Tag Archives: Mobile Notary Public Palm Harbor

Notary for Translated Document

You need a notary for a translated document or you have a document that’s not in English and need it notarized. That’s okay! Florida Notaries can notarize a document in a foreign language as long as the notarial certificate and document signature are in English and Florida Notary can be a notary for a translated document. The Florida Notary must be able to communicate with the signer to ensure they understand what they are signing. Here’s an example: the document you need to sign is Continue reading →

Florida Marriage License Fee Decrease

Florida Marriage License Fee Decrease!! Getting married in Florida is simple, and now it just got a little less expensive! This week, Governor Scott signed House Bill 1-A.This bill eliminates the “Displaced Homemaker Trust Fund,” of which $7.50 was allocated from the $93.50 marriage license fee.  The bill is effective July 1, 2017. Therefore, effective July 1, 2017, the marriage license application fee will be $86.00.  Please note that the application fee for couples who complete premarital counseling will remain at $61.00 as the $7.50 Continue reading →

Getting a document notarized for someone in prison

By Charmaine Doumanian I got a call asking if I could go to the Land O’Lakes Detention Facility to notarize some documents for an inmate. The documents involved custody rights for the inmate’s child. Having done this before I asked what days they allow visitation and what times were allowed. I got the details on what was needed and scheduled appointment. We’ve been asked on a number of occasions to do notarization at prisons. We can do these notarization and are familiar with security, proper Continue reading →

Consider Getting a Will and Power of Attorney

I have written about this before and felt I should write about it again. We find it all it happening all so often where we are called to a hospital or facility to notarize power of attorney forms or wills or other legal documents only to find that the signer is incapable of signing or not of sound mind to sign documents. A husband contacted me last night and said he needed a notary for his wife to sign so she could continue to receive Continue reading →