E-Recording made simple
Did you know we E-Record?
Yes we do. As part of our goal to serve you more efficiently, we provide E-Recording services for recording your quitclaim deeds. .
Why Use E-Recording Services?
There are many reasons why you may want to E-Record your quitclaim deed or other recordable instrument. Here are a few common reasons:
You're closing is in the next 24 hours and a recordable instrument needs to be recorded before closing
You want your quitclaim deed to be recorded immediately
A widow or widower needs to record an Affidavit of Continuous Marriage and a death certificate prior to sale
You don't want to wait the 10-14 days it takes to record if done through mail
CONTACT US FOR E-RECORDING YOUR DOCUMENTS 386.898.5015
How Is E-RECORDING Pricing Determined?
As a Florida Notary Public and Legal Document Preparer, I am allowed to use real estate forms for document preparation such as Quitclaim Deeds. It is not uncommon that a Quitclaim Deed is utilized during a divorce settlement. Therefore, I feel offering the added bonus of E-Recording provides clients with a more efficient and value-added service.
As a non-lawyer, I may use an E-Recording service to handle your E-Recording of the following:
Quitclaim Deed $135
Death Certificate $20
Affidavit of Continuous Marriage $150
Warranty Deed $150
Power of Attorney $150
Other Recordable Instruments upon request
Pricing for Quitclaim Deed, Affidavit of Continuous Marriage, Warranty Deed or Power of Attorney includes preparation of the Quitclaim Deed, Affidavit of Continuous Marriage, Warranty Deed or Power of Attorney form, notarization, and E-Recording fees.
Attorneys and Title Offices
Let's work together. Susan M Signer Services is available to prepare real estate documents at your request, attend closings as a notary signing agent, and E-Record documents if needed. Call me at 386.898.5015 or fill out the contact page.
Attorneys, Realtors, Title Offices, and Non-Attorneys
Let's work together to make legal document preparation and real estate transactions affordable for every consumer.
One of the ways we can make our team effort more affordable is to consolidate our efforts into one package. Let a legal document preparer handle the document preparation and E-Recording, the attorney handle the legal advice, and the real estate agent focus on sales and taking care of the customer.
Call today to make a change for the better by providing a team effort that together we can make the change for the better possible.
A legal document preparer, Bankruptcy Petition Preparer, virtual paralegal or in-house paralegal is not a lawyer and cannot offer or provide legal advice. Susan M Signer Services is prohibited from representing you in court. In paying for our legal document preparer services, Bankruptcy Petition Preparer services, virtual paralegal services, in-house paralegal services or notary public services, you are acknowledging that you have read and agree to the Disclaimer and Disclosure on our site. Legal document preparation time may vary depending on the package chosen. In general, a legal document preparer or virtual paralegal will have your documents ready within 1-3 business days from the day you provide us with your information. A Bankruptcy Petition Preparer will usually have your Petition and Schedules within 24 hours contingent upon the complexity of your Bankruptcy case. If Notary Public services are required, the notary public fees are included in the document preparation charge. Traditionally, you will receive your typed package by email. Notary Public services are provided for clients who come to our office. Upon request, we will make other arrangements for delivery of your documents prepared by a legal document preparer, virtual paralegal, in-house paralegal or Bankruptcy Petition Preparer, whichever is applicable. The fee for a notary public wedding officiant, who only officiates the wedding, is limited by statute and the wedding officiant is to charge no more than $30. Costs incurred by a wedding officiant or services provided by a wedding officiant are separate from the statutory rate.
Susan M. Signer, Daytona Beach, FL