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What is a Mobile Notary Public?

A notary public is a ministerial officer, commissioned by the Secretary of State of California to witness

the signer(s) signing of important documents. A notary acts can be performed by walk-in at the

notary office, or if requested by the signer to travel to home/office with additional travel fee. 

 

Why do some documents require notarizations?

Documents need to be notarized to deter fraud or any improper signings. The Notary witnesses that

the signer(s) of the documents are who they say they are and have signed his/her/their documents

knowingly and willingly. 

 

Does notarization of a document mean that it is true and legal?

No, a public notary is not responsible for the legality of the documents being notarized. The notary only

acknowleges/certifies the signer's identity. The notary is not responsible for the contents of the

documents. A notary public is not a lawyer and do not give legal advices!

 

What type of Identification is Required?

Each signer must present to the Notary a valid photo ID such as a Driver's License, ID Card, or

Passport.

 

What types of payment are accepted?

We accept cash or company checks. All fees will be negotiated upfront and payable at time of signing.

We do not invoice or biling for servicing fees.

 

Do you give discounts?

Yes, group discounts are available, please call us for details.

 

Do the documents need to be completed?

Yes, all documents must be completed by the signers prior to notarization. Please Contact us for more

information!