Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Notary Public?
A Notary Public is an Individual who has been authorized by the State to administer oaths and witness signatures on legal documents.
What is a Loan Signing Agent?
A Loan Signing Agent is a Notary Public who is experienced in loan documents. A lender/bank, title company, or escrow service may hire a Loan Signing Agent to handle the execution, delivery and signing of loan closing documents. A loan signing agent must be bonded and insured and complete a yearly background check to perform such duties.
What is needed to complete a notarization?
Clients must arrive with the documents to be notarized and proper identification.
Acceptable forms of ID accepted are:
State/Country issued Driver's license
State/Country Issued Photo ID
All forms of identification must be unexpired
What are the steps to get a document notarized?
The process is easy!
The notary meets with you at a location of your choice
Show valid identification so that the notary can verify your identity
Sign the documents in the presence of the notary
The notary will sign and stamp the documents
You pay the notary
Does your business do I-9 verifications?
Do you officiate weddings?
Do you do Apostilles? Can you certify a document to be used outside the Unites States??
We can facilitate the Apostille process. Any document that will be used outside the United States needs to go through a process called Apostille, which certifies the authenticity of the issuing official or notary public's signature. Each state designates who issues the apostille. We can facilitate this process for you, as it can be time consuming. Apostilles are used to ensure documents are recognized as valid across borders.
Examples of Apostilles:
Studying abroad - The country may require your US diplomas or transcripts to be apostilled
Moving abroad - The country may require your birth certificate to be apostilled
Destination weddings - The country may require a single status affidavit apostilled.
Where can I get Online Notarization done?
We use several Remote Online Notarization (RON) platforms to perform online notarizations. These platforms allows for a secure and efficient process of notarizing documents online via zoom (video call).
Where do you provide Mobile Notary Services?
We are located in Groveland, FL and can travel to any location of your choice! This can include your home, office, local coffee shop, restaurant, hospital, nursing home, etc.
We pride ourselves on providing reliable document services at any location convenient for you!
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept Cash, Zelle, PayPal, CashApp, ApplePay, and all major credit cards via Square (Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover).
Can a Notary Public give legal advice?
No. A Notary Public is not trained or authorized to perform legal services or give any legal advice. This is considered unauthorized practice of law. If you have any legal questions, please contact an attorney.
What are the fees for Mobile Notary Services?
Costs depends on several factors; for example, the number of stamps needed on the document, travel, and if the document requires witness signature and the customer cannot provide a witness. In that case, the notary could provide a witness, for an additional fee.
Give us a call at (407)765-5251 to receive a quote!