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Notary Sources & Regulations

Florida / Federal / Uniform Notary Regulation Sources: 2016 Florida Statutes, Title X, Chapter 117 – Notaries Public Electronic Notarization, Florida Administrative Code Florida Civil-law...

Paralegal Services to Attorneys

Skilled paralegals are detail-orientated, organizers, and fact experts and can greatly assist in the building of cases, who can perform a larger portion of the...

Prohibited Notarial Acts

Following are some of the more common prohibited acts. •  A notary cannot officiate if the document signer is not physically present. •  A...

Basic Notarial Glossary

Notarial Duties and Glossary of Terms (very basic) Florida Notary Public — A public officer appointed by the Governor whose function it is to...

Florida Wills

It is always best to hire a qualified, licensed attorney for the preparation of your will, living will. However, below are excerpts from the...

Jurat or Acknowledgment?

What is the different between a Jurat and an Acknowledgement? An acknowledgment ensures that the signer of the document has been properly identified and...

Paralegal Prohibited Conduct

Paralegals can offer invaluable, knowledgeable, and skilled professional services to attorneys but they are not permitted to practice law.  All legal work performed by...

Notarization Tips!

Be prepared for your signing: * The signers of documents being notarized must present a valid photo ID before your documents can be notarized,...
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