Time is money
Travel Fees must be paid in advance to set an appointment. Unless otherwise specified by Lisa.
Any fees paid to Lisa's Traveling Notary Service for Travel are non-refundable once she travels to the location.
Lisa will schedule with you, an appropriate amount of time for signings depending on your document(s). Anyone signing, including Witnesses, must be on time for the appointment and have a proper ID with them. The Notary will wait up to 30 minutes of the scheduled time limit for signers who are not prepared with a fee of $10 extra.
All signer(s) must be in the presence of Notary at the time the signature is notarized. NO exceptions.
The person(s) signing the document(s) must present a valid form of photo identification to the Notary, and the Notary must be able to determine with reasonable certainty that the person(s) match the identification. If this condition cannot be met, Lisa will not notarize the document(s).
Acceptable identification include:
- A Florida ID card or a driver license issued by the public agency authorized to issue driver licenses
- A passport issued by the Department of State of the United States
- A passport issued by a foreign government if the document is stamped by the United States Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services
- A driver license or an ID card issued by a public agency authorized to issue driver licenses in a state other than Florida, a territory of the United States, Canada or Mexico
- An ID card issued by any branch of the United States Armed Forces
- A veteran health ID card issued by the United States Department of VA.
- An inmate ID issued on or after January 1, 1991, by the Florida Department of Corrections for an inmate who is in the custody of the department
- An inmate identification card issued by the United States Department of Justice, Bureau of Prisons, for an inmate who is in the custody of the department
- An identification card issued by the United States Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services.
NOTE: If a signer does not have any of the identifications listed above, 2 witnesses, with the acceptable form of identification, and who personally know the signer and who has no interest in the documents to be signed may vouch for the signer’s identity by signing and swearing under oath that the signer is the person he/she claims to be.
Visually Impaired Signers
In the case of a blind signer, the law requires a notary to read any document to the signer before the notarization.
Non English Speaking Signers
In the case of a signer who does not understand English, Lisa requires there be an interpreter to translate the document(s) to be signed into a language the signer understands. Securing the interpreter is the responsibility of the signer.