Notary Public & Fingerprinting Service in West Palm Beach & Surrounding Areas
NotaryPublicWPB goes above and beyond to ensure that you get quality, accurate and dependable service. Always in a professional manner. When you need it, where you need it.
We travel to your home, office, banks, hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, coffee shops and anywhere that is convenient for you. During or after business hours, just call for an appointment.
Whether you need a single document notarized or something far more complex, just call me and “EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE” in professionalism, reliability, attention to detail and a willingness to help.
With 30 years of experience as a Notary Public and a Certified Signing Specialist, I can assist you quickly, and accurately. Knowing your transaction is completed correctly, will instill confidence and peace of mind. When you contact me whether by phone, text or email, you will always get a response back. I am available 7 days a week including evenings and holidays. (24 hours service in emergency situations)
I will help save you time and money by coming to your home, office, hospital, Eldercare facility, school, whatever location is most convenient for you. Pick the time and place and I’ll be there. I can help you notarize and have experience with a wide variety of documents.
Your Trusted Notary Expert!
Taking care of paperwork is never fun. But with our experienced notaries, you can rest assured that you’ll enjoy a quick and hassle-free experience.
Notaries are usually appointed by the Secretary of State.
The American Association of Notaries defines a notary public as an official witness to the free and willing signing of one or more documents by one or more people whose identity the notary has verified. In most cases, the document is signed in the notary’s presence; in some cases, it is signed first and then brought to the notary public by the signer, who will then acknowledge to the notary that he or she signed it.
A mobile notary is a notary that travels to your location – home, office, coffee shop, or other location.
A Notary Signing Agent or NSA is a Notary who has special training to handle document signings. Title companies and signing services to borrowers, oversee the signing and return the documents.
Acceptable forms of ID include but not limited to:
- State-issued driver’s license or ID card with picture and signature.
- Military ID
- Green Card
In the case of a person who is 65 years of age or older and there is absolutely no other way to identify the document signer, they can be identified using an ID card issued by a governmental agency or a senior citizen center.
The law requires ID with a photo and signature of the document signer.
A current ID is preferable, but in Florida, the statute doesn’t address expired IDs. The notary makes the determination of whether the signer’s ID is satisfactory or not.
Florida allows the following ways to identify a signer (from the Florida Revised Statutes):
(a) Is personally known to the notarial officer;
(b) Is identified upon the oath or affirmation of a credible witness who personally appears before the notarial officer;
(c) Is identified on the basis of an identifying document which contains a signature and a photograph;
(d) Is identified on the basis of a consular identification card;
(e) Is identified upon an oath or affirmation of a subscribing witness who is personally known to the notarial officer; or
(f) In the case of a person who is 65 years of age or older and cannot satisfy the requirements of paragraphs (a) to (e), inclusive, is identified upon the basis of an identification card issued by a governmental agency or a senior citizen center.
No. In Florida notaries are not authorized to provide documents.
No. I am not an attorney and cannot give advice or help with documents. Please contact an attorney if you have questions about your documents or need assistance completing them.
My fees are set by the State of Florida. A travel fee may also be charged. For more information please call or text 561.768.3710, or email NotaryPublicWPB@gmail.com.
Appointments are preferred, but are not required except for after hours and on weekends. Please call or text 561.768.3710, email NotaryPublicWPB@gmail.com or use the contact form to ask any questions.