Document Notarization Continues Online During Pandemic

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As of January 1, 2020, a Florida notary public may receive authorization to perform notary services through remote means of communication.[1] Once approved, a notary public is able to perform notary functions[2] using an online service, which will allow, among other things, for parties and witnesses to participate in the notary process through an audio-visual communication service, to verify the identity of participants, and to execute digital documents using electronic signatures. Remote online notarization provides you with convenient access to a notary from the comfort and safety of your home or office without the need to travel. To help our clients and the public, Vera + Skiscim is pleased to offer remote online notary services. If you are in need of a notary, please contact us using the form below.

Sources:
[1] Chapter 117, Part II, Fla. Stat. (2020)
[2] Remote online notarization of electronic wills will be permitted beginning July 1, 2020. See Section 732.522, Fla. Stat.

Remote Online Notary Request Form

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By requesting remote online notary services from Vera + Skiscim, PL, you acknowledge you are not seeking legal advice and do not expect an attorney-client relationship to be established between you and the firm.  If you desire to retain Vera + Skiscim to represent you in a legal matter, please visit the contact us portion of our website.