Real Estate Documents – Quitclaim Deed, Grant Deed, Deed of Trust, Loan Documents
Foreign birth certificate translations, apostille and notarizations
Legal, Financial, Insurance & Medical Documents
Document Courier Service
Powers of Attorney
Certified Spanish / English Translations
Minor authorizations to travel outside the country
Any other documents as allowed
Why do documents need to be notarized?
We as a notary public acts as an impartial third-party witness not only to the signature of a document, but also to all the parties who are signing a document willingly and under their own free will.
What type of identification do you need to Notarize a document:
You need a valid, government issued photo ID with you when you visit our office for notary services. You might require some witnesses for some documents for the notarization. In most cases, the notary cannot act as a witness.
Our service is designed to provide notaries public & mobile notary signing in an easier and faster way to our clients. We value all of our clients and our goal is to assist them with a premium professional service. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at 323-597-1595
Member of the National Notary Association
$70.00 Distance: From 0 - 20 Miles
$150.00 Distance: From 21 - 40 Miles
$250.00 Distance: From 41 - 100 Miles
In office and on wheels Notary Fees:
$ 15.00 per Signature per Document (Multiple signature discounts available),
$ 70.00 & Up – Mobile/Convenience Fee* (Determined by location and time)
*Fee is still due & payable if signing does not occur for any reason when Notary
arrives, or if appointment is cancelled 30 minutes or less prior to scheduled time.
“Waiting time” (After 20 minutes of scheduled appointment – $15.00) (plus $15 each addit’l 15 minutes)
“After hours” signing (06 pm – 8 am) – $30.00 – $50.00 service fee + Mobile Fees
“Short notice / last minute” signing – TBD
County Jails – $75.00 minimum + Mobile Fee
Returned check fee – $35 charge for NSF checks