Notary Steve

Steve & Kay Shapiro, Florida Notary Publics located in Oldsmar, Florida



Mobile Florida Notary Publics


Headquartered in Oldsmar, FL, Notary Publics Steve & Kay provide

mobile notary services to the entire Tampa Bay area including:

Pinellas, Pasco, Hillsborough, Polk, Hernando, Manatee, Sarasota, Citrus and more.


We provide our customers with prompt, reliable, dependable and timely service.

Please contact us to set up an appointment.


We travel to hospitals, health care facilities, homes, beaches and more.

Our goal is to make your notary needs as convenient and enjoyable as possible.


We are qualified, dependable and guarantee our work to be 100% error free.


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Notary Services

  • Administer oaths or affirmations

  • Take acknowledgments

  • Attest to photocopies of certain documents

  • Solemnize marriage

  • Verify vehicle identification numbers. (VINs)

  • Certify the contents of a safe-deposit box

  • General Notary Services
  • Affidavits
  • Power of Attorney
  • Trusts
  • Wills
  • Deeds
  • Loan Documents
  • Loan Modifications
  • Automobile Purchases
  • Vehicle VIN Verification
  • Weddings



Wedding Services


Notary Publics Steve & Kay offer services for a variety of weddings,

commitment, renewal of vows and partnership ceremonies.


Wedding solemnization service is available but not limited to the Tampa Bay area.


We offer a variety of weddings, commitment, renewal of vows and partnership ceremonies throughout Florida. We encourage you to have a wedding ceremony that reflects you and your life style, personal beliefs and your spiritual or religious customs.


Any time…Sunrise or Sunset or anytime in between.


Notary Steve & Kay are available on short notice, or you can plan ahead.


A State of Florida Marriage License is required.


(For Florida residents there is a three day waiting period from date of license

issued unless a premarital class attendance certification is provided at the

time services are requested.)


Write your own vows or we can help.

Short or long ceremony, whatever your preference.

Pick your location!


Wherever you would like to hold your ceremony it can be arranged.

Please contact us for more information!



What is a Notary Public?

A Notary Public is an honest, trustworthy, responsible and dignified member of our society.

Commissioned by the Governor of the State of Florida and appointed by the office of the

Secretary of State to witness by officially sealed written acknowledgment or jurat the signing

of documents as well as administer oaths.

The primary function of a notary is positive identification of the document's signer -

verifying that the person who signed the document  is, in fact, the person named in it.

(Notaries are not responsible for the content of the documents.)


To better serve you more efficiently, please note that Florida law requires that the

notary either personally know their signer or obtain proof of identification.


The following are acceptable forms of identification pursuant to Florida Law:
  • Florida Driver's license or identification card;

  • Passport issued by the U.S. Dept. 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;

  • Inmate identification card issued on or after 1/1/91 by Florida Department of Corrections for an inmate who is currently in custody;

  • 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;

  • Identification card issued by the U.S. Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service.





Disclaimer: "Notary's Steve and Kay Shapiro are not attorneys licensed to practice law in the State of Florida,

and may not give legal advice or accept fees for legal advice."


(C) Steven K. Shapiro 2010 - 2012, All Rights Reserved


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