Our professional mobile notaries are trained to ensure that your documents meet all of your requirements and specifications. Our clients have been using us for many years, as they know we provide exceptional service.
We can schedule a trained, professional mobile notary public to come out and perform the transaction on site with you so everything is perfect from start-to-finish!
This means less time waiting around in an office or at home trying find one person available during their hours open!
A power of attorney or letter of attorney is a legal contract that grants the person with said document to act in their behalf, both legally and privately. The individual granting permission will be referred to as the principal.
A Power Of Attorney (POA) may also sometimes go by Letter Of Attorney for individuals who are trying handle private affairs such as bills or loans on someone else's behalf - this type would grant them access privileges for personal data too!
Closing a real estate transaction is an exciting and sometimes complicated process. One of the biggest events in closing happens when all parties sign contracts that officially transfer ownership to you as the buyer!
But what if your hectic work schedule or out-of-state location prevent you from signing these documents? Well luckily for busy buyers like yourself. Notary Agent Elite can come right over at any time to help with this critical step!
We travel to YOU to perform the required notarial acts. Even though we may be mobile, our duties still remain the same:
CONGRATS!!! You are about to tie the knot! No worries... no fuss...keep it simple and have our mobile notary perform your solemn commitment ceremony.
FUN FACT: Florida is one of only three states (the other two are South Carolina and Maine) which authorizes their Notaries Public to "solemnize the rites of matrimony."
A Florida Notary may perform a marriage ceremony providing the couple first obtain a marriage license from an authorized Florida official and may only perform a ceremony within the
geographical boundaries of Florida
After the death of a loved one, there are numerous necessary tasks that need to be accomplished. The only way for you to guarantee your deceased loved ones wishes will come true is making sure they have an official last document or agreement in place before their passing.
This can take any form such as a will, trust, and deeds but all three must include important legal language so it’s best not do this on your own since incorrect wording could lead to problems afterwards like conflicts over inheritance distribution among family members if no clear instructions were left behind by the individual who passed away first.
If you're looking for someone reliable with experience handling these types of matters professionally and with the utmost empathy, please do not hesitate to contact us today!
On June 7, 2019, HB 409 “Electronic Legal Documents” was signed into law (Chapter 2019-71, Laws of Florida).
This law was put into effect as of January 1, 2020. But beware, not all notaries are qualified to be online/remote notaries. Special training, insurances and digital/audiovisual equipment are required to be able to participate in this new service.
This law authorizes Florida notaries to perform online remote notarizations after the completion of an application and training requirements.
In the post Covid world, this is certainly a new and revolutionary way to respond to the marketplace.
As a remote online notary, we are able to perform notarial duties for anyone within USA and Internationally as long as we are in the state of Florida performing the notarial act. **Restrictions and Limitations apply - please ask for additional details**
Our notaries are NOT attorneys and are therefore unable to provide legal advice. No conversation should be construed as such.
We carry the FL standard $7500 Notary Bond, $25K ONLINE NOTARY BOND AND $100K EOE Insurance
Indian River, Martin, Palm Beach &
St Lucie Counties
National and International Remote/Online Notaries