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Having to notarize documents is something we all have to do at least once in a while! Signing them online beats sitting traffic trying to find an open bank willing to do it for you. Instead, book an appointment with us on our site and we can accommodate your schedule! Check out some of the previously asked questions, and get in touch with us today.


How does it work?

All documents will be signed electronically. 

The signer submits his or her identification along with the unsigned documents for notarization to us via email or fax.  

Once received, we can coordinate an appointment to connect to the signer(s) using an audio and video platform where our notary can see and hear the signer.  

Once connected to the notary, the signer will be asked a few questions in accordance with Florida Law and sign the documents electronically.  

Once signed, all documents will be emailed to the signer directly after the signing.

Each signer will have to undergo an online security screening. This screening will prompt each signer to upload his or her identification, recent photo, answer four (4) security questions in under two (2) minutes and adopt an electronic signature.


What if I don't have a computer?

You can access your remote online notarization using a smart phone or tablet with audio and video capabilities and internet access.  If you do not have a computer, tablet, or smart phone, we recommend borrowing one from a trusted friend or family member.  The notarization will only take approximately 15 to 30 minutes.


What if I need a witness?

We can provide a remote witness for an additional $40.00 or you can provide a remote witness for free.  If you provide a remote witness, we will require a copy of his or her identification and email address.  It is strongly recommended that the witness not be a relative, either by blood or marriage.  

In some cases, it may also not be permissible to use a relative as a witness, so we also recommend consulting an attorney before providing a relative as a witness.

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