King County Recorder’s Office Now Accepting Electronic Signatures

King County Recorder’s Office Now Accepting Electronic Signatures

The King County Recorder’s Office is now accepting “digital representation of your handwritten identification that represents the act of putting your name on a document to attest to its validity.”

This applies to all platting actions and other documents that need to be recorded.

King County does not provide templates and cannot assist with the preparation, you review the formatting tips here.

If you need help preparing your document, you may consult a title company, real estate attorney, or another professional.

You can record a document by bringing it in person to the King County Recorder’s Office, sending it by mail, or by e-recording. If you arrive at our office before 3:30, you may request immediate scanning of your document (maximum of three documents at a time) so that you may leave with the orginal.

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