-16-301, et seq. (Public Chapter 931, effective April 18, 2018)
Why select VOLNOTARY.COM ?
Bonded and Insured
We are bonded and insured for your peace of mind.
Volnotary.com provides a legal, electronic paper-chain accepted by the State of Tennessee
We can notarize your document within about fiften to thirty minutes, without you leaving your home or office!
Our online notarization process meets the full, legal standard of traditional paper and stamp notarization.
We are patient and understanding with all levels of technical ability. We'll gladly walk you through the online process, from start to finish.
We understand that today's challenges call for today's answers. Using the technology already sitting on your desk to quickly and easily certify your signature allows you to quickly move on to the next step in your plans. Call or email to set up your online notary appointment today!
What is a Notary Public?
A Tennessee notary public is authorized to act in any county in Tennessee and has the power to acknowledge signatures upon personal knowledge or satisfactory proof, to administer oaths, to take depositions, qualify parties to bills in chancery, and to take affidavits. T.C.A. § 8-16-112.
A notary is authorized to take acknowledgments, and to certify the probate or acknowledgment of a deed or other instrument to the county clerk. T.C.A. §§ 66-22-102, 66-22-105
I AM NOT AN ATTORNEY LICENSED TO PRACTICE LAW IN THE STATE OF TENNESSEE, AND I MAY NOT GIVE LEGAL ADVICE OR ACCEPT FEES FOR LEGAL ADVICE. T.C.A. §8-16-401.
"I've dedicated my life to serving the public."
William James Boyd
Executive Director -VOLNOTARY.COM
Laws governing notaries public are constantly changing. To stay current with these laws, VOLNOTARY.COM has joined forces with the American Association of Notaries, a national organization of professional Notaries Public.