Please review the information below to ensure a quick & efficient notary experience.
It is essential that you read and review your documents before your notary appointment. If you do not understand the documents then you must contact an attorney for clarification. LXE Virtual's notary is NOT an attorney and cannot give legal advice or accept fees for legal advice.
Required to Complete
Please make sure your document contains an oath/affirmation/acknowledgement. You can find examples by CLICKING HERE
There should be no blank lines or spaces for information to be added after the document(s) has been notarized. The only exception would be spaces reserved for government officials, which usually state "For Official Use Only" or something similar.
A valid, government issued photo ID is required for the notary to confirm, with reasonable certainty, that the signer matches the presented ID. If the notary cannot reasonably confirm the ID of the signer then the notarization will not be completed. Please contact us in advance if you have questions about what is acceptable identification or if you do not have identification.
Please check in advance if your document(s) will require witnesses so that you can arrange for them to be present. Witnesses must also have required ID. We strongly advise you NOT use a relative as a witness, and in some cases it is illegal to use a relative. We encourage you to consult a licensed attorney before using a relative as a witness. Please note we can provide a witness, for an additional fee, if given prior notice.
Per the State of Florida "Certifying a translation is not an authorized duty of a Florida notary public. However, you may notarize the signature of the translator on an affidavit where the translator certifies and swears to the accuracy of his or her translation"
What Can Be Notarized?
The following are examples. If you don't see your document listed, contact us to verify. Adoption Papers Advanced Health Care Directives Claim of Lien Deed Divorce Documents Loyalty Oaths Mortgage Documents Power of Attorney (POA) Prenuptial Agreement Out of an abundnace of caution, LXE Virtual will not notarize wills. We recommend you execute wills under the supervision of a licensed attorney.
Can You Certify Copies?
Yes, if you need us to come to your office and certify a copy we can do that. You must have the original document with you when we arrive. The following CANNOT be certified: Public Records & Vital Records, such as those listed below: Birth Certificates Court Records Criminal Records Death Certificates Deeds, Mortgages, & Related Property Records Divorce Decrees Driving Records Election Records Licenses (including Professional and Business) Marriage Certificates Missing Persons Sex Offender Records Unclaimed Property Voter Registration
Please feel free to reach out to us! We are happy to answer any questions you might have.