We are a bilingual and mobile notary public service company proudly servicing the South Florida region.
Bilingual notary services in Broward, Miami Dade and Palm Beach Counties. We bring our services to your home, school, place of business, hospital, court and more.
To serve our customer in a professional/friendly manner that creates a lasting and positive impression about the legal procedure of notarial services.
Awards and memberships:
The National Notary Association and
The American Society of Notaries
Background screening by: The National Notary Association
Hours of Operation:
Holidays, weekdays and weekends 24/7
WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU!
WE ARE NOT AN ATTORNEY LICENSED TO PRACTICE
LAW IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA, AND WE MAY NOT GIVE LEGAL ADVICE OR ACCEPT FEES FOR LEGAL ADVICE.
Sun-Sat: All day
Question and answer
Q.What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A.Fees should be reasonable. In Florida Notaries cannot charge more than $10.00 per notary. The Notary is allowed however, to charge other fees such as, driving to you (mileage and/or gasoline), pick traffic hours, after hours jobs, emergency jobs etc. The actual notary should only be $10.00 or less and a receipt should be given to the client explaining the charges.
Q.If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?
A.Rules and Regulations. Notary Public (lawyers or not) are regulated by the State. A Notary Public is not necessarily a lawyer. This interpretation is a big problem, specially with Latin American clients. In Latin America a Notary Public is always a lawyer, as no one else is allowed to take the certification except for lawyers, and so in Latin America a Notary Public can complete a broader type of assignments. It is because of this that many people feel comfortable asking legal questions to Notary Public and is in this situation that a Notary Public most be cautious about how he/she deal with the client. Under no circumstances should a Notary Public give any type of legal advice unless, he/she is a lawyer authorize to practice law in the state where he/she is making the Notary.
Q.What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?
A.Is the Public Notary Commissioned by the state and do the Notary Public has a non expired Commissioned stamp?
What are the fees being charged?
If the client is looking for a Notary Public to make a mortgage closing the client should ask if the Notary is a Certified Notary Signing Agent?
Q.What important information should buyers have thought through before seeking you out?
A.Make sure the paperwork needs notarization.
Clients should always be able to provide a legal, government issued picture id.
Id must never be expired.
If the Notary Public accepts expired Id's client should really think in looking for another notary. Notaries accepting expired or otherwise not proper Id's are helping criminals to complete identity deft (even when the Notary Public does not intends to do so).
Q.Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?
A.We are professional individuals who understand the importance of sticking to the basic in our business line. Some Notary Public forget the basics which are identifications are either good or not good. There is no gray line in this subject. We have a very big responsibility every time we go out to notarize signatures and documents for individuals we have never met before. It is because of that specific fact that before a notary stamp is attached to a piece of paper Identifications must be verified, signatures, addresses, pictures, and the legality of the ID itself (State seals and back logos) must be verified. We take our careers and legal responsibilities very seriously and it is because of this that our services are above and beyond customers expectations. Our attention to detail separate us from the rest!
November 13, 2011
Best weekend notary!!!
November 13, 2011
Fast and Convenient Service. No need to make appointments as emergency lines are open 24-7 for emergencies.