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Specialized in 
Real Estate Transfer & Loan Document Signings


At your preferred location, home, office, hospital or public location

Servicing South Florida  -  Broward County & Palm Beach County





From your computer, tablet or smartphone

From anywhere in the world

* Notary Public - Certified by the National Notary Association (NNA)

* Notary Signing Agent - Certified by the NNA & the Loan Signing System 

* Member of the National Notary Association

* $ 25,000 Bond


* $ 1,000,000 E & O Insurance


* Background-Screened by the NNA

* Bilingual in English & German


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Need A Document Notarized ?

Finding the time to visit a Notary might be

difficult in our busy lives. 


We offer our clients convenient solutions...

Book an appointment with us and

we will travel to your preferred location, 

at a time convenient for you ! 


Get your document legally notarized

10​0 % ONLINE

with the use of two-way webcam and audio

technology over the internet !


Let's Get It Signed and Sealed LLC will conveniently

and professionally notarize your important documents 

in your home, office or any other public location,

a courthouse, assisted living facility, hospital,

hospice or a coffee shop. 


We are specialized in Loan Signing Services throughout Broward County and Palm Beach County.


Our General Notary Services


  • Acknowledgements

  • Affidavits

  • Agreements 

  • Bankruptcy Filings

  • Bill of Sale

  • Business Registrations 

  • Construction Documents

  • Contracts

  • Copy Certifications

  • Corporate Documents

  • Court Documents

  • Deposition

  • DS-3053 

  • Divorce Documents

  • Estate Documents

  • Grant Deed

  • Health Record

  • HR Document

  • I-9 Form Verification

  • Inspection Documents 

  • Insurance Form

  • Jurats

  • Last Will &Trust

  • Lease Agreement

  • Legal Document

  • Living Will

  • Loan Documentts

  • Minor Travel Consent Form

  • Patient and Consent Form

  • Parental Consent Forms 

  • Power of Attorney

  • Prenuptial Agreement

  • Probate Documents

  • Quit Claim Deed

  • Real Estate Documents

  • School Permission Slips / Athletic Form

  • State and County Documents

  • Structured Settlements 

  • Title Documents 

  • Translation (German & English)

  • Travel Documents 

  • Witness

  • Witness Bank Safe Deposit Opening

  • Vehicle Vin ID Affidavit & Odometer Declaration

  • Vehicle Inspection

  • Vehicle Registration 

  • And much more

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In Florida, the list of acceptable IDs includes the following. These IDs must be current or issued within the past five years and include a serial or other ID number:

- A Florida identification card or driver’s license

- A U.S. passport

- A foreign passport if it is stamped by the United States Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services

- Another state driver’s license or identification card issued by a U.S. state or a territory of the United States

- A Canadian or Mexican driver’s license or an identification card


- An identification card issued by any branch of the armed forces of the United States


- A veteran health identification card issued by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs


- An inmate identification card 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

- A sworn, written statement from a sworn law enforcement officer that the forms of identification for an inmate in an institution of confinement were confiscated upon confinement and that the person named in the document is the person whose signature is to be notarized

- An identification card issued by the United States Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration

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Copies of Public Records a Florida Notary Public

CANNOT notarize

Any document for which photocopying is prohibited

- Birth Certificate

- Certificate of Citizenship or Naturalization Certificate

- Death Certificate

- Documents filed in a court proceeding

- Documents recorded by the Clerk of the Court

- Federal or state income tax forms, already filed

- Marriage Certificate

- Professional licenses issued by the State of Florida

- Public records maintained in government offices

- Student records (transcripts, etc.) kept in public education offices

Florida law specifies that Notaries may not notarize a signature on a document if it appears that the person is mentally incapable of understanding the nature and effect of the document at the time of notarization (FS 117.107[5]). 


Florida Notaries are also prohibited from taking an acknowledgment from or administering an oath to a person if the Notary knows the person has been declared mentally incapacitated by a court of competent jurisdiction (FS 117.107[4]).

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How To Prepare For A Notary Appointment

1.    Know what type of notarization you need

2.    Make sure the document is completely filled out

3.    Please bring valid and acceptable Identification

4.    Please ascertain the name on your ID matches the name on your document

5.    All signers have to be present for the notarization

6.    All signers must be aware and willing to sign

I am not an Attorney licensed to practice law in the State of Florida,

and I may NOT give legal advice. 


​A Notary Public is prohibited from the unauthorized practice of law.

The unauthorized practice of law means offering legal services without being licensed as an attorney:

- Giving advice about a document a customer needs

- Recommending the type of notarization required

- Offering an opinion about the legality or effect of a document


Hours of Operation

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Monday - Friday 9 am to 5 pm

Available 24/7 by Appointment

Same Day Service Available

954-650-0767| Phone Call or Text

Service Area

- Broward County

- Palm Beach County

- And surrounding areas

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