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   And best wishes for your upcoming wedding!  Your wedding dJuez de Bodas          Weddingsay will mark the beginning of a brand new chapter of your life.  It is a day that you will carry in your hearts forever.  It would be an honor for us to   be a part of your joyous celebration. 
This special day, should be the wedding that you have always dreamed off.  You should be able to do whatever makes you and your partner happy.  We have performed weddings for just the Bride and Groom, to as many as the Bridge and Groom and their hundreds of guest. 


Performing marriages ceremonies is one of the most rewarding and heartwarming occasions that I have the privilege of participating in.  This honor is still felt, even after over 20 years of performing wedding ceremonies, not only in Florida, but as well as Massachusetts as a Justice of the Peace.  Our marriages ceremonies are of non-denominational ministers and civil celebrants.   We also specialize in performing bilingual (Spanish-English) weddings.


We perform all types of ceremonies in all types of settings:  from religious to civil - from a Country Club setting to barefoot on the beach.   Some of our past wedding ceremonies have been; on a boat, in a park, in a mall, by a lake, in homes, hotel, banquet hall, school, airport, train station, chapel, college campus, roses garden, at restaurant, etc. 

In essence, what we are trying to say is: “
IT’S YOUR WEDDING…YOUR WAY!”  Whichever way you want to get married within parameter of the law, we will accommodate your wishes!


Officiating Services   Our over 20 years of performing all types, wants and desired weddings, has made us very special.  And for that reason, we specialize in communicating each ceremony through a masterful weaving of both treasured and time-honored traditional ceremonies as well as contemporary weddings settings.  We welcome the challenge of finding the right words and the special touches to make your ceremony express the true meaning that is in your heart and that of your partner.

Bi-Lingual Wedding

Do you want to further impress your guests?  Then, have your wedding ceremony performed in both English and Spanish, if such is the venue (your guests are both Spanish and English speaking).  We have been successfully performing such bilingual weddings for over 20 years, and each one of the hundreds and hundreds of bilingual weddings performed, were all impressively and overwhelm received by the guest.

Planning & Coordination

  Wedding planing

Whether you require a Wedding Planner throughout the entire planning process, or if you simply need a Wedding Coordinator to orchestrate the day of details, we are here to make your wedding day stress-free, unique and memorable for you and your guests.

We offer a complimentary consultation to discuss your wedding plans.  We can work together to make this most memorable occasion, one that you and your partner will cherish for a lifetime.  You may write your own weddings vows or use our.  After all, t
he impact of your wedding vows is very emotional, not just for the two of you, but for your friends and family who will hear them on your special day!


Yes, we will travel the distance to accommodate you.  We are willing to travel anywhere within 250 miles from Tampa, Florida to perform your wedding ceremony.


Weddings Ceremonies Performed

v  Interfaith  

v  Remembrances

v  Vow Renewals

v  Spiritual

v  Bi-Lingual (Spanish-English)

v  Traditional & Contemporary

v  Civil

v  Non-denominational

v  Family Wedding Ceremony

v  Christian

Renewing Your Wedding Vows

Renewing Your Wedding Vows

Renewing your wedding vows can be a very emotional and meaningful period of time in life for you, your partner, children, friends and family. It is a time when a married couple takes time to pause and reflect on the years behind them, and is looking forward together to their future. I have found that after many weddings renewals, couples have related to me that their renewal of vows ceremony was better than their wedding.

Your Renewal Vows Ceremony can be as simple or grand as you want it to be. Once again, this is Your Wedding…Your Way! You can easily walk down the aisle to classical music or your favorite song.juez de bodas                  Notary Public You can also display your original wedding photo and maybe, buy new wedding bands for the occasion and have these specially engraved.

Usually, Vow Renewals are celebrated on a significant anniversary. We have conducted vow renewals for couples married as few as three years and as many as 31 years. SomOficial de bodas              wedding Officiale couples choose to renew their vows after a particularly difficult time in their marriage life, overcoming a serious illness or a time apart from each other.  

Moreover, many simple want to reaffirm the glanderous love that has matured and deepened with the passing of years together. 

Keep in mind that this type of ceremony is, more spiritual than official in nature.  But unlike a wedding, no legal paperwork is needed for you to renew your wedding bows, it nevertheless a Milestone in your life. This type of ceremony may be held in a chapel, banquet hall, on the beach, by a lake, in a garden, at a country club, or in the privacy of your home.

Below are some excellent ideas of how you can to make your Vow Renewal Ceremony special and unique:

Ø  You could recreate your original bouquet and/or wedding cake

Ø  You could include your children with a Unity Candle or Unity Sand Ceremony

Ø  Good idea would be to have your Best man and your Maid of honor there, as special guests

Ø  Have your children walk you down the aisle with you

Basic Notarial Duties

Following are descriptions of the most common notarial duties. While ALL states allow their notaries to perform oaths/affirmations and acknowledgments, whether or not a notary may perform any other duties varies by state, depending on each state’s unique notary laws. Notaries are expected to know and honor what their state laws allow them to do.


Some document transactions require that the signer make a formal declaration before a notary, thereby “acknowledging” execution (signing) of the document. Specifically, the signer verbally acknowledges that:

The signer understands the contents and purpose of the document;
The signature is his/her own
The document was signed willingly (no coercion)

Documents typically requiring an acknowledgment are contracts, deeds, agreements, powers of attorney, etc. These documents contain terms to which the signer is agreeing.

