Adoption is unique in the notarization world. These documents are extremely sensitive. Adoption documentation is highly regulated and requires that the notary not only provide the date but the time of the notarization and signature. Additionally, while notaries can act as witnesses in the state of Florida for many documents, they are not permitted to act as witnesses for adoption documents, which have many other rules involved. If you need the advice of an attorney on adoption law, please call us for a recommendation. It is important that you have a qualified attorney for your adoption needs.

If you aren’t sure where to start and you want to understand the process of how adoption works, who to contact concerning the process, and where to possibly obtain a qualified attorney that specialises in adoption, you may visit to find information directly from The Florida Family Court.

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