Notary Public Information

A notary public is not trained or authorized to assist persons in the execution of wills.
The Town Clerk’s Office offers notary services for most documents with the following exceptions: I-9's, wills, land record power of attorney, any documents relating to real estate transactions, and documents to be filed on the Plainville land records.

Connecticut law requires that the signer of the document to be notarized provides the notary with at least 2 forms of identification (unless the notary personally knows the signer) containing the individual’s signature, at least 1 of which also contains the photograph of the signer, or a physical description. 
(Social Security cards and birth certificates are not to be used as a form of identification.)

There is a $5 fee for each notarized signature