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Florida Notary Bonding with troy fain Insurance



Troy Fain Insurance, Inc. Florida's premier notary bonding agency! Established in 1949, Troy Fain's notary professionals assist you with all of your notary bonding needs. We offer commissioning services for new and renewing notaries, as well as a full line of notarial products, educational resources and errors & omissions insurance. Everything you need to be a notary public and perform your duties with excellence can be found here quickly and easily. Notaries are our specialty.


At Troy Fain Insurance we promise to make the process of becoming a notary or renewing your commission as simple and quick as possible. To help fulfill this promise, we now offer an online application process allowing you to electronically fill out your State of Florida application and pay online with a credit card! All you need to do after that is print, sign and mail your completed documents to us; we will take care of the rest! Visit our Become a Notary or Notary Renewal page to begin the process today!


Troy Fain Insurance hand delivers all notary applications to the Secretary of State to ensure the quickest turnaround time possible. Many other agencies require you, the notary, to provide proof of commission before producing your products. Here at Troy Fain Insurance, we receive daily information from the State of Florida, notifying us of your commission as soon as it is active. This allows us to produce your stamp and have it to you, along with any other products ordered, within 7-10 business days!


State of Florida Notary Public Qualifications:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age.

  • Must be a legal resident of the State of Florida.

  • If you are not a U.S. citizen, you must provide a recorded Declaration of Domicile, which can be obtained from your county Clerk's office.

  • Must be able to read, write and comprehend the English language.

  • All first-time applicants must take a state-approved notary public education course and submit a signed certificate of completion with the notary application.

  • You must read the notary public laws, complete the application and bond forms and sign the Oath of Office.

  • If you have been convicted of a felony, you must have your civil rights restored in order to become a notary. You must report any criminal charges, whether or not convicted on your notary application.