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The Alabama Secretary of State, Administrative Services is responsible for maintaining notaries public records of appointment and commissioning. The Secretary of State does not appoint or commission of notaries. Instead, Alabama county probate judges are tasked with the responsibility. The probate judge reports to the Secretary of state for each notaries public appointment and commission which includes the notary’s name, county, date of issuance and expiration date of commission.

The Code of Alabama Act 2011-295 is the new newest legislation regarding notaries public.

1. Notaries must keep a record or log of each notarial act.
2. The State of Alabama has 67 counties of which each having a probate court. Applicants must file for a Notary Public appointment or commission with the respective county they reside in.
3. A $25,000 surety bond for a four (4) year term is required for a notary public commission or appointment.
4. Upon appointment, the applicant is required to obtain a seal that includes the name, office, state and county in which the notary was appointed.

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Autauga County Requirements:
1. Applicants must be a resident of Autauga County.
2. Provide proof of residency (vehicle registration, utility bill, etc).
3. Obtain a notary public $25,000 surety bond and file the original with the application.
4. Complete the application (available at the Autauga County Probate Court).
5. Pay the applicable filing fees.
6. Submit completed application, fees and surety bond to the probate court.

Court Physical Address / Mailing Address: 176 W Fifth Street, Prattville, AL 36067-3041
Court Phone Number: (334) 361-3728
More Information: Autauga County Notary Certification

Baldwin County Requirements:
1. Notary certifications are processed in the Bay Minette office only. Application packages can be dropped off at any of the satellite offices.
2. Applicants must complete the application and have it notarized.
3. Pay the applicable filing fee.
4. Obtain a notary public $25,000 surety bond and sign the original.
5. Submit above to the closest Baldwin County Probate Court.

Court Physical Address: 220 Courthouse Square, Bay Minette, AL 36507-0459
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 459, Bay Minette, AL 36507-0459
Court Phone Number: (251) 937-0285
More Information: Baldwin County Notary Certification

Barbour County:
Notary public applicants can contact the Barbour County Probate Court for application information.
Court Physical Address: 303 E Broad Street #101, Eufaula, AL 36027
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 758, Eufaula, AL 36072-0758
Court Phone Number: (334) 687-1530
More Information: Barbour County Courthouse

Bibb County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Bibb County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical /Mailing Address: 8 Court Square W, Suite A, Centreville, AL 35042-2232
Court Phone Number: (205) 926-3108
More Information: Bibb County Courthouse

Blount County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Blount County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical /Mailing Address: 220 Second Ave E Room 101, Oneonta, AL 35121-1747
Court Phone Number: (205) 625-4191
More Information: Blount County Government

Bullock County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Bullock County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 217 Prairie St. N. #103, Union Springs, AL 36089-0071
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 71, Union Springs, AL 36089-0071
Court Phone Number: (334) 738-2250
More Information: Bullock County Recorder Information

Butler County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Butler County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 700 Court Square #7, Greenville, AL 36037
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 756, Greenville, AL 36037-0756
Court Phone Number: (334) 382-3512
More Information: Butler County Department Contacts

Calhoun County Requirements:
1. Applicants must be a registered voter or provide proof of residency in Calhoun County.
2. Applicants must obtain a $25,000 surety bond and file with the application.
3. Complete the notary public application.
4. Pay the applicable filing fee.
5. Submit above to the Calhoun County Probate Court.

Court Physical /Mailing Address: 1702 Noble Street, Suite 102, Anniston, AL 36202
Court Phone Number: (256) 241-2825
More Information: Calhoun County Notary Applicant Requirements

Chambers County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Chambers County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical /Mailing Address: 2 South Lafayette St., Lafayette, AL 36862-2073
Court Phone Number: (334) 864-4380
More Information: Chambers County Probate

Cherokee County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Cherokee County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical /Mailing Address: 260 Cedar Bluff Road Suite 10, Centre, AL 35960
Court Phone Number: (256) 927-3363
More Information: Cherokee County Probate Office

Chilton County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Chilton County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 500 2nd Avenue N, Clanton, AL 35045
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 270, Clanton, AL 35045
Court Phone Number: (205) 755-1555
More Information: Chilton County Notary Forms

Choctaw County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Choctaw County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 117 S Mulberry Ave #9, Butler, AL 36904-0428
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 428, Butler, AL 36904-0428
Court Phone Number: (205) 459-2155
More Information: Choctaw County Courthouse

Clarke County Notary:
A Notary Public is a public officer whose function it is:
1. To administer oaths; and
2. To attest and certify by his/her signature and official seal, certain documents, in order to give them credit and authenticity; and
3. To take acknowledgments of deeds and other conveyances and certify the same; and
4. To perform certain official acts, chiefly in commercial matters, such as the protesting of notes and bills, the notice of foreign drafts and marine protests in cases of damage.

