Wisconsin Notary Acknowledgment Form

Wisconsin Notary Acknowledgment Form

Last updated March 5th, 2024

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A Wisconsin notary acknowledgment is completed by a notarial officer to certify an individual’s signature on a legal or financial document. The notary will need to verify the signer’s identity or have personal knowledge of them, for instance, if they are the signer’s personal attorney, account manager, or relative. Once the acknowledgment has been completed, the notary must affix their seal to validate it.

Notaries are appointed to four-year terms unless they obtain a permanent commission (§§ 140.02(1)(f), (2)(a), (b)).

Sample (Individual)

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State of Wisconsin
County of [COUNTY NAME]

This instrument was acknowledged before me this [MM/DD/YYYY] by [SIGNER’S NAME].



Notary Public

Printed Name: [NOTARY’S NAME]
Title of Office: [NOTARY’S TITLE]
My Commission Expires: [DATE]