Due to health precautions we are taking due to the COVID 19 Pandemic, all of our services at both of our locations will be by appointment only.

To schedule an appointment in our County Courthouse Office at 60 West Broad Street, Bridgeton NJ, please call 856-453-4860.

All Notary Oath appointments will be temporarily scheduled and conducted at our Cumberland County Courthouse Office in Bridgeton New Jersey. You may schedule an appointment by calling 856-453-4860.

Our hours of operation at both offices are temporarily being modified as well.

The County Courthouse Office hours are Monday- Friday 8:30 am- 4:30 pm, and the Cumberland County Store Office hours are Monday- Friday 11:00 am- 7:00 pm and Saturday 11:00 AM- 3:00 PM.

ATTENTION NOTARIES
Per P.L. 2021, c.179

–NOTICE–

Please be advised that any notary public who is not licensed to practice law shall not use or advertise the title of lawyer or attorney-at-law, or equivalent terms, in any language, which means or implies that the notary public is licensed as an attorney-at-law in the State of New Jersey or in any other jurisdiction of the United States. Further, a notary public who advertises notary services, in any language, is required to provide with such advertisement a notice in the same language as the advertisement stating, “I am not an attorney licensed to practice law and may not give legal advice about immigration or any other legal matter or accept fees for legal advice.”

–AVISO–

Tenga en cuenta que cualquier notario público que no tenga licencia para ejercer la abogacía no usará ni anunciará el título de abogado o licenciado, o términos equivalentes, en ningún idioma, lo que significa o implica que el notario público tiene licencia como abogado en el Estado de Nueva Jersey o en cualquier otra jurisdicción de los Estados Unidos.  Además, un notario público que anuncia servicios notariales, en cualquier idioma, está obligado a proporcionar con dicho anuncio un aviso en el mismo idioma que el anuncio que indique: “No soy un abogado con licencia para ejercer la abogacía y no puedo dar asesoramiento legal sobre inmigración o cualquier otro asunto legal o aceptar honorarios por asesoramiento legal”.

notary public

Interested In Becoming A Notary Public?  Just click the link below and apply online:

Notary Application

A notary public is empowered to administer oaths, take acknowledgements, take proofs of deeds, and witness signatures. To become a notary, you must be a resident of New Jersey, be 18 years of age or older, and have a clear criminal record.

Fees:

  • Application to State of New Jersey  – $25.00
  • Swearing In – $15.00

Click on the button below for instructions and the application to become a notary public.

New Jersey Notary Web Site

Appointment for Notary Oath