Alaska Notary Acknowledgment Form

Create a high quality document online now!

The Alaska notary acknowledgment form is a certificate affixed to a document which authenticates the signatures provided within the document. Certification of this variety is often required when signing documents of great importance such as a mortgage or living will. The form shall be completed by a notary public or other licensed official who has the authority to acknowledge the authenticity of a signature. Before a notary public may execute the document, they must confirm the identities of the parties and ensure that their signatures are provided willfully. A notary public who has fulfilled their aforementioned duty may complete the notary acknowledgment form to authenticate the signatures of the requesting individuals.

Laws – AS 09.63.100

Notary Handbook – Defines the title of being a notary in Alaska along with the attributed powers, laws, and use in everyday practice.

How to Notarize in Alaska

Step 1 – Use one (1) of the following resources in order to find a notary public in Alaska:

Step 2 – The document you wish to have notarized should be taken to the notary public for review. Depending on the policies of the business, you may be required to supply a processing fee for their services.

Step 3 – At this point, the notary public will ask you to identify yourself by showing an identification document (preferably one that contains your photograph, signature, and physical description). The notary will then make sure that your signature is provided willfully and that you have the competency to do so.

Step 4 – With the previous steps completed, the notary will request that you either sign your documents in front of them, or if your documents already contain your signature, ask that you confirm that validity of the written signature. The process is concluded once the notary public has filled in and stamped the acknowledgment form.

Verify a Notary in Alaska

Step 1 – Begin the verification process by navigating to this webpage.

Step 2 – In the empty spaces below “Search Fields,” describe the notary by providing the following information:

  • Notary type
  • Status
  • Name
  • Commission #
  • Primary city
  • Business name
  • Street address
  • Languages
  • Mobile Notary?

Step 3 – If you are aware of the notary’s commission dates, enter the dates into the applicable empty fields. Click Search when you’re ready to proceed.

Step 4 – Your search results will be presented on the following page. More information on any notary mentioned within the list can be accessed by selecting the individual’s name.

How to Write (For Notary)

Step 1 – Download the Alaska notary acknowledgment form in one (1) of the following formats: Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word, Open Document Text.

Step 2 – Begin filling in the form by providing the name of the county or municipality of acknowledgment. Below that, enter the date of acknowledgment (day, month, year) and the name(s) of the person(s) requesting acknowledgment.

Step 3 – In the remaining spaces, the notary public should provide their signature, title or rank, serial number (if any), and commission expiration date.