How much does it cost to become a notary in Ohio?

Answer The cost to become a notary in the State of Ohio is $15. There are three specific types of notaries--non-attorney, attorney and Special Police Commission. The fee for each type is the same.Source:O... Read More »

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How much does it cost to become a notary?

The cost of becoming a notary public varies from state to state but typically costs less than $150. In the state of Florida, the filing fee ($39), notary stamp ($16) and four-year, $7,500 insurance... Read More »

How much does a public notary signature cost?

Obtaining a notarized signature need not cost you anything but a trip to your local bank. Most banks will notarize your document free of charge, if you are an account holder. Check with your bank f... Read More »

How much can a notary charge in the state of Ohio?

In the state of Ohio, notaries may charge $1.50 for affidavits and $.10 for each 100 words for a deposition or other statement, according to the General Provisions of the ORC Governing Notaries Pub... Read More »

How much does a divorce cost in Ohio?

While divorce rates vary depending on the type of legal action taken (attorney, online filing, divorce kits), in the state of Ohio a divorce law office will charge anywhere from $1,500 to $2,000 fo... Read More »