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How Long Will It Take Me To Become a Notary Public?

The decision to apply to the office of Notary Public is a great one. But now that you’ve made it, you may be wondering how long it will actually take for you to get commissioned? To start, you must complete an education course. Troy Fain Insurance of...

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Florida Notary Education Course

Fulfilling Your Notary Education in Florida: One of the requirements to be commissioned as a notary public, in the state of Florida, is to complete a notary education course. Unless necessary and pertinent to their employment, most people are not aware...

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How to Handle Notarizing Wills as a Notary Public

Wills are very legal documents. As such, it is important that you, as a notary public, know your role in the notarization of a will, as well as what you can and cannot legally do in these situations. To begin with, the preparing and drawing up of the w...

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Notary Public Requirement: Read, Write, and Understand English

The qualifications to become a Florida notary are: You must be at least 18 years old You must be a permanent resident of the state If you have ever been convicted of a felony, you must have your civil rights restored You must be able to read, write, a...

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Rejected Application vs Denied Application

If your application to become a notary public is not accepted, it will be given one of two statuses: Rejected or Denied. While they may sound like the same thing, they are not and the process to re-apply is different for each. Rejected If your applicat...

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