Notary Services | RON Services | Florida Estate Planning Signing Services | Apostille Services | Closing Signing Agent Services In-Person Notary Services – we will notarize your documents at our office located at One Financial Plaza, SE 3rd Ave Suite 1000, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33394, United States.
Nationwide Remote Online Notary Services (Governed by Florida Law)We will perform the remote online notary via the Notarize portal (or via the SIGNiX portal if witnesses are required).
In-Person and Remote Florida Estate Planning Signing Meeting ServicesWe will virtually notarize your estate planning documents, including two witnesses.
Apostille ServicesOur apostille service offers efficient and reliable document authentication for international use, ensuring your documents are valid and recognized across borders.
Certified Signing Agent ServicesDiscover the personal touch of our certified Signing Agent Services. We specialize in making your essential moments shine by providing seamless notarization for real estate transactions, loans, and legal documents. Our dedicated experts ensure hassle-free appointments at your chosen location, putting you at ease during these significant events. With a commitment to privacy, we safeguard your sensitive information. Count on us to bring simplicity and warmth to complex processes, turning transactions into memorable experiences you can trust and cherish.
I can notarize as many documents as you provide as long as you agree to pay the fee for each additional document to be notarized.
Since I am a Florida Notary Public, your documents would be governed under the general laws of the State of Florida.
Yes, I can still notarize your document(s) as long as you agree to the documents being governed by the State of Florida.
The notarial certificate is a written statement, signed and sealed by the notary public, certifying the facts of a notarial act. The two most common are Oaths and acknowledgments.
Yes, but only if you can determine the appropriate notarial certificate that should be included with the document(s) to be notarized. The two most common are Oaths and acknowledgments. If you need help determining the appropriate certificate, just let us know, and we can provide that.
- A computer and a smartphone (with internet access) or just a smartphone
- Webcam or phone’s forward-facing camera
- One of the following United States IDs:
- Drivers License
- State Issued ID card
- US passport
- Credit history (used for providing KBA questions)
KBA is a method of authentication that seeks to prove the identity of someone accessing a service such as a financial institution or website.