Notary Supplies & Services
Name Change - $85 More Info
This includes filing your paperwork and the required state fee, all online.
A notary must contact their original bonding agency for assistance with a notary commission name change.
Changing your name during the term of your notary commission: Any notary public who lawfully changes their name during the term of the commission must request an amended commission from their original bonding agency within sixty (60) days from the date their name changes. This form (a rider to the notary bond), current notary commission, and a $25 fee are required by the Florida Department of State. A notice of name change form must be sent to the Division via electronic transfer from your notary bonding agency.
Note: Once an amended commission has been requested, the notary public may continue to perform notarial acts in their former name until the amended commission is received.
Address Change More Info
Change Your Address on Your Florida Notary Commission
Lost Seal More Info
When completed, all notary forms must be returned to us for processing at:
Florida Notary Service.com
225 E. Robinson St. STE 570
Orlando, FL 32801
Shipping & handling will be added to your order at checkout.
Embosser More Info
Our notary embosser is a necessity if you would like to have a raised seal (such as for use on important legal documents, real estate documents, etc.) Even if a raised seal is not required on a document, you will find this adds that extra touch many of your customers will be looking for.
If you would like to purchase an embosser, please add it to your order before you complete your notary registration. If you already have your notary commission and would like to purchase an embosser, you may purchase it online at notaryofamerica.com
Self Inking Stamps
Oath Stamp More Info
Administration of Oaths - A notary public may administer an oath and make a certificate thereof when it is necessary for the execution of any writing or document to be published under the seal of a notary public. The notary public may not take an acknowledgment of execution in lieu of an oath if an oath is required. (Florida Statutes, Chapter 117.03)
Acknowledgment Stamp More Info
Acknowledgments - A notary public is authorized to take the acknowledgments of deeds and other instruments of writing for record, as fully as other officers of this state. (Florida Statutes, Chapter 117.04)
Affidavit Stamp More Info
Affidavits - An affidavit is a formal sworn statement of fact, written down, signed, and witnessed (as to the veracity of the signature) by a notary public.
Notary Record Book More Info
The handy notary log record book is ideally suited to the notary's recordkeeping. Document your notary activities, maintain records for tax purposes, etc.
66 pages; includes space for over 250 records.
Wedding Guide More Info
Florida is one of the few states that authorize notaries public to perform marriage ceremonies. This guide provides everything you will want to know about performing marriages in Florida. This publication covers your responsibilities and also provides a step-by-step guide to a variety of different marriage ceremonies including: traditional, contemporary, beach ceremonies, exchange of rings, Spanish, including children and other ceremony options.
Florida Business Guide More Info
Whether you're starting or operating a business in Florida, you will need to make sure all state and local business registration requirements have been met. This 75 page publication includes information for registering with the appropriate state regulatory authorities, contacting the Florida Department of Revenue to obtain the required tax information, and applying for occupational licenses. The Florida Business Guide, published by State of Florida.com, provides a more detailed list of Florida business requirements, along with step-by-step instructions for correctly registering your business.