A Notary Public serves as a neutral witness to the signing of documents. A notary makes sure that signers are who they say they are and have entered into agreements knowingly and willingly.
$5 Notary fee is charged per signature
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$15 travel fee
$5 Notary Feee
$20 travel fee
$5 Notary fee
$15 travel fee
$10 Notary Fee
$6 authorized agent signature fee
$15 Travel fee
There is an additional fee for notary services needed on holidays.
$5+ Travel Fee TBD
I do travel outside of the Colorado Springs Area. Mileage is billed at $.58 per mile after the 20 mile range
Affirmation: A solemn declaration that the information contained in the document is true and accurate, made by persons who decline taking an oath for religious or conscientious reasons. An affirmation is equivalent to an oath and is just as binding.
Oath: A solemn, formal declaration or promise to tell the truth, made before a notary public, under penalty of perjury. Traditionally, the oath invokes reference to a deity (“under God”) as witness.
An acknowledgment is a signed statement by the notary that the signer (1) personally appeared before the notary, (2) was positively identified by the notary, and (3) acknowledged having signed the document.
A power of attorney grants authority to one individual to handle the affairs of another individual, and to enter into legal and financial agreements on that person's behalf. Powers of attorney may be unlimited or limited in scope.
21 and Up Only
Key Employee: Necessary for employees that make operational or management decisions that directly impact the business. An example of such an employee is a master grower that determines what or how much of a particular strain to produce.
Application fee $250
Support Employee: Necessary for employees that work within the business but do not make operational decisions. An example of such an employee would be a budtender - the majority of occupational license holders are in this category.
Application fee $75
Both license types are good for two years from the date on which the license badge is issued.
If you are interested in obtaining a MED Occupational License please download the Occupational License Application and review it carefully to ensure you are eligible to hold this type of MED license.
A document that is signed by a public official as a true copy of the original document that is held in the office of the public official, or a copy of the original which is certified to be a true copy by a notary public. Certified copies of some documents can only be obtained from the office of the public official in which the original is held. Examples include birth certificates, death certificates, and marriage certificates. Colorado notaries cannot certify copies of these documents.
A deposition is a witness's sworn out-of-court testimony. It is used to gather information as part of the discovery process and, in limited circumstances, may be used at trial.
Contracts and other documents....
A common-law marriage in Colorado is valid for all purposes, the same as a ceremonial marriage. Only death or divorce can terminate it.
The common-law elements of a valid marriage are that the couples (1) are free to contract a valid ceremonial marriage, i.e., they are not already married to someone else; (2) hold themselves out as husband and wife; (3) consent to the marriage; (4) live together; and (5) have the reputation in the community as being married.
The single most important element under the common law was the mutual consent of a couple presently to be husband and wife. All the rest were considered evidence of this consent or exchange of promises. No time requirement exists other than the time necessary to establish these circumstances. When proof of common law marriage is required, such as by an insurance company, a signed affidavit can be presented.
An e-notarization is a document in electronic format that is signed and notarized electronically, then filed or transmitted electronically to its intended destination. They may be used in transactions between private parties who agree to it (such as a contract that is notarized and then e-mailed between the parties).
The signer must appear in the physical presence of the notary to affirm, swear, or acknowledge the document being notarized.
The Clerk and Recorder of the county where the documents were originally recorded must certify documents regarding real property, marriages, or divorces.
In the case of divorce, the Clerk of the Court that issued the Decree of Dissolution of Marriage can provide a certified copy of the order.
The Vital Records section of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment is the only place to get official copies of birth or death certificates.
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services provides certified copies of Certificates of Naturalization. See "How Do I Obtain Certified True Copies of a Certificate of Naturalization?" on the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website.
"I AM NOT AN ATTORNEY LICENSED
TO PRACTICE LAW IN THE STATE OFCOLORADO AND I MAY NOT GIVE LEGAL ADVICE
OR ACCEPT FEES FOR LEGAL ADVICE.I AM NOT AN IMMIGRATION CONSULTANT, NOR
AM I AN EXPERT ON IMMIGRATION MATTERS. IF YOU SUSPECT FRAUD, YOU MAY
CONTACT THE COLORADO ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE OR THE COLORADO