Court Physical Address: 114 Court Steet, Grove Hill, AL 36451
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 10, Grove Hill, AL 36451
Court Phone Number: (251) 275-3251
More Information: Clarke County Probate Court

Clay County Notary:
Notary public applicants can contact the Clay County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 25 Court Square, Ashland, AL 36251
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 1120, Ashland, AL 36251
Court Phone Number: (256) 354-2198
More Information: Clay County Notary Forms

Cleburne County Requirements:
1. Applicants must be a resident of Cleburne County.
2. Obtain a $25,000 notary bond and file the original with the application.
3. Contact the Cleburne County Probate Court to obtain application information.

Court Physical /Mailing Address: 120 Vickery Street Room 101, Heflin, AL 36264
Court Phone Number: (256) 463-5655

Coffee County Notary:
Notary public applicants can contact the Coffee County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 101 S Edwards Street, Enterprise, AL 36331-1247
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 311247, Enterprise, AL 36331-1247
Court Phone Number: (334) 347-2688
More Information: Coffee County Government Links

Colbert County Notary:
Notary public applicants can contact the Colbert County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 201 N Main St., Tuscumbia, AL 35674
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 47, Tuscumbia, AL 35674
Court Phone Number: (256) 386-8542
More Information: Colbert County Probate Judge's Office

Conecuh County Notary:
Notary public applicants can contact the Conecuh County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 111 Court St #200, Evergreen, AL 36401
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 149, Evergreen, AL 36401
Court Phone Number: (251) 578-1221
More Information: Conecuh County Courthouse

Coosa County Notary:
Notary public applicants can contact the Coosa County Probate Court to obtain application information.
To apply as a notary public you must:
1. Be a resident of the county.
2. Provide proof of residency (such as a driver’s license, registration, etc.)
3. Obtain a $25,000 surety bond and submit the original with the application.

Court Physical Address: 100 Main Street, Rockford, AL 35136-0218
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 218, Rockford, AL 35136-0218
Court Phone Number: (256) 377-4919
More Information: Coosa County Notary Public Requirements

Covington County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Covington County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 1 N Court Square Suite A, Andalusia, AL 36420
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 789, Andalusia, AL 36420
Court Phone Number: (334) 428-2510
More Information: Covington County Notary Forms

Crenshaw County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Crenshaw County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 29 South Glenwood Ave, Luverne, AL 36049-0328
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 328, Luverne, AL 36049-0328
Court Phone Number: (334) 335-6568 ext 226
More Information: Crenshaw County Probate Court

Cullman County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Cullman County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 500 2nd Ave SW #313, Cullman, AL 35056-0970
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 970, Cullman, AL 35056-0970
Court Phone Number: (256) 775-4665
More Information: Cullman County Probate Court

Dale County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Dale County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 1 Court Square #1, Ozark, AL 36361-0580
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 580, Ozark, AL 36361-0580
Court Phone Number: (334) 774-2754
More Information: Dale County Probate Court

Dallas County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Dale County Probate Court to obtain application information.
1. Applicants must reside in Dallas County.
2. Obtain a $25,000 surety bond and file the original with the application.
3. Complete a notary public application. Court Physical Address: 105 Lauderdale St., Selma, AL 36702-0987
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 987, Selma, AL 36702-0987
Court Phone Number: (334) 876-4830
More Information: Dallas County Notary Public Requirements

DeKalb County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the DeKalb County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical /Mailing Address: 300 Grand Ave SW Suite 100, Fort Payne, AL 35967
Court Phone Number: (256) 845-8510
More Information: DeKalb County Probate Judge

