|Salomon J. Cardenas
a Public Notary serving
Naples, Fl for more than
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|As a Florida Notary Public
I would be honored to officiate your
wedding ceremony at a location of your
choice, in the Naples Fl. Area.
|A Notary Public is a public officer appointed and
commissioned by the Governor whose function is to
administer oaths, to take acknowledgments of deeds and
other instruments, to attest to or certify photocopies of
certain documents and to perform other duties specified by
I will, as a Notary Public:
Administer oaths or affirmations
Attest to photocopies of certain documents
Solemnize a marriage, etc.
Please call me with any of your needs,
I will take your call personally! 239-503-5280
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|Link to obtain Marriage license
information in Collier County, Naples,
As a Mobile Notary Public I can go to your
home, office, hospital, nursing home, or any
place that is convenient to you.
Notary Public services include; Affidavits,
Notarizations for Acknowledgements &
Power of Attorney, Administering Oaths,
Attesting to Photocopies, Depositions,
Verifying VIN's, Apostille Service, and more.
The Secretary of State will Certify or
Apostille the following documents:
1. Documents notarized or certified as
true copies by a Florida Notary Public
2. Birth or Death Certificates bearing
the signature of the State Registrar
obtained from the Bureau of Vital
Statistics in Jacksonville Florida
3. Vehicle Titles certified by the Florida
Department of Motor Vehicles.
4. Corporation documents bearing the
signature of the Secretary of State
Documents certified by a Clerk of the
Court from a county within Florida.
5. Notarized Translations.
Taking Acknowledgements - To take an acknowledgment, the document signer must personally appear before the notary public, and declare that he or she
has signed the document voluntarily. “Do you acknowledge that this is your signature and that you are executing this document of your own free will?”
Administering Oaths - An oath or affirmation is administered to a document signer when the signer is required to make a sworn statement about certain
facts. The signer personally appears before the notary public to swear (or affirm) to the notary public, an officer duly appointed to administer oaths, that the
information contained in the document is true. A person who makes a false oath or affirmation is subject to criminal charges for perjury. Sworn statements
are commonly used in affidavits, depositions, and applications. A notarization requiring an oath begins with the administration of an oath or affirmation.
“Do you swear (or affirm) that the information contained in this document is true?”
Affidavits - An affidavit is a common form of sworn statement requiring an oath.
Nuestra Oficina esta en::
580 11th St N.
Naples, Fl 34102
Salomon J Cardenas
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