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SRQ Mobile Notary Solutions

Here for all your notary needs

I am a certified, licensed, insured, and bonded notary that will travel to any location you choose, whether it’s your home, office, hospital, or any other place that suits you best. I offer a wide range of services, including loan document notarization, wills, power of attorneys, living trusts, deeds, health care directives, and even wedding officiating!

I work with a variety of organizations, including title and escrow companies, attorneys, and the general public, so you can trust me to handle your notary needs with the utmost professionalism and efficiency.

Thank you for considering SRQ Mobile Notary Solutions. I’m here to help you make it official whenever you’re ready!

If You Have Any Questions or Would Like To Set Up An Appointment:
Call: (941) 347-4178
or
Email: Info@SRQMobileNotarySolutions.com

Mobile Notary Services FAQ


01.

What is a Notary Public?

A notary’s chief responsibility is to act as an impartial witness in the execution of documents, and to certify the facts of such transactions in a notarial certificate.  By properly executing his/her duties, a notary helps to deter fraud and promote the integrity and reliability of document transactions.

02.

Can a Notary refuse to serve people?

Only if the Notary is uncertain of a signer’s identity, willingness, mental awareness, or has cause to suspect fraud. Notaries may not refuse service on the basis of race, religion, nationality, lifestyle, or because the person is not a client or customer.

03.

Can a fax or photocopy be notarized?

In Florida, it is possible for a fax or photocopy to be notarized under certain circumstances, but it depends on the type of document and the specific requirements of the notary.


04.

Can a notary perform a marriage ceremony?

Florida is one of only three U.S. States that allow notaries to solemnize marriages. This duty must be performed in Florida. The marriage officiant’s portion of the certificate must be completed, and the record returned to the county in which it was issued within 10 days of the ceremony. If you are in need of a notary to perform a wedding ceremony, please ask about those services.

05.

May a Notary give legal advice or prepare legal documents?

Unless a Notary is also a licensed attorney, they are prohibited from creating legal documents or serving as a legal consultant. If they violate this rule, they may face legal consequences for practicing law without authorization. Therefore, a Notary is unable to offer guidance on your specific document or respond to any legal inquiries you may have.


When You Need A Notary in Sarasota County… You Can Count on Me!

What documents will you notarize?

  • Full Service Loan Documents
  • Real Estate Closings
  • Deeds
  • Power of Attorney
  • Wills
  • Legal Financial Documents
  • Structured Settlements
  • Adoption Papers
  • Health Care Directives
  • Insurance & Medical Documents
  • Retirement & Pension Elections
  • School Papers
  • Verifying Vehicle Identification Numbers (VIN)
  • Safe Deposit Box Verification
  • Wedding Ceremonies
  • Partner Ceremonies
  • Renewal Ceremonies
About Me

I’m Alyssa. Your Mobile Notary!

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As a mobile notary, I am pleased to offer my services for all your signing needs. As a dedicated mother and a devoted spouse, I understand the importance of providing for my family, which is why I take great pride in my work as a notary public.

I would be honored to serve as your notary for all your signing needs, and I guarantee to provide you with the highest level of professionalism and confidentiality. Thank you for considering me for this important task.

I look forward to serving you!

Alyssa Reinbolt

Notary ID: 1763296
Bonding Agency: American Association of Notaries

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