Where can I get a document notarized?
The Bristol Town Clerk’s office can notarize documents. The office does not notarize certain documents, such as wills or certify any documents issued by another government agency.
The fee to perform the notary service is $5 per document. The office accepts cash or check only. Debit or credit cards are not accepted at this time.

The person signing the document must provide a minimum of two current forms of identification containing their signature, at least one of which contains their photograph, such as a driver’s license. Social security cards and birth certificates do not qualify as identification.

Please contact the Bristol Town Clerk’s at (860) 584-6200 ext. 0 if you have any questions.

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