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Pricing

The Florida Department of State regulates notaries and what they can charge-

$10 per signature;

plus travel fees @$.65 per mile

plus additional services fees

Fees are based on:

  • Type of service needed

  • Number of pages requiring signature notarization*

  • Distance to appointment

  • Witness requirements

  • Any other factor that is unique to the situation

 

*Prices can be negotiated for multiple documents

Services

Common Forms To Be Notarized

  • Acknowledgments

  • Jurats

  • Powers of Attorney

  • Living Wills

  • Trusts

  • Florida Department of Health Forms

  • School Forms

  • Consent Form for a Minor to Travel

  • Consent Form for Minor's Passport

  • VIN Verifications

  • Bank Deposit Box Certification

  • Approved Copy Certifications

  • I-9 Employment Verification

Marriages

One of the most special honors of being a notary in Florida is that we can solemnize a marriage.  A Florida notary may perform a marriage ceremony providing the couple first obtain a marriage license from an authorized Florida official and may only perform the ceremony in the State of Florida.  The price for marriage ceremonies begins at $30 and increases depending on the amount of time spent discussing the vows and

practicing for the actual ceremony.

Apostille

We can also help with Apostille service.  Basic service begins at $75 and increases according to extras required.  This fee covers one notarized form and completion of the Apostille request form, processing cost to the State, mailing costs and return of form, with Apostille, to you.  Most apostilles are returned within a week.  Expedited services are extra.

Benefits of using a mobile notary service

* Convenience

* Saves time

* Personal attention

* Document security

* Flexibility

* Peace of mind

Notice

I am a Commissioned Notary in the State of Florida

And a Certified Loan Signing Agent

I am a member of the National Notary Association

and the American Association of Notaries

I AM NOT AN ATTORNEY LICENSED TO PRACTICE LAW IN THE THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AND I MAY NOT GIVE LEGAL ADVICE OR ACCEPT FEES FOR LEGAL ADVICE.

Be Prepared for Your Document Signing Appointment

Documents must not be blank or incomplete. 

 

Signers and Witnesses, if required, must possess a current government issued photo ID.  The following are acceptable forms of identification (issued within the past 5 years and bearing an identifying number):

  • A passport issued by the Department of State of the United States or Canada or Mexico

  • An ID card issued by any branch of the armed forces of the United States

  • A passport issued by a foreign government if stamped by the U.S. Bureau of Citizenship and immigration Services

  • A driver's license or ID card issued by an authorized public agency in a state other than Florida, a territory of the United States

  • A veteran's health ID card issued by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs

  • An ID card issued by the U.S. Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services

 

As a signer you must be comfortable with and verify that you understand what you are signing before you sign the document.  If there is a doubt that as a signer you are not fully comfortable with the situation or that you don't fully understand the documents you are about to sign, it is strongly recommend that you consult the person who prepared the document or consult an attorney.

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