notary bonds

A great deal of legal authority is put into the hands of notaries. Because of this, many states require that notaries file a surety bond to ensure they’ll perform their duties ethically and according to law. In most cases, notaries must post a surety bond before they can be legally licensed.

Click the button below to submit an application to our partners at CNA Surety; upon submission, Biggs’ bond department will review and be in touch.

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Important Notice to Our Customers and Partners

REGARDING COVID-19: as Clark County enters Phase 2, we are pleased to once again allow on-premises visits from our customers. However, many of our crew will continue to primarily opt for telework for the time being, and we are limiting building capacity to 50%.

Therefore we prefer that you make an appointment in advance so you can be assured your representative will be present.

We are taking every precaution to make sure our building is safe for everyone. Our phones remain staffed from 8:30am-5pm, M-F, and if you want to email your representative directly but don’t have their info, you may find it here.

Thank you for your patience.