wedding officiants

(​352) 507-​​83​​34

General Information about Notarial Acts

In all cases of notarial acts, the signer must be present with proper identification.  

The following are accepted forms of identification:

Florida Driver's License or ID Card issued by the Dept of Motor Vehicles (DMV)

Driver's License or ID issued by another US state or Territory

Driver's License officially issued in Mexico or Canada

US Military ID

Inmate ID

US Passport issued by the US Dept of State

Foreign Passport if stamped by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)

Permanent Resident or "Green Card" issued by the USCIS

In some cases Witnesses may be required, we provide disinterested witnesses for an additional fee and appointment.

The Florida Statues allow for many different scenarios when signing documents for people with disabilities and those that simply mark "X" for their signature.  Please call us and we will provide more information regarding your situation.

Call (352) 507-8334 for more information

What We Do

What We Do

We provide notarial services at your home or your place of business. We also travel to hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, nursing homes or anywhere notarial acts are needed.  The Governor of Florida has fixed fees for the actual notarization.  Ours additional fee includes travel and time to and from the destination of your choice.  

Florida Notaries are authorized to solemnize marriages as long as the couple presents a valid marriage certificate.

Verifying a Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)

Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is a series of numbers and letters that is specific to an individual vehicle, much like a serial number. Verifying your car’s VIN is necessary if you need to get it registered. The owner of the vehicle must swear before a Notary that the VIN and Odometer reading are correct (FS 319.23)

Newer vehicles require a Verification FORM whereby the Notary performs two separate notarial acts to complete the form.

$20.00 max per form


Certifies a signer personally appeared before the notary, was positively identified and acknowledged signing the document. (FS 11.04)

With an Acknowledgment, you are acknowledging that the signature is yours and that the document was signed of your own free will. 

$10 max per document


Certifies that the signer personally appeared before the Notary, was positively identified, signed in the Notary's presence and took an oath or affirmation from the Notary. 

 (FS 117.05)

$10 per document

Certified Copies

Notaries are often asked by signers to verify that a reproduction or photocopy of an original document or photo is a true, complete and correct copy of the original. This is called "certifying a copy" or "copy certification."  A Florida notary may make or supervise the making of a photocopy that is not a vital or public record and attest to the trueness of the copy. (FS 117.05 )

$10 per copy

Oaths and Affirmations

Oaths and Affirmations are solemn promises to a Supreme Being (Oath) or on one's own personal honor (affirmation).  (FS 117.03)

$10 per document


Florida Notaries are authorized to solemnize marriages. The Notary must ensure that the couple present a valid marriage license from a county court judge or clerk of the circuit court. The Notary may then perform the ceremony with he boundaries of the state. (FS 117.045, 2001 RMN)

$30 per ceremony