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Morales Services provides mobile notary services 24/7. Knowing how to professionally handle your document signing needs makes our mobile notary service exceptional. If you need a document notarized and cannot travel to us, we can travel to meet you... at work, your home, the hospital, a nursing home, hotel, restaurant and more. We know your time is valuable, so we are available long after most banks have closed, and we strive to meet your after hour notary needs. Call or email us today! We are available most evenings, weekends and even holidays and our travel territory includes: Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Clay, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Lafayette, Levy, Marion, Putnam, Suwannee, and Union counties. (Travel fee may apply depending on location - Contact us for estimate.)
Florida Standard Notary Fees:
~Signature Acknowledgment: $10 per certificate
~Oath/Affirmation: $10 per individual
~Certify or Attest Photocopy: $10 per copy
(Examples include: ■ Florida driver's license ■ Florida vehicle title ■ Social Security card ■ Diploma ■ Medical record ■ U.S. passport ■ Bill of sale ■ Contract ■ Lease ■ Resident alien card ■ Personal letter ■ Etc.)
~Inventory Safe Deposit Box: $10
~Execute a Protest: $10
~VIN Verification: $20 total ($10 for executing jurat in Part A & $10 for completing Part B)
~Matrimonial Ceremony: $30
What type of documents need notarization, you ask?
This list includes only a few of the type documents that may require you to have your signature notarized:
Bill of Sales
Certificates of Occupancy
Contracts & Affidavits
Health Care Designations
Last Will & Testaments
Mortgage & Deed of Trusts
Power of Attorneys
Quit Claim Deeds
Travel Authority for Minors
We also provide witnesses when necessary & requested. You may provide your own witness, but they cannot be a beneficiary of the document, and must provide proper identification. An additional fee may apply for witnesses provided by Morales Services.
"Notary Publics are not attorneys or licensed to practice law in the State of Florida
and we may not give legal advice or accept fees for legal advice"
"The more people who own little businesses of their own, the safer our country will be; for the people who have a stake in their country and their community are its best citizens."
Generally, this service applies to I-9 Forms where Employer and Employee are not able to meet in person. In this case, the Employer will designate an Authorized Representative to act on their behalf and complete the appropriate section of the I-9 Form.
The employer will request in writing that we act as their Authorized Representative for the purposes listed above and this request should be in writing.
After the request is received, we schedule an appointment with the Employee and complete the form.
Once completed, It is the Employee's responsibility to return the form to their Employer for further processing.
If your Employer has asked you to find someone to notarize your I-9 form as a pre-employment measure, contact us right away to initiate the process. Most meetings can be performed the same or next day.