Daytona Beach Notary Public and Assistance with Florida Apostilles

Do you ever ask, “is there a Daytona Notary Public near me?”   Here’s your answer:  Florida Document Specialists provides a Daytona Beach Notary Public in their Daytona Beach office, and their notarial services are available to the general public subject to availability.  Please call first to make sure a Daytona Beach Notary Public is available or to make an appointment. We have a comfortable conference room to conduct business.

 

Daytona Beach Notary Fees

$10 for the first notarization stamp and $5 for each additional notarization.

FREE NOTARIZATION for Law Enforcement, Fire/EMS, Dispatch/911, Active Duty Military/Current Guard and Reserve.  Thank you for your service.

Notaries are authorized by law to perform six basic duties:

  • Administer Oaths or Affirmations
  • Take Acknowledgments
  • Attest to Photocopies of Certain Documents
  • Solemnize Marriage
  • Verify Vehicle Identification Numbers  (VINs)
  • Certify the Contents of a Safe-Deposit Box.

What is a Florida Apostille?

An apostille is authentication of a public document in a foreign country.  A public document is a document issued by an elected or appointed public official or has been notarized.  The apostille certifies the authenticity of the issuing official or notary public’s signature.

Examples

  • Marriage License
  • Certificate of Death
  • School Transcripts
  • High School Diplomas
  • Vehicle Titles
  • Adoption Records
  • Criminal Background Checks
  • Court Documents

The only competent authority in Florida to issue an Apostille is the Florida Department of State.

If you need a document apostille in the Daytona Beach area, we can handle the process for you. 

Our services include:

  • Making Attested Photocopies of Your Eligible Documents
  • Producing the Notarial Certifications
  • Completion of  the Florida Application for Apostille Paperwork
  • Priority Mail Service Outbound and Return

If you want to learn more about Authentications (Florida Apostilles and Notarial Certifications), please visit the Florida Department of State’s Apostille web-page.