Dealing with law issues can be confusing. There can be documents to fill out and countless hours of preparation for court. To ease some of the stress, Ybor City Bail Bonds provides a notary public service that can handle all of your legal documents.
It’s our job to make sure all of your legal services are taken care of properly. Whether you need a notary signature for jury trial documents or simply want to speak to someone at our bail bond company about your notary needs, call us today!
Most requests for notarization involve the signing of documents. In all cases, all signers and any required witness(es) must be present for the notarization. You'll need to bring an acceptable ID, as required by your state, along with all pages of the document being notarized.
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Notary Services FAQs
For additional information about notary requirements, consult with a legal advisor or contact your Secretary of State's office or local notary authority in your area
A Notary Public is an individual who has been recognized by the state government as being able to serve as an objective witness and provide notarizations. A notarization is generally an assurance made by a Notary Public that a document’s signature is genuine, that the signer acted without duress, and that the signer intended the terms of the document to be in full force and effect.
Most requests for notarization involve the signing of documents. In all cases, all signers and any required witness(es) must be present with the Notary for the notarization. You’ll also be required to bring an acceptable ID as required by your state. Be sure to bring all pages of the document being notarized. We suggest you don’t sign or date the document before visiting a financial center because some documents must be signed and dated in the presence of a Notary.
The following steps for notarization are defined by the state and not by Ybor City Bail Bonds. The Notary will:
- Require all signer(s)/witness(es) to be present in person
- Examine the document for completeness and ensure all pages are included
- Obtain proper identification from all signer(s)/witness(es)
- Perform the verbal confirmation
- Complete the notarial certificate
- Record the notarial act in their journal (as required by the state)
Acceptable forms of ID in most states include:
- State-issued driver’s license
- State-issued identification card
- U.S. military ID
- U.S. passport (issued by U.S. Dept. of State)
- State, county, or local government ID
In some states, an acceptable ID may also include a green card, a foreign passport, or a driver’s license officially issued in Mexico or Canada.
A Notary may be unable to complete a notarization when:
- All signer(s)/witness(es) are not present in-person with the Notary
- A document has missing pages or blank spaces that affect the intent of the document
- The signer(s) cannot produce an ID or is not known personally by the Notary (California Notaries are required to obtain an ID in all cases)
- The Notary believes changes to the document may be made after it has been signed
- There is no notarial certificate on the document and the signer cannot tell which notarial act is required
- The signer and the Notary are not able to communicate with each other
- The Notary believes the signer does not understand the purpose or consequences of signing
For certain notarial requests that involve complex rules or unfamiliar notarial types, or due to other work obligations, the Notary may recommend that you obtain further consultation with other notary service providers or legal counsel.
No. We do not charge a fee to customers, who have bail bonds with us.
No. We recommend you don’t sign or date any documents before seeing the Notary. Some documents must be signed in the presence of a Notary.
Associates are available to act as witnesses. A non-affiliated independent witness may be required in some cases. Therefore, we recommend you bring any required non-independent witness to complete your notarization.