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Mobile Notary Signings

Short notice, last minute and emergency notarizations welcome! No job is too big or too small! Mobile Notary Public services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Weekend deals are no longer an issue. Deals outside of office hours aren’t an issue neither. With our services, you can even get a mobile notary or remote online notary for any and all your important documents if you simply don’t feel like traveling to an office. True Notary Services is ready to offer you all the notary-related conveniences and ensure that your notarization deals are smooth as butter.

Notarization from any where in the world

Remote Online Notary Signings

True Notary Services provides you the ability to schedule signing appointments and provide end-to-end Remote Online Notary signings quickly and efficiently from any where in the world 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our RON agents can meet you online remotely to provide notarization. Generally remote notarization will take less than 10 minutes and at your convenience.

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Areas we cover

True Notary Services agents are happy to visit you anywhere that is convenient for you. Short notice, last minute and emergency notarizations welcome! No job is too big or too small! We serve all of the following areas throughout South Florida mobile or remotely by appointment, available 24/7 for your convenience. So, all you need to do is select your location in South Florida, and our notary public will be dispatched to arrive wherever you are...

Miami-Dade County

  • Miami
  • North Miemi
  • South Miami
  • Kendall
  • Kendall Lakes
  • Hialeah
  • Homestead
  • Doral
  • Coral Gables
  • Aventura
  • Miami Lakes
  • Miami Gardens
  • Miami Beach
  • North Miami Beach
  • Pinecrest
  • Cutler Bay
  • Palmetto Bay
  • Key Biscayne
  • Sunny Isle Beach
  • Florida City
  • Miami Springs
  • Miami Shores
  • Sweetwater
  • Hialeah Gardens
  • Medley
  • Westchester
  • Virginia Gardens
  • The Hammocks
  • Indian Creek
  • Country Walk
  • … and Other Surrounding Cities

Palm Beach County

  • West Palm Beach
  • Palm Beach
  • Palm Beach Gardens
  • Palm Beach Shores
  • Boca Raton
  • Delray Beach
  • Boynton Beach
  • Jupiter
  • Lake Worth
  • Wellington
  • Royal Palm Beach
  • North Palm Beach
  • Riviera Beach
  • Greenacres
  • Belle Glade
  • Lantana
  • Palm Springs
  • Juno Beach
  • Juno Ridge
  • Westlake
  • Tequesta
  • Lake Park
  • Pahokee
  • Manalapan
  • Highland Beach
  • Ocean Ridge
  • The Acreage
  • Loxahatchee Groves
  • Mangonia Park
  • Hypoluxo
  • Atlantis
  • South Bay
  • Haverhill
  • Royal Palm Estates
  • Kings Point
  • Lake Belvedere Estates
  • Westgate
  • Glen Ridge
  • … and Other Surrounding Cities

St. Lucie County

  • Port St. Lucie
  • Fort Pierce
  • Saint Lucie
  • Lakewood Park
  • River Park
  • White City
  • Indian River Estates
  • Fort Pierce North
  • Fort Pierce South
  • … and Other Surrounding Cities

Glades County

  • Moore Haven
  • Buckhead Ridge
  • … and Other Surrounding Cities

Collier County

  • Naples
  • Marco Island
  • Immokalee
  • Golden Gate
  • Everglades City
  • Lely
  • Goodland
  • Chokoloskee
  • Naples Manor
  • Verona Walk
  • Orangetree
  • Plantation Island
  • … and Other Surrounding Cities

Broward County

  • Fort Lauderdale
  • Pompano Beach
  • Pompano Beach Highlands
  • Hollywood
  • Coral Springs
  • Pembroke Pines
  • Pembroke Park
  • Plantation
  • Davie
  • Weston
  • Sunrise
  • Miramar
  • Deerfield Beach
  • Margate
  • Tamarac
  • Coconut Creek
  • Lauderhill
  • Dania Beach
  • Parkland
  • Hallandale Beach
  • Oakland Park
  • Cooper City
  • Lauderdale Lakes
  • Lauderdale by The Sea
  • Hillsboro Beach
  • Hillsboro Pines
  • Boulevard Gardens
  • Pine Island Ridge
  • Roosevelt Gardens
  • … and Other Surrounding Cities

Martin County

  • Stuart
  • Jensen Beach
  • Palm City
  • Hobe Sound
  • Indiantown
  • Port Salerno
  • Jupiter Island
  • Rio
  • Ocean Breeze
  • North River Shore
  • … and Other Surrounding Cities

Okeechobee County

  • Okeechobee
  • Taylor Creek
  • Cypress Quarters
  • … and Other Surrounding Cities

Hendry County

  • Mc Donough
  • Stockbridge
  • Locust Grove
  • Hampton
  • Heron Bay
  • Blacksville
  • … and Other Surrounding Cities

Monroe County

  • Marathon
  • Islamorada
  • Key Largo
  • Big Pine Key
  • Tevernier
  • Cudjoe Key
  • Key Colony Beach
  • Big Coppitt Key
  • Duck Key
  • Layton
  • North Key Largo
  • … and Other Surrounding Cities

Every signer must demonstrate a willingness to sign the documents without coercion. He/she must also be aware of what they are signing and understand the significance of the transaction. Documents cannot be notarized if there is any cognitive impairment. Every signer must show valid (not expired) photo identification. Click here for approved form of IDs.

Short notice, last minute and emergency notarizations
Remote Online Notary signings quickly and efficiently
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general questions of a Notary Public role

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Notary Public?

  • According to the National Notary Association, a Notary Public is a public servant who is appointed by the Secretary of State to witness the signing of important documents, administer oaths and other tasks authorized by state law. A Notary Public is an honest and responsible individual.

What is a mobile notary public?

A mobile notary public performs the same services as a regular notary public but is willing to travel to any location for anyone who is unable to leave his or her business or home for notarizing documents.

How does the notarization process work?

The Notary Public must fill in the notarial certificate, record the transaction in a journal, complete all required signatures and apply his or her seal to finalize the notarization. It is required that the signer of the document be present at the time of notarization. The Notary may ask questions to the signer to establish willingness and awareness of the transaction. The Notary Public must also identify the signer by asking to see a current identification document, which must contain a photograph, physical description and a signature. The Notary Public must check for a driver’s license, state ID, passport or US military identification issued within the last 5 years. The notary must check the document for missing information, blank spaces, and ensure that the signer completes the document before it is notarized.

Why do I need to notarize documents?

The notarization process makes a public record in the notarial journal and detects or deters document fraud. This process does not prove any truth to statements and does not legalize or validate a document. A public notary ensures that the person signing documents agrees to the terms of the documents or has vouched under oath or affirmation that the contents of the document were true.

Can you notarize any document?

All documents that contain text committing a signer, an original signature of the signer, or a notarial certificate which appears on the document or on an attachment can be notarized.

Is notarization required by law?

Majority of the documents are required by law to be notarized. Certain affidavits, deeds and powers of attorney cannot receive legal binding unless they are notarized. However, certain documents for private entities and individuals do not require notarization but can be notarized for protection from fraud.

Are you bonded and has your background been checked?

Yes, we bonded and undergo background screenings. All notaries are also required to be bonded in order to protect the public from negligent mistakes or dishonest acts performed by the notary.

Can you provide legal advice or prepare legal documents?

No, a Notary Public is forbidden to prepare legal documents or provide legal advice unless he or she is an attorney. Violators will be prosecuted for unauthorized practice of the law.

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