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Proper Use of Credible Witness for Florida Notary

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What should a Florida notary do when a person is recently married and asking for documents to be notarized?

When you get married, there is a million things to do. Changing your name on all of your various forms, identifications, and accounts can be tedious and time consuming. There is usually...

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Can I Notarize Handwritten Documents?

 

Can I Notarize Handwritten Documents?

 

Yes, as a notary public you can notarize handwritten documents, in certain circumstances. As always, you have to be careful, trust your gut and follow protocol.

 

School permission forms or giving someone medical permission for your child are valid handwritten documents. Someone claiming they are the Prince of Persia may not be as...

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Notary Loose Certificate

Notary Loose Certificate

Attaching a Loose Certificate

 

Sometimes, you’re going through the steps of completing your notarial act, and you realize there is no notarial wording attached to the document. What do you do?

 

Write in the Notarial Wording

 

You can either write in the notarial wording on the front of the document, underneath the person’s signature, or...

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Common Notary Mistakes

 

Mistakes. We all make them. We can all fix them.

 

With time, comes an ease to being a notary public—the notarial acts become second nature. Even when you’re used to doing something a million times, mistakes can happen; sometimes even more frequently since you are not having to purposely focus on each step.

 

Being aware of common...

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Notary Dress Code

Notary Dress CodeThere is no set dress code for notaries. It’s harder, in essence, for your job, since you are completing varying assignments. Even though, you are not in an office setting, there are still standards you are expected to adhere to. Especially, if you are a signing agent.

 

As a notary public, you conduct assignments which are very nerve wrecking...

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How to Set Up Your Home Office

How to Set Up Your Home Office

 

You’re working from home. You want to be comfortable in your home office, but you also want to give off the right impression to your clients when they enter the space as well.

 

Open desk

If you have a desk with your computer and other materials on it, it may be a good idea to have a separate smaller table for completing notarial acts. You...

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Social Media For Your Notary Business

Social Media For Your Notary Business

 

Social Media should be an integral part of any notary’s advertising strategies nowadays.

 

Notary businesses are like any other business– they need exposure. One of the best ways to get your name out there and to connect with the people in your community is through social media.

 

There are a plethora of different sites. Do your...

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Data Safety

Data Safety

 

In this age, digital safety is harder than people think it is. As a notary public, you have plenty of sensitive information.

Protecting that information is one of the most important, and hardest, aspects of your job.

 

Computer

Home

If you work from home, have a separate account and login for your notary work. Your notary office should be...

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