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Experience you can trust !

Available seven days a week | twenty-four hours a day

We available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week

We can travel to your home, business or agreed upon location

Last minute bookings and same day service requests

Experience you can trust !

Welcome and thank you for visiting us. Our professional and knowledgeable notary signing agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to notarize your documents at a convenient time that fits your schedule. We can travel to your home, business or agreed upon location. We will efficiently handle all of your notary needs in a quick and thorough manner, whether it’s one document or a full loan signing. You can call us or simply click the contact us tab for more information. Last minute bookings and same day service requests are welcome.

Our Services

Power of Attorney

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Living Trusts

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Citizenship

Our services at each loan signing:

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Meet with the borrowers are a convenient location of their choice

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Identify and define all loan documents in the package

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Obtain all signatures, initials and completion of documents

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Notarize documents as required

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Print document package on laser printer (letter and legal size)

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Pick up and delivery of loan docs in a timely and secure manner

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  • Experience & Expertise 100%
  • Convenient 100%
  • Ease ordering of our services 100%

Why Customers Should Choose Us

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Convenient – We come to your location

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Impartiality – The possibility of conflict of interest is essentially eliminated.

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Ease ordering of our services – Just use our contact us or call us

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Quality, professionalism, and ethics dictate what we do !

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Experience & expertise – Our broad area of expertise allowed us to offer the highest possible customers standards to you and your company/clients

Proof of Identity

State law requires that signers of documents prove their identities by using one of the following forms of id:

  • A current driver’s license issued by the state or another state
  • A current id card issued by the state or another state
  • An employee id card issued by an agency or office of the state or by any city, county
  • A passport issued by the U.S.
  • A passport issued by a foreign government stamped by the U.S Citizenship & Immigration (USCIS)
  • A Canadian or Mexican public agency authorized to issue driver’s licenses
  • An inmate id card from Dept. Of Corrections (for inmates in custody only
  • Green cards are only acceptable to notarize the JURATS of USCIS forms

Privacy Policy

We have always been committed to maintaining the accuracy, confidentiality, and security of your personal and corporate information. We have established privacy principles to govern our use of customer information.

We do not sell, share or distribute customer information to any third party organization.

 

Accountability

We are responsible for maintaining and protecting customer information under its control.

Consent

The knowledge and consent of the customer are required for the collection, use or disclosure of customer information except where required or permitted by law.

Limiting collection

The customer information collected must be limited to those details necessary for the purposes identified by the notary. Information must be collected by fair and lawful means.

F.A.Q.s

What is a Jurat?

A Jurat is a certificate completed by the notary according to Government Code Section 8202, wherein: (a). The signer personally appeared before the notary on the date and in the county indicated, (b). The signer signed the document in front of the notary, (c). The notary administered the oath or affirmation, (d). The notary signed and affixed his/her seal on the Jurat, and(e). The notary properly identified the signer. The wording of the jurat must read (effective January 1, 2015):

What is “Satisfactory Evidence?”

Satisfactory Evidence means the verification of a persons ID according to (a). Paper documents according to Civil Code Section 1185(b)(3)&(4), or (b). The oath of a single credible witness (Civil Code section 1185(b)(1)), or (c). The oath of two credible witnesses (Civil Code 1185(b)(2)), and the absence of any information evidence or circumstances which would lead a reasonable human being to believe or suspect that the individual is not the individual he or she claims to be.

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What is an Acknowledgment?

An Acknowledgment is a certificate completed by the notary according to Civil Code section 1189, wherein: (a). The signer personally appeared before the notary on the date and in the county indicated and acknowledged executing the document being Acknowledged, (b). The notary signed and affixed his/her seal on the Acknowledgment, and (e). The notary properly identified the signer. The wording of the Acknowledgment must read (effective January 1, 2015):

“I’d like to give a big thank you to my very wonderful and equally professional friends for their incredible notary services!”

Danielle

” I contacted them, as I needed some documents notarized right away, and they met with me at my convenience and took care of my needs… Quick response, and very curious… Thank you for your help!”

Kate

About Us

We have professional and reliable agents ready to notarize your documents when and where you want. We have closed many successful loans and notarized a wide variety of documents in a secure, timely and organized manner. Our qualified agenets will handle all of your notary needs in a quick and thorough manner and will travel to your home, business or agreed upon location. Last minute bookings and same day service requests are welcome !

 

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RESOURCES

  • California Secretary of State

http://www.sos.ca.gov/

  • The National Notary Association

http://www.nationalnotary.org/index.cfm

  • Dun & Bradstreet, Inc.

http://www.dnb.com/us/

  • Los Angeles Registrar-Recorder / County Clerk

http://regrec.co.la.ca.us/

  • California Department of Real Estate

http://www.dre.ca.gov/

  • Internal Revenue Service

http://www.irs.gov/

  • California Franchise Tax Board

http://www.ftb.ca.gov/

  • Los Angeles County Office of the Tax Assessor

http://assessor.lacounty.gov/extranet/default.aspx

  • State Board of Equalization

http://www.boe.ca.gov/

  • Los Angeles County Treasurer and Tax Collector

http://ttc.lacounty.gov/

  • Solutions 4 U Income Tax & Financial Services

http://taxsolutions4u.net

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