Alabama Notary Bonding & Supplies Shop
Notary Public Underwriters provides fast and friendly service to Alabama notaries statewide. We provide you with everything you need to become an Alabama notary public or renew your Alabama notary commission including the required 4-year $25,000 notary bond, county filing fee, and Alabama approved rectangular self-inking notary stamp. Don't be fooled by companies that say full service, Notary Public Underwriters files your notary application for you and provides all required and any additional notary supplies that you may desire.
We also offer Alabama Notary Errors and Omissions Insurance that protects notaries from innocent or unintentional mistakes. Reminder, the required notary bond only protects the public. Visit our Notary Insurance page to learn more about the benefits of carrying an errors & omissions policy.
Notaries in Alabama are commissioned by the probate judges of the county in which the applicant resides. The judge reports to the Secretary of State the name, county, date of issuance and date of expiration of the commission of each notary appointed under the law. The duties and responsibilities of notaries can be found in the Code of Alabama. The governing statutes for notaries are available online courtesy of the Alabama legislature.
Qualifications to become an Alabama notary public:
You must be 18 years of age
You must be a resident of Alabama
Notary Public Underwriters is a leading producer of stamps and embossing products in the United States. We offer a variety of notary stamp options for Alabama notaries as well as other notary supplies that may be necessary to successfully perform your notarial duties. Notary Public Underwriters now produces custom stamps, name badges, and other personalized products to anyone in the state of Alabama. We produce all stamps and seals in our Production Department that allows us to provide you fast turnaround and accuracy of order.
Additional information about your duties as a Alabama notary public can be found in our FAQ section and the Alabama Notary Forum. The notary forum was created to provide our customers and Alabama notaries a space to freely discuss ideas, thoughts and experiences in the notary industry, we hope you enjoy it. Don't be afraid to start your own discussion thread today!