Inmate Notary Services
Federal Correctional Complex, Coleman Florida
Inmates in federal and state penitentiaries often require the services of a Notary. Notaries at MSI routinely perform Notary services at the Federal Correctional Complex in Coleman, Florida, to include performing marriages in the institution. Inmates who require notary services should contact their counselor in the facility. For more information on this service, click here.
Notary Service Fees
Inmates should NOT sign or date the document to be notarized until done so in the presence of the Notary.
The fee for notarial service is deducted from the inmate’s account after the inmate submits the required paperwork to the facility. The fee schedule is shown below.
Payment for the notarial service is mailed directly to the Notary Public by the United States Department of the Treasury. The Notary does not accept payments mailed directly to the Notary from the inmate’s family or friends.
When the Notary receives $75 or more in total payments, the Notary will schedule an appointment with the inmate’s facility, which is normally on Wednesdays.
If the Notary arrives at the facility as scheduled and the inmate is unable to see the Notary for any reason, the fee is forfeited and will not be refunded.