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Notarization of important documents such as Powers of Attorney, loan documents and submission release forms. Any document that would typically require a notarization.
No. However, generally speaking, the wording on the document indicates which type of notarization that is required. The two most common forms are an acknowledgment or a jurat. When in doubt, you should contact the person requesting the notarization or the receiving agency.
The following forms are provided as a convenience and without warranty or representation. Please consult with an attorney if you're not sure if they will be appropriate in your particular situation.
|Acknowledgment - California (fillable)|
|Advance Health Care Directive|
|Copy Certification - California|
|Jurat - California (fillable)|
|Power of Attorney|
|Travel Authorization Letter (Domestic)|
|Travel Authorization Letter (Foreign)|
Yes, now you can pay for notary services electronically. Click on the services button for more information.
No, only an attorney is allowed to give legal advice.
It depends. A document with jurat wording (typically an affidavit) MUST be signed in front of the notary. Documents with acknowledgment wording require only that the signer acknowledge signing the document. If in doubt, wait until the notary arrives before signing.
Typically, a current government ID or one issued within the last five years is acceptable. All IDs must include a physical description, photo, serial number and signature.
No. They do not meet the above requirement.
Only if it bears an original signature after it has been faxed. Under no circumstances can a faxed or photocopied signature be notarized.
Not necessarily. However, the name on the document can be no more than the name on the ID. For example, if the name on the ID is "John Martin Smith," the document can bear the names "John Smith," "John M. Smith," "J.M. Smith," but not "John Martin Taylor Smith" or "M. T. Smith."
Notaries are not allowed to do that in California. If acceptable to the receiving agency, we can do a "Copy Certification by the Document Custodian." In other words, the person holding the document certifies the document under oath.
Certainlly, that's what I do.
I can notarize documents throughout the state of California. However, I mainly service Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, Ventura and San Bernardino counties.
My fees are very low compared to what other traveling notaries charge. Rates are based on distance.
Because I travel thoughout the Los Angeles area, generally that is not practical. However, depending on my schedule, it sometimes can be arranged. PLEASE CALL.
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