When it comes to proving your ownership of a home, there are a few steps you can take to ensure that you are dealing with a certified and qualified locksmith. Showing your valid ID, driver's license or an invoice with your name and address is the most common way to prove ownership of your home. Additionally, you can perform a two-step verification process and present all the relevant documents you have with you. In most states of the U.
S., a locksmith or locksmith company does not legally need to verify ownership or rights to property. However, if a locksmith company does not verify your identity, it is a red flag that they may not be certified or qualified.