Elmore County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Elmore County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 100 East Commerce St., Wetumpka, AL 36092
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 280, Wetumpka, AL 36092
Court Phone Number: (256) 845-8510
More Information: Elmore County Probate Office

Escambia County Courthouse:
To become a notary public in Escambia County, you must:
1. Must be a resident of the county.
2. Obtain a $25,000 surety bond and submit the original with the application.
3. Complete the notary public application.
4. Upon appointment by the court, purchase a seal from an office supply company.
Court Physical Address: 314 Belleville Ave #206, Brewton, AL 36427
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 557, Brewton, AL 36427
Court Phone Number: (251) 368-5371
More Information: Escambia County Notary Forms

Etowah County Courthouse:
To become a notary public in Etowah County, you must:
1. Applicants must reside in Etowah County to apply.
2. Notary public applicants can obtain information from the Etowah County Probate Court.
Court Physical Address: 800 Forrest Ave #122, Gadsden, AL 35902-0817
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 187, Gadsden, AL 35902-0817
Court Phone Number: (256) 549-534
More Information: Etowah County Probate Office

Fayette County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Fayette County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 113 Temple Ave N., Fayette, AL 35555-0509
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 670, Fayette, AL 35555-0509
Court Phone Number: (205) 932-4519
More Information: Fayette County Online

Franklin County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Franklin County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 410 Jackson Ave N., Russellville, AL 35653
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 70, Russellville, AL 35653
Court Phone Number: (256) 332-8801
More Information: Franklin County Departments

Geneva County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Geneva County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 200 N Commerce St., Geneva, AL 36340
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 430, Geneva, AL 36340
Court Phone Number: (334) 684-5600
More Information: Gevena County Probate Judge

Greene County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Greene County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 400 Morrow Ave, Eutaw, AL 35462
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 656, Eutaw, AL 35462
Court Phone Number: (205) 372-3340

Hale County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Hale County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical /Mailing Address: 1001 Main St., Greensboro, AL 36744
Court Phone Number: (334) 624-8740
More Information: Hale County Department of Revenue

Henry County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Henry County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical /Mailing Address: 101 Court Square, Suite A, Abbeville, AL 36310-2135
Court Phone Number: (334) 585-3257
More Information: Henry County Website

Houston County Courthouse:
To become a notary public in Houston County, you must:
1. Complete the Houston County Application for Notary Public
2. Applicant must be a resident of Houston County.
3. Obtain a $25,000 surety bond and submit original bond with application.
4. Pay the filing fee

Court Physical Address: 462 N Oates St., Dothan, AL 36303
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 6406, Dothan, AL 36302-6406
Court Phone Number: (334) 677-4792
More Information: Houston County Probate Office

Jackson County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Jackson County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 102 E Laurel St #11, Scottsboro, AL 35768
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 128, Scottsboro, AL 35768
Court Phone Number: (256) 574-9290

Jefferson County Courthouse:
To become a notary public in Jefferson County, you must:
1. Download the application for either Birmingham or Bessemer (dependent on the applicant residency).
2. Provide proof of residency: government issued id or driver license, and a copy of a utility bill, mortgage statement, etc.
3. Obtain a $25,000 surety bond and submit the original with the application.
4. Pay the filing fee.

Court Mailing Address: 716 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd., Birmingham, AL 35203
Court Physical Address, Birmingham Division: 716 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd., Birmingham, AL 35203
Court Phone Number: (205) 325-5417
Court Physical Address, Bessemer Division: 1801 3rd Ave North, Bessemer, AL 35020
Court Phone Number: (205) 481-4102

Lamar County Courthouse:
To become a notary public in Lamar County, you must:
1. Applicant must reside in Lamar County.
2. Complete application.
3. Pay applicable filing fee.
4. Obtain $25,000 surety bond and submit original with application.

Court Physical Address: 44690 Hwy 17, Vernon, AL 35592
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 338, Vernon, AL 35592
Court Phone Number: (205) 695-9119
More Information: Lamar County Notary Forms

Lauderdale County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Lauderdale County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 200 S Court St. Florence, AL 35631-1059
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 1059, Florence, AL 35631-1059
Court Phone Number: (256) 760-5804
More Information: Lauderdale County Online

Lawrence County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Lawrence County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical /Mailing Address: 14451 Market St. Suite 130, Moulton, AL 35650
Court Phone Number: (256) 974-2439

Lee County Courthouse:
To become a notary public in Lee County, you must:
1. Applicant must be a resident of Lee County.
2. Complete the notary application (available in the probate office).
3. Obtain a $25,000 notarized surety bond and submit the original bond with the application.
4. Pay the applicable filing fee.

