Attesting to Photocopies

Attesting to Photocopies

Attesting to Photocopies In Florida, notaries are authorized to attest to the trueness of photocopies of certain documents. Although commonly known as certified photocopies, the notary law refers to these documents as attested photocopies. A notary...
Birth and Death Certificates

Birth and Death Certificates

You can have a Florida vital record certification of birth, death, marriage or divorce certified as an Apostille. Call 305 507 8464 Weston Office 1820 N CORPORATE LAKES BLVD, suite 202, WESTON, FL 33326
Certifying the Contents of a Safe-Deposit Box

Certifying the Contents of a Safe-Deposit Box

Certifying the Contents of a Safe-Deposit Box Florida law provides that a financial institution may open a safe-deposit box if the rental fee is past due, providing that proper notice has been made and that certain other conditions are met. A notary...
Depositions

Depositions

Depositions   A deposition is the testimony of a witness, under oath or affirmation, taken outside of court in which lawyers ask oral questions of the witness. The testimony is usually reduced to writing and duly authenticated and is intended...
Divorce - Dissolution of Marriage

Divorce - Dissolution of Marriage

Divorce - Dissolution of Marriage. Need information on Apostilles? CALL NOW +305 507 8464 WESTON OFFICE 1820 N CORPORATE LAKES BLVD, SUITE 202, WESTON FL 33326
Oaths and Acknowledgments

Oaths and Acknowledgments

Oaths and Acknowledgments When a Notary notarize a signature, the Notary must perform one of two official notarial acts: take an acknowledgment from or administer an oath (or affirmation) to the document signer. These two acts have different purposes....
Solemnizing Marriage

Solemnizing Marriage

Solemnizing Marriage Florida is one of only three states which authorize notaries public to perform marriage ceremonies. The following guidelines should be helpful. Procedure The couple must obtain a valid Florida marriage license from a county...
Verifying a VIN

Verifying a VIN

Verifying a VIN Florida law requires that, when applying for a Florida title for the first time on a used motor vehicle, the owner must sign a sworn statement that the vehicle identification number (VIN) and the odometer reading on the vehicle are ...