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Florida Notaries Public may Tie the Knot Did you know Florida is one of only three states that permits its notaries public to officially perform a wedding ceremony? There are 6,200 couples getting married every day in the United States. This means tha...
Florida Notaries Public may "Tie the Knot"
Did you know Florida is one of only three states that permits its notaries public to officially perform a wedding ceremony? There are 6,200 couples getting married every day in the United States. This means that couples across the country spend a combined $72 billion per year on wedding expenses, and for one-third of those couples, this will not be their first time saying “I do.” In 2015 nearly half of all weddings took place during the summer months. With summer right around the corner, now is as good a time as ever for Florida notaries to explore performing wedding ceremonies. It is simple to lend your services to friends, family, and anyone you know who is anticipating their big day!
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The main goal of the office of Notary Public is to protect the public by preventing fraud. Unfortunately, it is a sad fact that not every notary public takes their duties and contribution to society seriously. In order to uphold the integrity and honor...
How to Spot a Fake Florida ID For any notarization, not only must the signer be present, but it is your duty as the notary to ensure the signer provides adequate identification. While the average notary probably cannot detect expertly faked identific...
One reason many people become a notary public is the extra potential source of income that the position offers. There are limits, however, to what you can legally charge. The maximum rates per notarial act (as of 1/1/2016) are: $ ...
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