Court Physical Address: 215 S. 9th St., Opelika, AL 36803-2266
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 2266, Opelika, AL 36803-2266
Court Phone Number: (334) 745-9761

Limestone County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Limestone County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical /Mailing Address: 100 South Clinton Street, Suite D, Athens, AL 35611
Court Phone Number: (256) 233-6427
More Information: Limestone County Notary Public

Lowndes County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Lowndes County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 1 South Washington St., Haynesville, AL 36040-0005
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 5, Haynesville, AL 36040-0005
Court Phone Number: (334) 548-2365

Macon County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Macon County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical /Mailing Address: 101 East Rosa Parks Ave., Tuskegee, AL 36083
Court Phone Number: (334) 724-2611
More Information: Macon County Probate Judge

Madison County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Madison County Probate Court to obtain application information.

1. Provide proof of residency in Madison County.
2. Obtain a $25,000 surety bond, dated the same day as applying for your commission.
3. Submit a notary application.
4. Pay applicable fee.

Court Physical /Mailing Address: 100 North Side Square, Room 10, Huntsville, AL 35801
Court Phone Number: (256) 532-3330
More Information: Madison County Notary Commissions

Marengo County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Madison County Probate Court to obtain application information.

1. Applicant must be a resident of Marengo County 2. Applicant must establish proof of residency such as registration, utility bill, etc 3. Obtain a $25,000 surety bond 4. Complete notary application and submit with notary bond 5. Pay the applicable filing fee 6.

Court Physical Address: 101 E Coats Ave #104, Linden, AL 36748-0668
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 480668, Linden, AL 36748-0668
Court Phone Number: (334) 295-2210
More Information: Marengo County Notary Public

Marion County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Marion County Probate Court to obtain application information.

Court Physical Address: 132 Military St S # 204, Hamilton, AL 35570
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 1687, Hamilton, AL 35570
Court Phone Number: (205) 921-2471
More Information: Marion County Probate Judge

Marshall County Courthouse:
To become a notary public in Marshall County, you must:
1. Obtain a $25,000 surety bond and submit the original bond with the application.
2. Pay the applicable fee.
3. Purchase a seal from any office supply, after commission has been approved.

Court Physical/Mailing Address: 425 Gunter Ave, Suite 110, Guntersville, AL 35976-1199
Court Phone Number: (256) 571-7764
More Information: Marshall County Online

Mobile County Courthouse:
To become a notary public in Mobile County, you must:
1. Applicant must be a resident of Mobile County.
2. Obtain a $25,000 surety bond and file the original with the Mobile County Probate Office.
3. Complete the Notary application and pay the applicable fee.

Court Physical Address: 151 Government St., Mobile, AL 36602
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 7, Mobile, AL 36601-0007
Court Phone Number: (251) 574-6000
More Information: Mobile County Probate

Monroe County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Monroe County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 65 N Alabama Ave, Monroeville, AL 36461
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 5, Haynesville, AL 36040-0005
Court Phone Number: (251) 743-4107
More Information: Monroe County Probate Judge

Montgomery County Courthouse:
To become a notary public in Montgomery County, you must:
1. Complete the notary public application and pay applicable fee.
2. Obtain a $25,000 surety bond and submit to the Montgomery County Probate Office.

Court Physical Address: 101 S. Lawrence Street, Montgomery, AL 36101-0223
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 223, Montgomery, AL 36101-0223
Court Phone Number: (334) 832-1240
More Information: Montgomery County Probate Judge

Morgan County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Morgan County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 302 Lee St. NE #2, Decatur, AL 35601
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 848, Montgomery, AL 35602
Court Phone Number: (256) 351-4675
More Information: Morgan County Probate

Perry County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Perry County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 300 Washington St., Marion, AL 36756-0478
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 478, Marion, AL 36756-0478
Court Phone Number: (334) 683-2210
More Information: Perry County Courthouse

Pickens County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Pickens County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 50 Courthouse Square #106, Carrollton, AL 35447-0418
Court Mailing Address: 20 Phoenix Ave., Carrollton, AL 35447-0418
Court Phone Number: (205) 367-2050

Pike County Courthouse:
To become a notary public in Pike County, you must:
1. Must be a resident of Pike County
2. Complete notary application and pay applicable fee.
3. Obtain a $25,000 surety bond and submit original with application.

