Frequently Asked Questions
What does it mean to notarize a document?
A notary serves as an official witness for many different documents that of which require this service to verify the signer is who they say they are, that the document is a true copy, and.or that the document is a true and accurate translation of the original, etc.
Who can notarize a document?
Only a notary public, or notary, can notarize documents. A notary is an individual who has been appointed by the state government to serve the community as an impartial witness.
What documents can be notarized?
There are many different documents that can be notarized. Here at @ Your Door Complete & Reliable Services, LLC. you can see the documents we notarize by viewing our Notary Services pages.
What are valid forms of identification ?
Valid forms of identification include: state issued Drivers License or Identification Card, United States Passport, USCIS ID Card (Ex: US residency card), Mexican or Canadian Identification Card, Foreign Passport USCIS, Military ID, VA Health Card, FL Doc or Federal BOP Inmate ID card issued after 1991 (only for inmates in custody), and a sworn written statement from a law enforcement officer (only for inmates in custody).
How many forms of identification should I bring?
Only one is required.
Can I sign the document and then send it to the Notary via another person, mail, fax, email, etc. ?
No, the notary must be present when you sign.
How many witnesses are required to be present durring a notarization?
In the state of Florida, there are two witnesses required to witness a notarization. The notary may act as one witness, if no other is present but a second witness will still be required. The signer must provide the witness. Reminder: the witness(es) will be required to bring valid identification and sign in front of the notary as well.
How much does each notarization cost?
In the state of Florida, as regulated by the secretary of state, each notarial act is $10. However, please be advised, we charge an additional travel fee.
Are we lawyers/attorneys?
NO, we are not attorneys. We are NOT licensed to practice law in the state of Florida. We may not give legal advice nor accept fees for legal advice.