Sunshine Mobile Notary
Stepping out of the crowd to deliver quality service
right to your doorstep!
Sunshine Mobile Notary LLC.
My name is Valerie Nation. I am a Remote Notary Public and Signing Agent that specializes in top notch customer service. For over 27 years, I have worked with small and large companies in a variety of industries from agriculture and real estate to private and government agencies. With this diversity, I have had the opportunity to serve in many states and interact with all walks of life. I was commissioned for 4 years in Texas before moving to Florida. I have been commissioned for more than a year in Florida serving directly to a HOA community in Estero, FL. I decided to branch out and launch my mobile business in July 2023. I embarked on this venture because I noticed the great need in the SWFL area for the notarization of legal documents. I possess a unique set of skills coupled with a deep desire to serve my community with friendly and professional service. My business is mobile and focuses on providing assistance to my clients in their everyday lives. Notary services are available for all notarial documents.
What I Do
Frequently Asked Questions
In this business of working with people and their legal documents, security is always in question. For that reason, the National Notary Association requires all notaries to have a background check completed. All notaries must be registered and be commissioned in the state that they live in and do business in. With all this being said, you can be at peace and feel secure of building a relationship with me to notarize your legal documents.
One of the following forms of identification:
- Driver’s license or identification card issued by the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles.
- Passport issued by the U. S. Department of State.
- Passport issued by a foreign government, if stamped by the U.S. Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service.
- Driver’s license issued by a territory of the United States, another state, Canada or Mexico.
- Identification card issued by a territory of the United States or a state other than Florida.
- Identification card issued by any branch of the U.S. armed forces.
- An inmate identification card issued on or after 1/1/91 by Florida Department of Corrections for an inmate who is currently in 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 notarized.
- An identification card issued by the U.S. Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call me to get answers.
Being mobile allows me to work around your schedule, and your daily activities. Once the need arises to need a notary, you don’t have to wait for a business to open or be constrained to business hours. As a mobile notary, my hours of operation allow me to be flexible and spontaneous with the needs of my clients.
I am able and willing to meet in your home, at a business, or any other agreed-upon location.
All fees are based on how many notarial acts and mileage traveled. Please contact me for availability and estimates. Subcontracts are based on the type of closing.
I welcome all Title Companies, Investment Companies, and Attorneys to contact me for a more detailed estimate.
The entire idea of my services are to make it easy for you, so I take multiple forms of payment! The following work for me:
- Cash (Cash is King!)
- E-Checks with Deluxe Payment Exchange
- Do you have the document printed and filled out? (DO NOT SIGN the document without my presence.
- Do you need a witness or two? Sworn Written Statement of Two Credible Witnesses The sworn written statement of two credible witnesses whose identities are proven to the notary public upon the presentation of satisfactory evidence that each of the following is true:
- The person whose signature is to be notarized is the person named in the document;
- The person whose signature is to be notarized is personally known to the witnesses;
- That it is the reasonable belief of the witnesses that the circumstances of the person whose signature is to be notarized are such that it would be very difficult or impossible for that person to obtain another form of identification;
- The person whose signature is to be notarized does not possess any of the identification documents specified in subparagraph 3.
- The witnesses do not have a financial interest in nor are parties to the underlying transaction.
- Have we confirmed the appointment?