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Notary Services, LLC

TDC Notary Services, LLC is a veteran and woman-owned business created to provide mobile notary services to Clay and Duval County, Florida.  We are here for your convenience to help with all of your notary service needs and offer additional services such as Apostilles, VIN Verifications, Ink Fingerprinting, and I-9 Employment Eligibility Verifications.  We will meet you wherever is most comfortable and convenient for you, whether that that be your home or office, a nearby coffee shop, hospital room or nursing home, you name it. Submit your information on the contact form for a quote or book an appointment online today. We look forward to serving you!

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General Notarizations

Notary Signing Agent

Swearing In Witness

Certifying Contents of Safe-Deposit Box

Florida VIN Verification

Solemnizing Marriages

Apostille Services

I-9 Employment Eligibility Verifications

Ink Fingerprinting Services

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Proper identification and your filled out document(s). Your document should be completely filled out EXCEPT the signature, date, and notarial certificate. A Notary Public cannot notarize incomplete documents that contain blank spaces. If spaces are inapplicable and intended to be left unfilled, the signer should write “Not Applicable” or “N/A”. Please DO NOT fill out any portion of the Notarial Certificate at the bottom of the page. Please Note: the signer must be aware of what they are signing and be willing to sign without coercion.

If the signer cannot produce and is unable to obtain proper identification, they must provide two credible witnesses, who are personally known to them, and who both have acceptable forms of identification. To ensure truthfulness, the Notary must obtain a sworn, written statement from each credible witness, and the following must be true:

  1. The person whose signature is to be notarized is the person named in the document.
  2. The person whose signature is to be notarized is personally known to the witness.
  3. That it is the reasonable belief of the witness that it would be very difficult or impossible for the person whose signature is to be notarized to obtain another form of identification.
  4. The person whose signature is to be notarized does not possess any of the acceptable forms of identification documents.
  5. The witness does not have any financial interest in the document and is not named in the document.

An Apostille is simply the name for a specialized certificate, issued by the Secretary of State, that confirms the authenticity of an official signature on a document. The Apostille is attached to your original document to verify it is legitimate and authentic so it will be accepted in one of the other countries that participate in the Hague Convention of 1961.  Federally-issued documents require an Apostille directly from the U.S. Department of State.  If the country where you are going to be using the document is not a part of the Hague Convention additional certification through the U.S. Secretary of State and appropriate Embassy will be needed.

In order to execute any type of estate planning documents such as Durable Power of Attorney, Last Will and Testament, Living Will, Healthcare Surrogate Designation, etc., the signer must be aware of what they are signing and must be willing to sign without coercion.  This means if your loved one is suffering from Dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease, they must sign in a moment of lucidity, be aware of the contents in the document they are about to sign, and be willing to sign without being coerced otherwise we cannot proceed with the notarization. In this case, we recommend consulting with a licensed Elder Law attorney to discuss your options.  We are happy to refer you to a reputable Elder Law attorney, if needed.

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