An affidavit is a written statement of facts which is used as a piece of evidence in court. It is made by you, the deponent, and confirmed by oath or affirmation by a notary public. We are authorized by law to be the witness of deponent’s oath. We are there to ensure the authenticity of the signature and guarantee that the signature was not coerced and that it was applied voluntarily. Once you acknowledge the statement of facts and sign it for its intended purpose, we will notarize it. The statement of facts becomes an affidavit.
We are authorized to solemnize the rites of matrimony under Section 741.07, Florida Statutes. The marriage ceremony performed by us is legal and binding if
- You have obtained a marriage license from an authorized Florida official
- Your marriage is performed within the geographical boundaries of Florida
- The bride and groom are qualified to be joined in marriage
If you have obtained a marriage license from a different state, any notary service provider all over Florida cannot solemnize the rites of matrimony.
A power of attorney is a legal document that grants you, the agent, the legal authority to act on behalf of another, the grantor or principal, and make individual lawful decisions for them. For a power of attorney to be legally binding, it must be signed in front of a licensed notary public like Universal L. Services. We will verify your signature and ensure that you are signing under your own free will. We will witness the signing as a representative of the Florida state government.
We provide best in class translation and transcription notary services. Our professional translators are experts in transcripts translations. We also provide court interpreting and certified translations for businesses and individual clients. We can translate documents and photos that are visible and legible, in a different format for your convenience. We also translate birth certificates which are accepted by federal and most state agencies. Other documents that we translate include affidavits, marriage certificates, bank statements, court transcripts, divorce decrees, death certificate among others.
We are a licensed divorce notary public. If you are looking to notarize your divorce papers, you will need to submit a valid identity proof, financial affidavits, supporting documentation as well as your divorce complaint. Once the documents are verified, you and your spouse will be signing them in our presence. We will act as a witness to your signature and notarize your divorce papers by signing and dating them. An embossed seal/stamp will be used by us to finalize the entire process.
We can help you with any notarization. Notary acknowledgments and notary jurats
Our general notary services include oaths, affirmations, protests, depositions, among others. You can contact us for any notary service, and we will be glad to help.