Fort Myers’ Notary Public: Florida Licensed & Bonded

Convenient

Flexible scheduling options available outside of regular business hours. Have your documents notarized at a time and location that suits you best.

Accessible

Make the process more convenient and efficient by meeting at your location. I serve the area of Ft. Myers and surroundings.

Helpful

I can guide you on the proper execution of documents, explain the implications of certain provisions, and answer questions related to the notarization. process.

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Seamless Notary Services with a Satisfaction Guarantee

flexibility

My hours of operation are daily from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM EST, but I am flexible to accommodate your schedule

I will always strive to help you in your specific case to the best of my knowledge

accuracy

I obsess in providing you with accurate information for your case based on my domain of expertise

I always double-check every step in the process, so you can have peace of mind

peace of mind

I keep high ethical standards and make sure to follow the notary law of conduct every time

You will always know the costs of my services beforehand based on our initial call

Discover My Expertise and Let Me Help You!

  • Acknowledgment statement notarisation
  • Affidavit and oath notarisation
  • Apostille certificate notarisation
  • Certified copy services
  • Contract notarisation
  • Deed notarisation
  • Degree and qualification certification
  • Demand for payment notarisation
  • Divorce document notarisation
  • Document authenticity certification
  • General notarisation
  • General notary document preparation
  • Legal certificate notarisation
  • Loan notarisation
  • Notary legalisation services
  • Notary signing services
  • Passport certification
  • Power of attorney document notarisation
  • Property and escrow document notarisation
  • Property registration notarisation
  • Translation certification
  • Vehicle loan purchase notarisation
  • Wills and trusts notarisation

testimonials and certificates

Commission number: HH352608

Proud Member of National Notary Association
Certified Notary Signing Agent
Trained Notary Signing Agent

biBERK Certificate of Liability Insurance

Errors & Omissions

$1,000,000

How it workS?

prepare for your visit

Ready your state or government issued photo ID

Gather your documents

schedule a meeting

Schedule an initial call

Set an appointment in person or remotely

get notarized

I will check your ID and documents

Have your documents processed

Book a FIT call

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Reach me at +1 (786) 606-4036

Frequently asked questions

No, notary services are typically not provided for free. Notaries public are authorized professionals who offer their services for a fee. The specific fees charged for notary services can vary depending on factors such as the jurisdiction, the complexity of the document, and the nature of the transaction.

Notaries public in Florida have the honor of solemnizing marriages. Solemnizing a marriage involves the formal ceremony that legally unites a couple in marriage. Without a ceremony, a marriage is not recognized.

Florida notaries can only perform wedding ceremonies within the state’s legal boundaries, including up to three miles off the coast. Notaries from other states cannot perform marriage ceremonies in Florida, and Florida notaries are not authorized to perform ceremonies in other states.

Yes, a notary public in Florida can sign a power of attorney document. When a notary public signs a power of attorney, they are typically acting in their capacity as a witness to the principal (the person granting the power of attorney) signing the document.

In Florida, it is common practice to have a power of attorney document notarized to add an extra layer of authenticity and credibility. The notary public will verify the identity of the principal and witness their signing of the document. The notary will then affix their official seal or stamp and include relevant details in a notarial certificate.

In Florida, a notary public can notarize a will. However, it is important to note that notarizing a will is not a legal requirement for its validity in Florida. Florida law does not mandate that a will must be notarized to be considered valid.

While notarizing a will is not mandatory, having a will notarized in Florida can provide additional evidence of its authenticity and can facilitate the probate process later on. If the testator chooses to have their will notarized, the notary public will typically verify the identity of the testator, witness the signing of the will, and complete the notarial certificate.

Yes, a notary public can act as a witness in Florida, including for the signing of legal documents such as wills. However, it is important to note that in the case of wills specifically, Florida law requires at least two witnesses to be present at the signing of the will. The notary public can serve as one of those witnesses, but an additional witness is still needed.

When a notary public serves as a witness, they are fulfilling the role of both a witness and a notary. They will observe the signing of the document, confirm the identity of the signer, and then sign the document as a witness. The notary public will also be responsible for completing any notarial acts required, such as affixing their official seal or stamp and including relevant details in the notarial certificate.

Yes, in Florida, a notary public has the authority to administer oaths and affirmations. When administering an oath or affirmation, a notary public verifies the identity of the individual taking the oath, ensures their understanding of the oath’s significance, and witnesses the person’s commitment to telling the truth or fulfilling their obligations.

Notaries public in Florida are authorized to administer oaths and affirmations in various situations, such as witnessing the signing of affidavits, depositions, or other sworn statements. The notary public will confirm that the individual understands the content and implications of the oath or affirmation before proceeding.

In Florida, a notary public has the authority to attest to or certify certain types of documents. However, it’s important to clarify the specific meaning of “attest” in this context.

In the role of a notary public, the primary function is to verify the identity of individuals signing documents and witness their signatures. This process is known as notarization, and it typically involves the notary public affixing their seal or stamp and including relevant details in a notarial certificate.

In Florida, notary records are public, but there are exceptions and restrictions. The Florida Department of State oversees notaries, who must maintain records in a journal. While generally accessible, certain personal and confidential information may be redacted. Sensitive documents, like those related to adoptions, may be exempt from public access.

Follow these simple steps to get your document notarized:

  1. Know what type of notarization you need
  2. Make sure the document is complete
  3. Bring acceptable identification
  4. Ensure the name on your ID matches the name on your document
  5. Have all signers present for the notarization
  6. Be aware and willing to sign
  7. Know what you will be paying

You can find a detailed description of each step at https://www.nationalnotary.org/resources-for/public/how-to-prepare-for-notarization