Documents requiring acknowledgment can be signed earlier than or at the time of notarization. Either way, the signature must clearly be an original one, stroked directly onto the paper with “wet” ink (ballpoint, roller ball, etc.).


Other document transactions require that the signer swear an oath or affirm Oficial de bodas            Wedding Officialto a notary, under penalty of perjury, that the contents of a document are true.

Oaths and affirmations differ, but have the same legal effect. When taking an oath, a person swears a pledge and invokes a Supreme Being (“I swear this is the truth, so help me God”). Persons who do not wish to invoke a Supreme Being in their pledge may make an affirmation (“I affirm this is the truth”). 


Sometimes a notary is asked to simply witness an individual’s signing of an instrument (document) that requires neither an acknowledgement nor an oath/affirmation. States that allow a notary to witness signatures will specify so in their notary statutes.

For signature witnessing, a document signer will personally appear before a notary and will present the document to be signed.


Some states allow their notaries to make or witness the making of a photocopy of an original document. The notary’s signed and sealed certificate, attached to the photocopy, attests to the genuineness of the photocopy.

The document to be copied must be an original document. It cannot be a copy itself.


In order to complete the notarial acts described above, notaries must first confirm that the following elements are present. If any of these elements are missing the notary cannot proceed:

The document signer must be PERSONALLY PRESENT before the notary.
An essential element of the notarial act is personal, face-to-face communication between the document signer and the notary.

The signer must be PERSONALLY KNOWN to the notary or must produce SATISFACTORY EVIDENCE OF IDENTIFICATION.
One of the notary’s main responsibilities is to determine, beyond all reasonable doubt, that the person who has come for a notarial act is the same person named in the document as the signer.

The notary must be presented with an ORIGINAL document.
An original document is one that is unsigned, or that was/is physically signed in “wet


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ink” by the document signer. For example, an unsigned document may be faxed and subsequently signed by the document signer.


The document presented for notarization must be COMPLETE.
The notary cannot perform a notarial act over a document that is missing pages, or that contains blanks that should be filled-in prior to the notarial act.

The DOCUMENT DATE must be the same day as the notarization or earlier, but NEVER later than the day of notarization.

Notarial acts are performed only on “living” documents—those whose date is the same as or earlier than the date of notarization. A notarial act cannot be performed on a post-dated document, because technically the document does not yet exist.

The document must display NOTARIAL LANGUAGE that clearly indicates the desired notarial act.
This is the notary’s primary means of determining the required notarial act. practicing

The notary must feel assured that THE SIGNER COMPREHENDS the underlying transaction and is PROCEEDING WILLINGLY.
Notaries provide an invaluable service by assessing a signer’s comprehension and willingness. It is not uncommon for signers to execute a document under duress or coercion.

The notary must/should complete a record book entry.
Many states require the notary to keep a record book of all notarial acts.

• The verbal ceremony must be performed.

Here's the essence of the notarization. In the case of a document requiring an acknowledgment, the verbal ceremony is the question that officially determines the client understands of the document and willingness to sign the document.

A completed notarial certificate is required.
This certificate is the notarial wording or language which records and describes the events of the process of performing the notarial act. The wording may be printed on the document following the signer's signature, or it may be on a separate attached form, known as a "loose notarial certificate

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An early history of the notary public profession.

In the early days of the Roman Republic there were people who drew important documents as their means of employment or business, as well as doing other writing for whoever might Notary Public              Notario Publicoemploy them.

Their number and importance increased with the growth of the wealth and power of the Roman Empire, under various titles such as scriba, cursor, tabularius, tabellio, exceptor, actuaries, and notarius, according to the time in which they lived and the duties which they performed. In the latter days of the Roman Empire, they had become somewhat subject to legal regulation.


Some of their acts had been accorded such a degree of authenticity as to be specially designated as public instruments themselves, and were required to be deposited in public archives.

These quasi officials, and the legalities concerning them, spread to some degree into the various provinces of Rome, including what is now known as France, Spain, and England.

Early notaries were well known functionaries in the territories of Charlemagne, who invested their acts with public authority and provided for their appointment by his deputies in every locality.

It was provided that each bishop, abbot, and count should have a notary. The early notaries acted as conveyancers in many cases.


In old England, even before the Norman conquest, it is shown by the fact that a grant of Notario Publico                          Notary Publiclands and manors was made by King Edward the Confessor, to the Abbot of Westminster by a charter written and attested to by a notary public.

In England, notaries have always considered themselves authorized to administer oaths. This power is now allowed to them by statute. Notaries may protest foreign bills of exchange.


They may offer their certificate of the presentment, demand, and dishonor of such bills. Their protest thereof on account of such dishonor, is itself proof of these matters.

The law in the United States is similar, and is often so declared by the statutes of the various states and other jurisdictions. Protests are an antiquated notary act that was common in earlier times.

Now, in the United States, notaries are commonly used for oaths, affidavits, real estate documents, and much more.

Each state has a completely different procedure for becoming a notary, and notary laws differ across state lines, although the basic notary laws are generally along similar lines.




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El Notario en Florida y la Profesión de Leyes

El notario público en Florida certifica que escrituras de propiedad, declaraciones juradas, deposiciones y otros documentos legales son auténticos.

Notarios públicos en Florida pueden administrar juramentos, hacer certificados de los mismos y realizar matrimonios.