15+ Notaries Open on Sunday: Hours, Services, etc Detailed

Short Answer: You can get a document notarized on Sunday at places like check-cashing stores, hotels, public libraries, or you can use a mobile notary service to get a notary to come to you. Some places may offer the service for free, but a mobile notary will likely charge a fee (regulated by the state) for their service and travel. For more about where to get a document notarized on Sunday, see below.

Notaries Open on Sunday

Below, we provide the list of places where you can get documents notarized on a Sunday, along with information on notary fees, locations, and services provided.

Check Cashing Stores

Amscot

  • Notary fees: Varies, but typically charges the state minimum. Call (800) 801-4444 or visit your nearest location for details on notary fees.
  • Sunday hours: Typically 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., though many locations are open 24 hours
  • Source: Customer service representative
  • Find your nearest Amscot

PLS Check Cashing

  • Notary fees: Varies, but typically charges the state minimum. Call or visit your nearest location for details on notary fees.
  • Sunday hours: Most locations open 24 hours
  • Source: Customer service representative
  • Find your nearest PLS Check Cashing

USA Check Cashing Store

  • Notary fees: Varies, but typically charges the state minimum. Call or visit your nearest location for details on notary fees.
  • Sunday hours: Typically 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., though some stores are closed on Sundays.
  • Source: Customer service representative
  • Find your nearest USA Check Cashing Store

Hotels

If you happen to be staying at a hotel on a weekend, many hotel chains provide notary services for their guests seven days a week. Unfortunately, hotels won’t offer these services to non-guests.

Here are the hotels that provide guest notary services on Sundays:

Hilton Hotels

Marriott Hotels

Omni Hotels and Resorts

Walt Disney World Resort Hotels

Mobile Notaries

For areas where there are no other places with notary services open on Sunday, you can find a mobile notary in your area. Mobile notaries will come to your home or business to notarize a document, and most of them provide services after-hours and on weekends.

However, it’s important to note that mobile notary fees are often higher than the state maximum. In addition to the standard state notary fee, mobile notaries typically also charge fees to compensate them for their time and/or travel. In some states, they use a per-mile fee plus the standard state fee; in others, mobile notaries can set their own fees. If you’re concerned with fees, see our article covering how much it costs to get something notarized.

DocPros Nationwide Notaries

  • Notary services offered: Single transactions, real estate documents
  • Sunday hours: Any time by appointment
  • Locations served: Nationwide
  • Source: DocPros website
  • Request a signing (click on Contact at the upper right)

Nationwide Signing Services

  • Notary services offered: Legal documents, loan closings, real estate documents
  • Sunday hours: Any time by appointment with 24/7 customer service, Quick Response, and Last Minute service availability
  • Locations served: Nationwide
  • Source: Nationwide Signing Services website
  • Request a signing

Notaries247.com

  • Notary services offered: All documents, specializing in real estate
  • Sunday hours: Any time by appointment; last-minute availability
  • Locations served: Nationwide
  • Source: Notaries247.com website
  • Request a signing

Notaries to You

Notarize

  • Notary services offered: Title, escrow, mortgage document
  • Sunday hours: Any time with online notorization via video chat
  • Locations served: Nationwide
  • Source: Notarize website
  • Request a signing (free account creation required)
  • NOTE: Charges a flat fee of $25 per notorization

NotaryASAP.com

  • Notary services offered: Loan documents, miscellaneous documents
  • Sunday hours: Any time by appointment
  • Locations served: Specializes in California, but can cover most of the nation
  • Source: NotaryASAP.com website
  • Request a signing

Prestige Notaries

  • Notary services offered: Real estate, power of attorney, loan documents, miscellaneous documents
  • Sunday hours: Any time by appointment
  • Locations served: Nationwide
  • Source: Prestige Notaries website
  • Request a signing

Sunshine Signing Connection, Inc.

  • Notary services offered: Legal documents, real estate, miscellaneous documents
  • Sunday hours: Any time by appointment; last-minute availability
  • Locations served: Nationwide, including rural areas
  • Source: Sunshine Signing Connection website
  • Request a signing (free account creation required)

Miscellaneous Places

There are a few other places that are open on Sundays and typically offer notary services.

Drugstores/Pharmacies

Some national drugstores and pharmacies have notaries on staff.  We contacted several national pharmacy chain locations and found some that offer notary services:

  • Rite Aid: Some locations have a notary public on staff. Typical Sunday hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., though some stores are open later. Contact your nearest Rite Aid to find out if they offer notary services.
  • Walgreens: Some locations have a notary public on staff. Typical Sunday hours are 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.. Contact your nearest Walgreens to find out if they offer notary services.

We found that CVS drugstores do not generally have notary services available at their stores.

Hospitals

Hospitals do not typically have notaries on staff, but many contract with notary service providers and/or will bring in an independent notary as needed. Hospitals operate on Sundays, so if you are at a hospital on Sunday and require a notary service, you can check with the service desk to find out how to get a notary to come to you.

Public Libraries

Most libraries are open on Sundays (possibly with limited hours), and many have notaries on staff at the customer service desk. The service is typically free, so if you need to get something notarized on a Sunday, you can call ahead to your local library, then take your documents there.

What Do You Need to Bring to a Notary?

Notarized signatures are required for certain types of documents. This commonly includes legal documents, wills, power of attorney papers, medical documents, mortgages and deeds, various affidavits, vehicle titles (in some states), contracts, and more.

So the first thing you’ll need to bring with you to a notary is the document itself. Keep in mind that in order to be legal, you must sign the document in the presence of the notary, who is required to witness your signature. If you need to have a document notarized, don’t sign it before you visit a notary.

In addition to your document, you’ll need:

  • A valid form of identification: Acceptable forms of ID for notary public services include your driver’s license or non-driver ID, U.S. passport, military ID, or resident alien identification card (green card).
  • Notary fee: In some cases, you can get a document notarized for free — many banks and credit unions provide this service. Other times you may be charged a small fee, which varies by state. You can find out more about notary fees in our article about how much it costs to get something notarized.

In Summary

It is possible to get a document notarized on a Sunday at places like check-cashing stores, pharmacies, hotels, and libraries. Many places offer the service for free, but mobile notaries that come to you will charge a fee for their services and travel.

For more about notary services, check out our articles with the list of more than 30 places to get something notarized and where you can get a document notarized on Saturday.