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  • What is a Notary Public?
    A notary public is an official of integrity by the state government, typically by the Secretary of State, to serve the public as an impartial witness to verify the identity of the document signer with proper identification to prevent fraud. A notary public performs copy certifications, administer oaths and affirmations.
  • What is a Notarization?
    A notarization is a certificate completed by a notary, certifying certain facts about the document and the signer. Keep in mind, the notary does not verify the accuracy or validity of the document.
  • What type of Notarizations can a Mobile Notary Public perform?
    A mobile notary public can perform a variety of notarization services, including: Acknowledgements - certifying that a signer personally appeared before the Notary, was positively identified and acknowledged signing the document. Certified Copies - A Notary make make or supervise the making of a photocopy of a document that is not a vital public record and attest to the trueness of the copy. Inventorying a Safe-Deposit Box - certifying the contents of a safe-deposit box opened by a financial institution due to non-payment of rental fees. Jurats - certifying that the signer personally appeared before the Notary, was positively identified, signed in the Notary's presence and took an oath or affirmation from the Notary. Marriages - Florida Notaries are authorized to solemnize marriages as long as the couple presents a valid marriage certificate. Oaths and Affirmations - which are solemn promises to a Supreme Being (oath) or solemn promises on one's own personal honor. Verifying a Vehicle Identification Number - or VIN, by physical inspection.
  • What type of Documents can be Notarized?
    A mobile notary public can notarize an array of documents, including legal documents, financial documents, and personal documents.
  • How do I know if I need a Notarized Document?
    Typically, a document requires notarization if it will be used in a legal or official capacity and needs to be authenticated.
  • What Documents do not get Notarized by a Notary Public?
    A notary public does not notarize the following: Immigration Documents Photographs Blank/incomplete documents Documents that do not require a signature Documents that do not indicate which notarial act to perform, and for which the client cannot choose which notarial act they prefer
  • What is a Certified Notary Signing Agent (NSA) and how does it Differ from a General Notary Public?
    A notary signing agent (NSA) has a certification and extended training specializing in real estate transactions that a general mobile notary public does not. Typically, NSA's are hired by mortgage, escrow, or title companies to notarize documents related to mortgage loans. They are highly trained in understanding all real estate loan closings for home refinances, home purchases, or home equity lines of credit. The notary signing agent will review, prepare, and print documents to meet with the signers to verify their identity, witness their signatures and ensure that all documents are complete and accurate.
  • How do I Prepare for a Mobile Notary Appointment?
    To prepare for your appointment, have all the necessary documents readily available to notarize as well as valid identification to provide to the notary.
  • What is an Apostille?
    The State of Florida's Secretary of State defines an apostille as a certificate that authenticates the signature of a public official on a document for use in another country. An apostille certifies the authenticity of the signature of the public official who signed the document, the capacity in which the public official acted and when appropriate, the identity of the seal/stamp which the document bears. An apostille does not validate the contents of a document.
  • Do you Offer Same Day Appointments Within the Hour?
    Yes, depending on my schedule, same day appointments or within the hour are available. You can call directly to book your notary needs.
  • How Much does Mobile Notary Services Cost?
    The cost of mobile notary services can vary depending on the number of signers, location, and number of documents requiring notarization. Please contact for a complete quote.
  • Can I Customize My Wedding Ceremony?
    Absolutely! We work closely with couples to make ceremonies that are unique to them and show their beliefs and personalities.
  • Do I Need To Obtain A Marriage License Before My Wedding Ceremony?
    Yes, you need to get a marriage license from your local government office before your wedding ceremony for your marriage to be official.
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