Court Physical/Mailing Address: 120 W. Church St., Troy, AL 36081-1008
Court Phone Number: (334) 566-1246
More Information: Pike County Notaries

Randolph County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Randolph County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 1 S Main St., Wedowee, AL 36278-0249
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 249, Wedowee, AL 36278-0249
Court Phone Number: (256) 357-4933

Russell County Courthouse:
To become a notary public in Russell County, you must:
1. Must be a Russell County resident and registered voter in Russell County.
2. Obtain a $25,000 surety bond and attach original to application.
3. Complete the application and pay the applicable filing fee.

Court Physical Address: 1111 Broad Street, Phenix City, AL 36867
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 700, Phenix City, AL 36868
Court Phone Number: (334) 298-7979
More Information: Russell County Probate Court

Shelby County Courthouse:
To become a notary public in Shelby County, you must:
1. Obtain a $25,000 surety bond and attach original to application.
2. Complete the notary application and pay applicable filing fee.
3. Provide two (2) self-address envelopes

Court Physical Address: 112 N Main St., Columbiana, AL 35051-0825
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 825, Columbiana, AL 35051-0825
Court Phone Number: (205) 669-3713
More Information: Shelby County Probate Court

St. Clair County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the St. Clair County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 165 5th Ave., Asheville, AL 35953
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 220, Asheville, AL 35953
Court Phone Number: (205) 594-2120
More Information: St. Clair County Probate Office

Sumter County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Sumter County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 115 Marshall St., Livingston, AL 35470-1040
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 1040, Livingston, AL 35470-1040
Court Phone Number: (205) 652-7281
More Information: Sumter County Judge of Probate

Talladega County Courthouse:
To become a notary public in Talladega County, you must:
1. Applicants must provide documentation establishing proof of residency in Talladega County.
2. Applicants must obtain and submit a notary surety bond in the amount of $25,000.
3. Complete an application for appointment and pay the filing fee.

Court Physical Address: 1 Court Square, Talladega, AL 35160
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 737, Talladega, AL 35161-0737
Court Phone Number: (256) 362-4175
More Information: Talladega County Notary Public Applicant Requirements

Tallapoosa County Courthouse:
To become a notary public in Tallapoosa County, you must:
1. Be a resident of the county
2. Obtain a $25,000 surety bond and submit the original with the application.
3. Complete an application for appointment

Court Physical /Mailing Address: 125 N Broadnax Street Room 12, Dadeville, AL 36853
Court Phone Number: (256) 825-4266
More Information: Tallapoosa County Notaries Public

Tuscaloosa County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Tuscaloosa County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 714 Greensboro Ave, Suite 121, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401-1891
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 20067, Tuscaloosa, AL 35402
Court Phone Number: (205) 349-3870
More Information: Tuscaloosa County Probate

Walker County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Walker County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 1900 3rd Ave., Jasper, AL 35502-0502
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 502, Jasper, AL 35502-0502
Court Phone Number: (205) 384-7284
More Information: Walker County Probate Court

Washington County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Washington County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: Court Street, Chatom, AL 36518-0549
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 549, Chatom, AL 36518-0549
Court Phone Number: (251) 847-2201

Wilcox County Courthouse:
Notary public applicants can contact the Wilcox County Probate Court to obtain application information.
Court Physical Address: 100 Broad St., Camden, AL 36726
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 668, Camden, AL 36726
Court Phone Number: (334) 682-4883

Winston County Courthouse:
To become a notary public in Winston County, you must:
1. Applicant must be a resident of Winston County.
2. Complete application.
3. Pay the applicable filing fee.
4. Obtain a $25,000 surety bond and submit completed bond with application.

Court Physical Address: 25125 Hwy 195, Double Springs, AL 35553
Court Mailing Address: PO Box 27, Double Springs, AL 35553-0027
Court Phone Number: (205) 489-5219



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