New e-book Launch for New Normal

February 3, 2023

The pandemic has made the health and safety of individuals working in offices, such as law firms and accounting firms, and individuals working with others in their homes, such as contractors, A/C installers and plumbers, a priority.  Remote Notarization, also known as Online Notarization, provides safeguards for individuals in those fields of work.  For others the solution or new normal has been to work remotely.  Remote Notarization also provides those individuals working remotely the convenience to still get their work executed properly by a notary without returning to an office.  

Our e-book launch is for signers who have questions about their eligibility and validity of the documents for notarization online. Additionally, this book can be used for professionals to share with clients considering online notarization to accommodate their current need or demand.  Commonly asked questions that we’ve experienced as Florida Notary Publics include, but are not limited to, the following:

  1. What is online notarization?
  2. What do I as the signer need to do to get started?
  3. What does the signed document look like?
  4. What are the benefits of online notarization?
  5. Is remote notarization right for my clients?
  6. Do I, as the signer, need to be a technology expert?
  7. Can I sign my estate planning documents online?
  8. Do I have to be in Florida to have a use an online Florida Notary?

These questions have all been addressed in our new e-book called, “Remote Online Notarization: Signer’s Guide”. To download our FREE e-book for signers, please click  eBook Signer Edition ( Our e-book is designed to enhance the signer’s experience by providing knowledge and setting the expectations for each signer.

In conclusion, this free downloadable and/or printable e-book provides the guidance and best practices for any new signers wanting the convenience and/or security of signing documents remotely for execution by a Florida Notary Public.

Written by: Genna Rubolino, FRP, General Manager

Florida Notary Public and Florida Online Notary

Guardian Ad Litem: 15th Judicial Circuit

Please note that I, as the author of this article, am not a licensed attorney and as such cannot offer legal advice. No content of this article/blog post is intended as, nor should it be construed as legal advice.