|Any document that requires a Notary Public is an extremely important and personal
piece documents affect us in a personal way, sometimes in a private way. You can count
trust us with your documents. We have been commissioned in three states: New York,
South Carolina and Florida and have notarized thousands of documents.
Our Notary is always available during normal business hours in our store location.
We also offer Mobile Notary Service. If you need a Mobile Notary
Please call: 352-465-6212 for West Central Florida
Please call: 386-624-5222 for East Central Florida to schedule an appointment.
The Services we offer, are:
FLORIDA STATE LAW!
Current Photo ID must be presented before you sign any document. We will not Notarize without proper
identification no matter what the reason! This law is for your own safety and security and is in effect to protect
you from identity theft.
Vehicle. A valid Passport or Armed Forces Identification that is issued from the Federal Government or Armed
Forces. Other State issued identification card with a photo and state issued identification number.
Identification must be current, expired identification cannot be used. The presented identification must be in good
condition and cannot show any signs of being tampered with and cannot be damaged in key areas of importance.
The Notary Public has the right to refuse any ID presented. We do not have a bi-lingual notary so documents and
identification must be written in the English language.
Homemade or Store Bought ID Cards, or any other document that does not meet the listed requirements above. If
you are unsure if your ID is acceptable, then call us at 1-352-465-6212.
* certified copy: must be an original and cannot be any document such as a birth certificate, marriage certificate,
death certificate, etc. (Not available for home appointments)
** certain restrictions apply for Specific-Time Appointments and additional charges may apply.
*** certain restrictions apply for At Home Service and additional charges apply. DO NOT pre-sign documents.
Notary must witness all signatures
or accept fees for legal advice.”