Notaries are not attorneys We will not give you legal advice, and we will not prepare
or complete documents.
Available 24 Hours A Day 7 Days A Week
We offer mobile services too!
We can come to your home, work, hospital, county jail or other location of your choice.
The person whose signature is to be notarized must have an acceptable form of ID:
An identification card or driver’s license issued by the California DMV
A United States passport
A photo identification card issued by another state, which includes a physical description
of the person, signature of the person, and an identifying number.
A driver’s license issued by another state or by a Canadian or Mexican public agency
authorized to issue drivers’ licenses.
A passport issued by a foreign government, provided that it has been stamped by the
U.S. Immigration or Naturalization Service or the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration
A military identification card.
All ID'S provided MUST be CURRENT or have been ISSUED within the last five years.
If no such ID is available and cannot be reasonably obtained, the signer may have
two credible witnesses present who know you and can attest to who you are. Each
of those two credible witnesses must have acceptable ID.
Before your appointment
A special note for those needing notary services for persons who need to be seen
in a hospital or other facility, elderly, on medication, showing signs of Dementia
or other diminished mental capacity. All too often, these persons are preyed upon
by the people they least expect — relatives and immediate family members. We will
use screening procedures for these signers for willingness and awareness, and keep
a watchful eye for other telltale warning signs. Before a signature is notarized,
the signer must be able to answer a few questions to help us determine if they are
aware of their surroundings and of the document they are about to sign. If this
cannot be established, the notarization will not be performed and you must still
pay for the travel/mobile fee.
What to have ready:
Have acceptable ID ready (read below in next section)
If you are bringing a form to be notarized, do NOT sign the form in advance—for most
notarizations you need to sign in front of the Notary. However, the rest of the
form should be completely filled out. If you arrive with an incomplete form, the
Notary may not have the time to wait while you fill it out; you'll have to make another
appointment or pay a “wait” fee.
Payment is due at the time of service. Most of our notaries accept cash or check.
Please ask when scheduling your appointment.