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Hello, my name is Marisa Flores, and I am looking forward to helping you with your next notary service needs.
MF Mobile Notary Services is your local public notary located in the City of Fruitland Park, in Lake County, Florida.
Our mobile notary services will come to your office, business, home, or nearby public restaurant near your location in the City of Fruitland Park or nearby surrounding counties, Lake, Marion, and Sumter.
We offer bilingual (Spanish/English) services.  Ofrecemos servicios bilingües (español/inglés).
Please consider us for your next notary service by calling us at (407) 414-4616 to schedule your appointment.  You can also reach us by text at the same phone number provided or email us at MissyMarisaFlores@gmail.com
As a Florida notary I am authorized to perform by law the following basic duties:
·        Administer oaths or affirmations.
·        Take acknowledgements.
·        Attest to photocopies of certain documents.
·        Solemnize marriages.
·        Verify vehicle identification number (VINs)
·        Certify the contents of safe deposit boxes.

Oaths and Acknowledgments

When you notarize a signature, you must perform one of two official notarial acts: take an acknowledgment from or administer an oath (or affirmation) to the document signer. To take an acknowledgment, the document signer must personally appear before you, the notary public, and declare that he or she has signed the document voluntarily.  Documents typically requiring an acknowledgment include deeds, mortgages, contracts, and powers of attorney (except those pertaining to motor vehicle titles).  An oath or affirmation is administered to a document signer when the signer is required to make a sworn statement about certain facts. The signer personally appears before you to swear (or affirm) to you, an officer duly appointed to administer oaths, that the information contained in the document is true.  An oath similar to one administered in court by a judge or bailiff would be sufficient.


A deposition is the testimony of a witness, under oath or affirmation, taken outside of court in which lawyers ask oral questions of the witness. Notaries are authorized to administer an oath for a deposition for use in a court case or an investigation. When administering the oath, the notary must require the deponent's physical presence and properly identify him or her.

Attesting to Photocopies

In Florida, notaries are authorized to attest to the trueness of photocopies of certain documents. Although commonly known as certified photocopies.
■ The document must be an original document. A notary public cannot make an attested photocopy from a photocopy, or from another certified copy.
■ The document cannot be a public record, certified copies of which are available from another public official. If a certified copy can be obtained from the official source, then the notary public should decline the request.
■ The making of the photocopy must be supervised by the notary public. It is not sufficient for the notary public to compare the photocopy with the original document. The notary public must actually make the photocopy or supervise another person while he or she makes the photocopy.

Solemnizing Marriage

Florida is one of only three states which authorize notaries public to perform marriage ceremonies.
■ The couple must obtain a valid Florida marriage license from a county court judge or clerk of the circuit court and present it to the notary public before the marriage ceremony.
■ The notary public performs the marriage ceremony. An example of a simple, civil ceremony is printed below. It may be personalized, and the bride and groom may even exchange their own vows. But the couple's vows must reflect their intentions to make a legally binding commitment to each other.
■ The notary public is responsible for making a certificate on the appropriate portion of the marriage license and returning it to the office of the county court judge or clerk of the circuit court which issued the license within 10 days after solemnizing the marriage. § 741.08, Fla. Stat.
■ It is recommended that two witnesses, other than the notary, sign the marriage certificate in the event that proof of the marriage ceremony is necessary in the future.

Safe-Deposit Box

A notary public is authorized and required to be present for the opening of the safe-deposit box, to inventory the contents of the vault, and to make an appropriate certificate of the opening. The notary is not required to estimate the value of the contents of the safe-deposit box.
■ The notary must be present at the time the safe-deposit box is opened and may not be a director, officer, employee, or stockholder of the financial institution. An officer of the institution must also be present with the notary at the opening of the safe-deposit box.
■ When the safe-deposit box is opened, the notary should inventory the contents of the box and should complete a certificate reciting the name of the lessee, the date of the opening, and a list of the contents. Florida law does not provide a form certificate; however, the following form, prepared by the Notary Section, should be sufficient.
■ Once the certificate is completed, copies should be made. The notary should place the original certificate in a package with the contents of the safedeposit box and seal the package. The notary must then write on the outside of the package the name of the lessee and the date of the opening.
■ The notary should leave the sealed package and a copy of the certificate with the financial institution.
Marisa Isabel Flores

Member of American Society of Notaries

Cell Phone: 407-414-4616
Email: MissyMarisaFlores@gmail.com