What Documents Can Be Notarized Online in Texas?


By NotaryLive Staff

Published on 07/27/2021

Texas was one of the very first adopters of Remote Online Notarization (RON) in the U.S., permitting online notarization since January of 2018. While many states started to allow remote online notarization as a safety measure to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, Texas legislators saw the benefits of RON even before that. While residents of Texas have been able to enjoy the convenience and security of RON for a few years now, many are still wondering what documents can be notarized online in Texas.

While there are specific laws about becoming a state-registered online notary in Texas, the good news is that if you want your document notarized in Texas, you can be located anywhere. It’s the notary that needs to be located in Texas. 

Some of the most common notarization options in Texas are...

  • Abstracts of Judgement
  • Affidavits
  • Agreements
  • Appointments
  • Assignments
  • Bankruptcy
  • Bonds
  • Consent forms
  • Deeds
  • Divorce papers
  • Liens
  • Marriage Licenses
  • Mortgages
  • Notices
  • Oil gas mineral releases
  • Permits
  • Power of Attorney
  • Releases

... And many more documents and official statements!

A full breakdown of Texas counties and which documents they can electronically file for Remote online Notarization is available.

If you would like to have one of these documents notarized in Texas, all you have to do is...

  1. Upload Your Document
  2. Verify Your Identity
  3. Connect with Your Live Online Notary
  4. Download/Print Your Document

To get started, you can click the button below.

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If you would like to become a remote online notary in Texas, you can check out this guide for more information.

If you would like to check the status of Remote Online Notarization in another state, check out our article, “Does My State Allow Remote Online Notarization?

Updated Date: 09/21/2023




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