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Florida Notary General Information
Become a Florida Notary Public
Florida Notary Acknowledgment, Jurat Information
Florida Notary Public General Information
Florida Notary Bond and Seal Information
Florida Notary Commission, Application and Manual ( Handbook ) Information
Florida Notary Fees and FAQ Information
Notary Acknowledgment Florida
Do you need to find a notary to complete a Florida notary Acknowledgment, Jurat, or Florida Notary Statement? Just look
up a notary on the advanced search page by zip code. Any of the notaries on our site can help you with any type of
notarizations. Florida Notary Acknowledgments and Florida Notary Jurats are some of the most basic notary procedures,
so any notary will have no trouble helping you. Please make sure you know what type of notarization you need, because
notaries are not allowed to give "legal advice" to their signers.
Florida Notary Classes
If you are not yet a notary, please visit our Florida Notary Classes page to learn where you can study to become a
notary in Florida. Once you become a notary public, please consider purchasing one of our loan signing courses, so you can
enter the lucrative profession of being a loan signing agent. It only takes two weeks of your spare time to learn to be a
signing agent, and you can learn from the privacy of your own home with our take home courses. Questions? No problem,
just email or call us, and we can answer any questions you have about the courses before or after your purchase.
Notary Wording: Florida
Please visit our FL Acknowledgment and Jurat page to see what the official wording is for Florida notary acts. If a
document is to be recorded within the state of Florida, make sure that your notary uses the official state wording (Florida
notary wording or Florida notary verbiage).
Q. Where can I get a state of Florida notary acknowledgment?
A. Any notary in the state of Florida can help you get this done. Look one up on 123notary.com.
Q. Where can I get a Florida notary handbook?
A. Look this up on our Florida notary commission application information page.
Q. What are notary fees in Florida?
A. Look this up on our Florida Notary page
Q. Where can I find a notary who can do translation in Florida?
A. You might be better off finding a separate individual to do the translation, and then get the document notarized.
Just make sure that the signer speaks the same language as the notary.
Find a notary in Florida!
123notary has hundreds of notaries all throughout the state including: Boca Raton, Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, Tallahassee,
Tampa, and all other areas of Florida. We have many notaries in the panhandle, and all other remote parts of the state as well.
Florida and California share some identical city names:
Beverly Hills, Hollywood
Can I become a dual commissioned notary in Georgia or Alabama?
A Florida resident might be able to apply to become a Georgia notary, or Alabama notary. Inquire by contacting the notary
divisions in the corresponding states!