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Able Notary & Wedding

New Smyrna Beach, FL, Volusia

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Able Notary & Wedding

New Smyrna Beach, FL, Volusia

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Able Notary & Wedding is a full-service provider of Notary services in the Volusia County area. We are located in New Smyrna Beach, but we also travel to Daytona Beach, Edgewater, Port Orange and surrounding areas. We'll travel to you to handle all of your notary needs!

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23 September 2012

I needed to get a document notarized for my son's school. It arrived by mail late Saturday afternoon and the school needed it returned by Monday. I tried UPS Store only to find it was closed. I found Jillian online and she was able to come right to my home. It was very convenient and I was able to pay with my Debit card. More...

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Each assignment is different, yet predictable. We follow a specific set of guidelines on each notary act we perform to ensure we comply with the legal requirements of the document presented and while maintaining the integrity of the notarial act.

Having my own business allows me to do what I'm good at on my own terms. Having the flexibility to set your own schedule and make your own hours allows me the freedom to branch out to expand skills and offer other services. Doing what I love also makes a happier me and therefore I never have to dread "going to work."

We offer a very specific service as a mobile notary service provider. Most of our clients are hospitals, assisted living facilities, or folks who cannot otherwise travel themselves to an office or bank to have a document notarized. We travel to them for convenience. We charge a trip fee based on location, and then charge per notarization.

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Whether you are purchasing a new home, or refinancing your current home, our experienced notary signing agent can ensure that your real estate loan documents are executed, notarized, and returned to your lender or title company for processing.

A power of attorney dealing with financial matters must be signed by the principal before a notary public, as well as two disinterested witnesses.

A document presented to a Notary as a last will and testament should be notarized. Certain “self-proving” wills may require notarization of the signatures of witnesses as well as the signature of the testator. Living Wills may or may not require a notary, depending on the form used, and some may only require two disinterested witnesses.