Public Notary

Mukwonago Community Library offers free notary services to the public. Notary services are provided by appointment. Walk-in appointments may be taken, but it’s best to call ahead at (262) 363-6411 to determine if a notary is available.

People seeking notarizations must bring with them their unsigned documents, valid photo identification, and any witnesses required. Photo IDs must be current and in a language the notary understands. If an ID is not familiar to the notary, the notary has the option to refuse acceptance.

Please be aware that MCL notaries follow these guidelines:

  • Notaries may decline to notarize a document if it is prepared in an unfamiliar format to the notary.
  • Notaries may decline to notarize a document if they are uncertain of the identity or mental capacity of the signer.
  • Notarizations of wills and deeds are done solely at the discretion of the notary.
  • Notaries do not act as authorized representatives for employers to verify employment eligibility.
  • By law, Wisconsin notaries are not authorized to certify true copies of birth, death, or marriage certificates.
  • Photo identification should be provided by all signers. Acceptable forms of ID include:
    • United States passport
    • Certificate of United States citizenship
    • Certificate of Naturalization
    • State-issued Driver’s License
    • State-issued Identification Card
    • Uniformed Services Identification Card.
  • Documents presented must be in English and able to be read by the Notary Public on duty.

A notary public is not trained or certified to practice law. Therefore, notaries are unable to provide assistance in prescribing or determining the particular document a customer may need; selecting the type of notarization or certificate for a given document; preparing a document, or giving advice on how to fill out, draft, or complete a document, or providing legal counseling or advice in a legal matter that may or may not involve a notarial act.