Remote Online Notarization: Notary Guide

October 13, 2023

Florida Notary Publics have been conducting remote notarizations since it became effective on January 1, 2020.  Remote Notarization, also known as Online Notarization, provides an efficient, secure, and convenient way to get documents notarized outside typical office settings.  We noticed that even though online notarization has been accepted since its legal date, some notaries still don’t know how to conduct a notarization online. 

Our e-book launch is for Florida notaries who have questions about how to conduct an online notarization in accordance with Florida law. Additionally, this book can be used for professionals to share with their team considering online notarization to accommodate their current need or demand.  Commonly asked questions that we’ve experienced as educators in our field include, but are not limited to, the following:

  1. What are the responsibilities of a Florida Online Notary?
  2. How do I connect with the signers?
  3. What responsibilities does the platform I use have?
  4. What do I need from the online signer to begin?
  5. What are the benefits of conducting a notarization online?
  6. Where can I find online notarization resources?

These questions have all been addressed in our new e-book called, “Remote Online Notarization: Notary Guide”. To download our FREE e-book for Florida notaries, please click  eBook Signer Edition ( Our e-book is designed to enhance the notary’s knowledge and capabilities by educating the notary using our own experiences.

In conclusion, this free downloadable and/or printable e-book provides the guidance and best practices for any new or old notaries wanting the convenience and/or security of signing documents remotely.

Written by: Genna Rubolino, FRP, Founder

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.